by Dr. Ed Berry
Roger Koopman weighed in on my article “Chuck Baldwin is wrong about Ryan Zinke” but he provided no rebuttal. His whole argument consists of stating his opinion. He speaks for many Libertarian voters in Montana.
Koopman cannot dispute the True Voting Principle that contradicts his immoral, illogical, and suicidal voting position.
The True Voting Principle (tm) has unanimous support of at least six major Christian religions and it serves as the fundamental moral guide for our voting decisions:
- True Voting Principle: “Our moral duty is to vote to achieve the most possible good, which eliminates voting for candidates who cannot win.”
- True Voting Principle Example: “It is legitimate to vote for a more restrictive law regarding abortion over a less restrictive law. This action does not represent support of an unjust law. Rather it is a legitimate and proper attempt to limit evil aspects and to prevent worse legislation from being adopted.”
The True Voting Principle has nothing to do with political parties. It lets us decide which candidate represents the greater good. It only tells us to vote for the greater good for ourselves, our state, and our nation according to our own conscience. [Continue reading] (119)