Funny, you are talking about me not knowing the facts. In some states you can not even vote unless you say you are a democrat or republican. If you say you are an independent, by law you can't vote.
Which states are those? Are you talking about the presidential election, or a primary election? You ought to be able to provide specifics when you make claims like this.
To the best of my knowledge, what you have written is completely and totally untrue.
Not only that but they don't even allow independent parties on the ballots in some states. They only have two options, dem or rep. You can't be of any other party. Sure you can write in what your choice as an independent but they just toss them out.
Hmm, this is a laughably ignorant thing to say. Where are you getting this data from? Can you link to the specific state laws that prohibit independent parties on ballots, and tell us at what level you are talking about?
I ask these questions, because Ross Perot was on the ballot in all 50 states in 1992 as an independent. How do you reconcile that fact with the statement you made above?
You really ought to look things up before posting them.