Apparently someone I don't know and never met had lost faith in me. What did they have faith in me for? What is the motivation? I have faith in Michael Badnarik to be a man of principle and to do the right thing based on what I've seen. What are you hoping for?
People apparently want perfection. Well, I'm human, and will never be perfect. Yes I remember Ross Perot, but he was allowed into the debate because the Bush campaign WANTED him in the debate. (Read More About Perot Here) Second, the reason I treat anonimity with no respect is because they deserve it when the only reason they are posting is to tear down as much as they can. I have no regrets about that. Wanting to know who you are talking to is not hypocritical. Neither is it flip-floping. I've always been that way. Diedrich: I'm sorry you expect people to be perfect, because you are going to have a rough time in life if you can only believe in pefection.
Oh, once more about the debates: read up about WHY they can't get into the debates at www.opendebate.com. You'll see that it was very fluky that Perot got in.
In closing, once again I feel hurt, because I've been attacked. But it's not the first time, and I know it will not be the last. I know I'm not the smartest person, being at college reinforces that over and over again. But I never said anything here was cut in stone, gospel truth. I'm a learning, growing, 18-year-old human being, who is trying to make personal sense of this world. Obviously I want every one to like me, but that's immpossible. If I pandered and tried to get everyone to agree with me, I'd be, as you say Deidrich, a hypocrite, acting just like the two candidates I dissagree with.
"The world will not evolve past its current state of crisis by using the same thinking that created the situation."