The problem with that argument is that one of the biggest reasons why the American people are all too often compelled to choose between the lesser of two evils is precisely because so many Americans either don't vote at all or don't bother to pay attention to what's happening in the world and cast uninformed votes as a result. The smaller the number of people who make an effort to vote, the more likely it is that the candidates will be chosen and the election decided mostly by the True Believers (the extremists, the radicals, and the zealots who have passion and conviction by the truckload but often not a lot of sense) and the special interests -- and the more likely it is that a significant number of voters will become so turned off that they no longer bother to vote, which only turns the problem into a circular and self-sustaining one.
The argument in favor of voting independent is also somewhat circular. In order for a third party to pose a significant threat to the Democrat-and-Republican stranglehold, you need to gather a critical mass of voters who are willing to vote Independent. -- yet at the same time, gathering that critical mass of voters depends to a large extent on your ability to convince them that the third party can pose a significant threat. And this is before we even begin to consider the issue of the pervasive political machine (lobbying groups, special interests, etc.) and its impact on campaign finance. Independents are Independents because they don't embrace the status quo...and the Powers That Be don't like them for that reason. Also, sadly, a significant percentage of Americans are so deficient in critical thinking skills that they simply can't see past the two-party system.
He is going to be even more unpopular in Michigan soon. He has opened up his Traverse City apartment to Syrian refugees.
When someone proudly plays Wagner's "Ride of the Valkyrie" as his intro song at a rally (as Trump did at his last San Jose, CA hatefest), I'm thinking that he's a gateway drug to something even worse than the KKK.
She clearly rehearsed that. First the solemn look, the salute, her eyes looking upward, and then she morphs that into a wave and gives everyone a big grin, knowing they would be in on the joke.
I imagine Ingraham thought she would pick up some more right-wing listeners for her radio audience with that move, but it was pretty weak sauce.
If you haven't seen Stagefright Aquarius (a.k.a Deliria, a.k.a. Bloody Bird... it has like half a dozen alternate titles) by Soavi, you need to do so at once. It's a totally deranged serial killer/dance troupe drama Mashup with the killer wearing an amazing owl mask. His first appearance is legendary.
EDIT: https://youtu.be/l0upI7QPXmw?t... is the first time we see the guy in the owl mask. You have to see how he enters the scene.