Desire, volition, and choice (voting) is a place where dialectic opposition
breaks down, IMHO. (It seems ironic, but dialectioners must have predicted
there'd be at least one breakdown)
With primary voting, it seems, there are no clear oppositions materialized in
candidate form. There are shades of gray and multiple choices, depending on
your political orientation, of course. With one candidate you might get some
things you want, and not others. Another candidate offers different choices.
Bugs Bunny, no matter how ideal a candidate (pun intended), is a poor choice,
because it reaps nothing in my best interest.
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