The Voting Principle defines moral voting and it prevails over the Mantras and over those who preach against it.
Accusers who say we have “sold out”, or “flip-flopped” by backing the winner of a Republican primary, are the ones who have “sold out” on moral principles.
Widely accepted moral teachings say when there are “two evils” in an election, we must reject third-party candidates who cannot possible win and vote for the candidate who will do the least evil and do the most good.
Those who say we should not vote for the “lesser of two evils” promote immoral actions and the greater evil.
Those who vote to achieve the most possible good from the options available act morally, logically, intelligently, and according to common sense.