Andrey (azangru) wrote,

The conversation is still about a person. Not about the set of policies that a person represents (such as, say, taxes or immigration or law&order or climate change dismissal). Not about the repulsion to the alternative (BLM, Antifa, reparations). No, it's the grotesqueness of the candidate.

On the other hand, would I ever be able to vote for Zhirinovsky, even if I knew what policies he stands for, and if I happened to like them? Doubtful.

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