I like the idea of this article, except for its basis on the false premise that an individual is responsible for the actions of a power structure ultimately controlled by domestic and foreign billionaires. A single person has statistically no influence via the vote (that’s even when it’s counted)— and so to shame someone for not voting for the candidate you’ve decided won’t lead to these outcomes (look at Hillary’s stance on police brutality https://medium.com/@adamholwerda/hillary-clinton-complete-this-phrase-lives-matter-2ed83d5683f7#.j7zuj9ph2 and how it’s clearly pro police, pro expansion of police state) doesn’t quite hold water. Democrats should be shaming the DNC for choosing a weak candidate like Hillary over Bernie Sanders — who beats Trump in a landslide. Instead, you focus ire on citizens like me who can see the options, and understand that Jill Stein is the best option. You vote for your best option, I’ll vote for mine. If we get Trump? Not my fault, not your fault. Our votes of 1 each changed nothing. In actuality, it’s the DNC’s fault. They should have put forth a stronger candidate.