"Once again we citizens of America confront the farce of another make believe election. Tweedledum, tweedledee and tweedledoo - the bad, the worse, the ridiculous. Once again we are supposed to try to figure out which is the lesser evil. In truth there is no choice, all of the major candidates are financed by corporate money, all of them support and promote the industrial expansion and commercial greed which is gradually destroying this country. Politics has become a game for millionaires or the cronies of millionaires; no wonder that our quisling officials work for the interest of the rich and powerful. As Will Rogers once said, 'We have the best politicians that money can buy.'
To vote in such a rigged scheme amounts to tacit consent. If it were not for the presence on the ballot of some propositions deserving our support (placed there by the citizens, of course, not by our cowardly politicians), one would be tempted to ignore the whole sick comedy. But there is one more rule worth considering: when in doubt, when there is little choice, always vote against the incumbent. Keep the rascals rotating. The one thing worse than a hack politician is a hack politician entrenched in power. Power corrupts, and the longer in power, the more corrupt they become."