Originally Posted by captain planet
...and I might add the man had an approval rating of over 70% during his term. If you look at what he did and how ran the state, there is a reason the status-quo will do anything they can to marginalize him, because he couldn't be bought by lobbyists. He surprised the heck out of the other two parties and they don't want that to happen again.
It is far past time we get serious about voting for third party candidates, or as Ron Paul puts it, a second party since the other two are the same except for social issues. I've been doing it for the past several elections and refuse to vote for rebloodlicans or democrips until I stop hearing about "civil-forfeiture".
Everything would have been great had Jesse not lost all his sanity and hair to steroid abuse. He managed to bring an incredible number of new voters to the polls that, for the most part, haven't voted again.