Joseph Farah advocates voting for “none of the above”. He does not advocate not voting, but for rejecting the candidates of both of the major parties. There is a loud chorus of those who say that a vote for McCain is required to keep Obama from being elected.
There is the assumption that the candidate of one of the two major parties will be elected. Do we remember the Whigs or the Federalists? They were once major political parties in the United States.