Group Politics | When it comes to general issues, I believe that The Political Cesspool Radio Program offers a near perfect reflection of the point of view of our listening audience.
When it comes time to vote in the presidential election, however, TPC’s audience seems to be evenly split into three camps:
- Vote for the candidate that most closely matches your sentiments. This will almost certainly be a Third Party candidate.
- Vote for Romney. In the end, it’s either going to be the GOP or Democratic nominee that gets elected. We should vote for the better of a horrible lot.
- Vote for Obama. The Republicans deserve to be scorned for abandoning their base. By voting for the worst candidate, we might hasten the day that America becomes so bad that a European American awakening is inevitable.
Frankly, I can find merit in each of those philosophies. As such, I cannot find fault in a member of my audience doing what they feel as though is best for them and their family, even if it’s not the direction that I personally will take.
For me, I’ve always voted for the best candidate, regardless of “electability.” I became of voting age in 1998. Since then I have voted for three presidential candidates: Pat Buchanan (Reform), Michael Peroutka (Constitution), and Chuck Baldwin (Constitution).
On Tuesday I will go to the poll and proudly cast my ballot for Merlin Miller (American Third Position).
I don’t even think I should waste time by going into why Obama is not the candidate for me.
The reasons why I cannot vote for Romney are equally clear.
I am voting for Miller because he has explicitly campaigned on a platform that most closely mirrors my beliefs. Regardless of what state I lived in I would still vote my conscience, but will admit that living in Tennessee makes my decision even easier.
Romney will carry Tennessee by 20 points, which gives those who may be conflicted an easy out. You can vote for the best available candidate on the ballot (Merlin) and not worry about it. The outcome in Tennessee is certain.
Merlin Miller and his running mate, Virginia Abernethy – both regularly featured guests on TPC – will be officially listed on the ballot here in the Volunteer State. They will also be officially listed in New Jersey and Colorado. I encourage TPC fans in each of these states to vote for them.
Miller and Abernethy have also qualified for write-in status in the following states: DE, FL, MD, NH, NY, OR, RI, UT, VT, WA, WV, WY.
If you live in a state in which you cannot vote for, or write-in, the Miller/Abernethy ticket, I would strongly urge you to vote for Virgil Goode of the Constitution Party.
That’s just the way I see it.
I know many good people who listen to my talk radio program will feel led to side with camps #2 or #3 in the list above. No hard feelings at all. Even Pat Buchanan, the godfather of this radio show, is endorsing Romney. We should all take the path that we believe offers the best course of action.
Many people have emailed me asking who I am endorsing for president. This post serves as the answer to that question.
American Free Press endorses Merlin Miller
For me, however, one third-party candidate shines above all the rest in this election. That candidate is Merlin Miller of the American Third Position Party. Merlin is unabashedly pro-white and pro-middle-class America. He is an America-first nationalist who is against wars that only serve the interests of foreign powers and multinational corporations. And when it comes to the economy, Miller supports American manufacturing and is for “fair trade” over “free trade.” He is, according to my colleagues at American Free Press, the only candidate who scored a 100 percent positive score when they reviewed the stands on the issues of all the candidates while assembling our 2012 candidate report.
The Nationalist Times endorses Merlin Miller
This is the easiest endorsement for president The Nationalist Times has made in its 27 year history. Merlin Miller is a good and decent man who believes in and stands for all the right things. He’s a breath of fresh air in a country slowly but surely strangling from its bizarre toxic mix of corruption, delusions and lies.
The “lesser of two evils” nonsense must be decisively rejected if America is to live. In the last decade, the government of the Disunited Cultural Marxist States of America has grown like a giant tumor, and now threatens not only the “homeland” but the entire world with annihilation.
Merlin Miller is on the ballot in Colorado, New Jersey and Tennessee. Some may pooh-pooh being on in only three states, but only because they are unaware of how very difficult it is for non-Republicrat political parties to get on the ballot, especially for a small new party like American Third Position. The bottom line is that Miller is the first patriotic, pro-White presidential candidate to be on the ballot anywhere since the 1992 election, when the Populist Party and Bo Gritz were on in 16 states. It’s a start, a good start, and one that can and will be built upon.
If you don’t live in Colorado, New Jersey or Tennessee, write in the name of Merlin Miller for President and Virginia Abernethy for Vice President on Election Day. Don’t vote for the “lesser of two evils” — do something positive and vote for a ticket and party that every red-blooded American can be proud of.