Biden because I believe in the soul of this nation, and he's a step to actual progressive change. Kamala Harris is someone that I think is a progressive capitalist, and she's charismatic, so I'm comfortable with having her with powers.
I am choosing the douche (Trump), over the turd (Biden).
Turd is just a puppet. Once elected, Turd will be found unfit to govern due to senility or other mental health-related issues. He will be promptly replaced by Kamala. At least Douche tried to help out our country, despite facing ABSOLUTE OVERWHELMING OPPOSITION against everything he says, does, thinks, and gets near the though of. The new world order of Turd will undo all the positive changes that Douche has made.
-A greatly improved economy, at least until covid ruined everything. -A huge reduction in unemployment, until again... covid. -Improved restrictions on immigration, and against benefits given to illegal immigrants. -An actual attempt at standing up to China, and it's trade practices.
I recently saw a pro-Biden sign in a local front yard: "Stealing our sign only proves we're backing the right candidate." For a bit of context, my area is overwhelmingly pro-Trump. The guy could drown a thousand puppies on live TV and he'd still win this state's votes by a huge margin.
If I was American I'd prob vote green. I don't think it's wrong of people to vote for Biden even if just as strategic voting, but I personally don't feel comfortable not voting for a party I at least trust a little bit.
That's a nice sentiment but it's not how it works. In America, the first-past-the-post style of voting ensures that a no more than 2 parties are competitive and 3rd parties are nothing but spoilers. Until we have ranked-choice voting, a vote for a 3rd party is a vote for whoever you don't want.
oh yeah, I forget how broken American politics are sometimes D: but I kinda disagree with the idea that 3rd party vote or abstaining is "voting for who you don't want", voting for Jill Stein is as much a vote for Biden as it is a vote for Trump, as in, it isn't. Voting for a good thing that won't happen is not the same as voting for the bad thing that will, and one can only blame Trump voters for Trump votes.
But it's true that Americans are particularly screwed with their options... or lack thereof ):
I despise Jill Stein voters, precisely because they voted for Trump. Every one of them that I interacted with regurgitated lies created by the GOP about Hillary Clinton to derail the first attempt to create a national health care plan; real batshit crazy stuff too.
Well, Kamala Harris has a case of being arguably a progressive. I'd peg her as a progressive capitalist based on her Senate voting records, and support of decriminalization of drugs as well as Green New Deal. A lot of progressive society in Europe are capitalists. To me, voting for Biden given his age just means a chance to have an actual progressive in power as opposed to regressive and dark age supporters.
So I had research this, well, because that's what I am. And it is true, she idealized a man who committed an horrific crime. It makes me think that objectivism was her attempt to deny responsibility for her own conduct that led to others feeling pain.