The Guardian, “To vote, or not to vote? For many the answer is simply: why bother?”

Jones, an advocate for nonviolent protest and board member of an educational non-profit, said: “Being a difference maker is more than punching a ballot every two or four years.”

He said it would take an exceptional candidate – one who would eliminate the federal reserve, end direct taxation and shrink the military – to suit his philosophy of “nonviolent anarchism”.

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