Gordon Tullock Makes The Case for Not Voting
In a heretical, irreverent look at voting, George Mason economist Gordon Tullock explains in this video why he doesn't vote, and why he believes you're better off avoiding the polls altogether on Election Day.
"It's more likely that you'll get killed driving to the polling booth, than it is that your vote will change the outcome of the election."
But what if nobody voted? Professor Tullock answers...