Millions and millions of Americans will vote today to pick a new President.
But there's one American who won't be voting -- economist Gordon Tullock.
Go here to find out why.
H/T Cafe Hayek
Tuesday, November 04, 2008
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The same philosophy could be used for those who gave with small donations. They all add up (just like votes). Which is why Tullock's argument is flawed that it doesn't matter:
Obama raised $36 million in the first half of October
"A 3 million donor base whose average donation size is $86."
I guess every vote and donations counts after all. Elections matter.
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