I've been debating, with myself, about what to do voting wise.
Not vote - I can claim no responsibility for participating in the elections of people who will only make our lives worse
Vote for Romney - Obama is truly an awful president, so let's vote for the other guy
Vote for Obama - why settle for the lesser of two evils? America is on a decline, let's bring about the end sooner
Vote for Gary Johnson - he's the best candidate to run for president (with a party's nomination) since I've been voting
But it turns out that there are great big deer where I deer hunt, and I'd rather miss voting and hunt for a few more hours (my hunting location and voting location are 2 hours apart), then vote and miss deer hunting for any amount of time.
Count me among the non-voters.
sitting in the cold > voting
More Gridlock Please.
Update: That's what I planned on doing. But after hunting Monday night I hit a buck...with a truck. Due to my incapacitated truck, I'll miss some hunting and give Gary Johnson one more vote. And that's despite this, which I considered.
On the other hand, since I (as a voluntaryist) don't accept the legitimacy of (nor even the need for) government to begin with, I have every right to complain about this inefficient, corrupt monopoly forcing itself on my personal being when I don't even want the services that it provides.
Alright, I'm convinced not to vote.