John C. Wright vs. the Kook

There are sound reasons not to vote for Romney. John C. Wright gets mail from a reader who manages to not articulate a single one of them. Meanwhile, John–like Dale Price–articulates an honorable pro-Romney position I respect but don’t share. As co-founder of the Wright/Shea Mutual Admiration Society, one of the pleasures of our ale-drinking and beefeating carouses is the pleasure of disagreeing.

Also, if you think of it, please say a prayer for John as he struggles with his latest publishing venture. He’s a fine man and a fine writer (as the link will abundantly demonstrate) and he’s been awfully good to me.

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  • Janet O’Connor

    I got a chance to vote absentee this year and I wrote in Ron Paul’s name for President and Pat Buchanan for VP even though I know it won’t make a difference. There are things we don know how Romney feels about euthanasia or human cloning for instance. He claims hes for Natural Marriage but he supported same sex civil unions as Governor. As for abortion although he claims he is against it(except for rape and incest) he also favors Plan B which causes abortions. I am sorry but I can’t bring myself to support him because of his past record. I am also tired of hearing about the lesser of two evils and voting for anybody but Romney helps Obama. This is a matter of conviction.

  • Obpoet

    Or it could be a matter of logic, in which case 90% of the people commenting about how they are voting are applying none.