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    Wow, in that video Stein put into words a lot of my thoughts and feelings.
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    I have no idea about her type. Maybe a shallow delta nf 'vibe.' It's hard to find quotes I think could be representative of her personality since she's campaigning.

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    I get some Alpha vibes from her, but I haven't spent much time studying her, and definitely haven't with socionics in mind. R, who is SEI, will probably vote for her. I could see an intelligent ESE as a possibility for her. I think she has a similar idealism. There are parts of her that make me cringe, and it seems to do with similar issues i have with past ESE friends. But i'd need to know more as I'm not sure those similarities would be socionics related.
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    I have a hard time getting a read on her.

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    I think some sort of Fi using type. I'm voting for her regardless, she's the only candidate I can come close to supporting.

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    LSI 1w2 ... lots of corrections, idealism, and static 'IS' constructions in her speech



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    What makes people run as a third-party candidate? Idealism? It's like some perversely advanced form of slacktivism: do an immense amount of work for guaranteed zero impact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehotelambush View Post
    What makes people run as a third-party candidate? Idealism? It's like some perversely advanced form of slacktivism: do an immense amount of work for guaranteed zero impact.
    One reason is money. If a third-party candidate captures 5 percent of the vote, their party will receive federal funding in the next election. So they're running to reach that benchmark to grow their party.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehotelambush View Post
    What makes people run as a third-party candidate? Idealism? It's like some perversely advanced form of slacktivism: do an immense amount of work for guaranteed zero impact.
    How can you be so sure the impact is zero? I mean the third party candidates know they don't really stand a chance of winning but they do get their message out and people do listen. It just probably isn't enough in most cases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thehotelambush View Post
    What makes people run as a third-party candidate? Idealism? It's like some perversely advanced form of slacktivism: do an immense amount of work for guaranteed zero impact.
    Why do people do anything really, however pointless? Probably because they get some kind of intrinsic reward like a sense of accomplishment from beliefs personified.

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    SLE-Ti. She comes off like a lot of female SLEs I know and just talks about things a lot and has obvious 2D (obsessed with objective moral issues and likes to be flamboyant and expressive but is not always very nuanced at either, although Jill Stein seems pretty good with , just obviously not lead or creative IMO).

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