Let’s get philosophical on this. Do you prefer someone who starts out innocent and is corrupted by a thirst for power into becoming evil, or someone who is evil but is still capable of good?
Plus Anakin’s super whiny. This is an easy one...
@A Blunt Object, It doesn’t matter who/which party I vote for. One friend always gets mad at me anyway.
@A Blunt Object, personal bias, but i would prefer that which is honest in their desire to be corrupt, but in that honesty chooses not to be. I am an outright evil human being that takes joy in the (deserved) suffering of others, but I'm also honest enough to realize that a mistake doesn't justify crucifixion. Bank teller accidentally put in a deposit rather than withdrawal when i got laundry money, did i take the "free" $100? Nope. Pointed it out because dude could get fired over a miss pressed key.
@A Blunt Object, "What is better? To be born good, or to overcome your evil nature through great effort?"
@A Blunt Object,
I prefer the one who kills younglings....
@A Blunt Object, I object to the classification of Vader as being evil but capable of good. Him turning on Sideous to save Luke wasn’t a morally good deed, it was a selfish act of rebellion against his long term tormentor. Don’t forget that he captured Luke and brought him before Sideous in the first place.
@A Blunt Object, well in this case, and a little like 2016, it's like asking us to pick what we perceive as the lesser of two evils. It's only our perception, which isn't perfect, and it's still evil. When the main two options suck, make a third!
Granted, now I sound like a third party lover, and our elections just don't make room for them. So, the analogy kinda falls apart here...
@A Blunt Object, yeah but he porked Natalie Portman
@NeroSaber, the problem is that all third parties seem to nominate Jar Jar...
@A Blunt Object, a shît sandwich either way.
@A Blunt Object, my only objection to this is that he was corrupted by a fear of loss not a thirst for power
Truth. Can we get back to libertarianism, please? Ffs
This meme must’ve used a dial up connection to send a physical file via internet to someone else because it’s straight up fax.