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Michael Strickland

The False Equivalence, as I've started thinking of it, has been a remarkably handy way to unfriend quite a few acquaintances. If they really think there's no difference between Voldemort (he shall not be named) and Clinton, then there's no reason for me to take their thinking on any subject seriously at all. Though I have acquaintances on all points of the political spectrum, it's mostly been my left-wing acquaintances who have been the seriously sad disappointments. I can't believe how obtuse they are about the obvious threat to the world that Voldemort represents. In contrast, I have a libertarian, right-wing golfing buddy who's been sounding the Alarm Against Tyranny all year in every possible forum, while advocating a reluctant vote for Clinton II.

Marc McKenzie

I believe I know who this person is--and yes, I've been disgusted by their anti-Hillary nonsense that seems to be a daily thing on their site. It really does--more or less--boil down to this person not accepting that Sanders lost fair and square and embracing an anti-Hillary mindset that rejects any facts that prove that Clinton is actually the most qualified candidate we've had running for President in a long time.

The fact that this person has rushed off to defend Jill Stein and Gary Johnson is also enough to make me gag.

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