Presidential Election 2008 round table debate Question 3
I'm from the Netherlands originally. And in Holland, voting for your party AND the one who you would want to see as Prime Minister is so much more straightforward. One voter, one vote. Nothing convaluted like here in the US. Not to mention the waste of millions of dollars on campaigns that won't even be successful. Never mind the skewed media attention when a candidate has a lot of money and can buy all the air time he/she wants.
Here is my question:
On C-span, a devout Ron Paul supporter said that even if Ron Paul would not win the Republican nomination, that he'd still vote for him come election time. Would you still vote for your candidate of choice even if he/she was not nominated? If so, why?
(I'm still leading up to another questioning direction but I think I'll have to save it after Super Tuesday)