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I was recently having a conversation with a friend who was getting on my case because I don't vote in political elections. She likes Ron Paul but ultimately decided to vote for Obama because she knew Ron Paul couldn't win. Her argument was effectively the well-known 'lesser of two evils.' So I asked her, if someone asks you to choose the right answer between the options 2+2=5 and 2+2=7, which one do you choose? She said she'd choose 2+2=5 because it's closer, while I said I'd choose neither because they are both wrong.


Original posting by Braincrave Second Life staff on Dec 1, 2009 at http://www.braincrave.com/viewblog.php?id=42

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