I'll vote Labour, as usual.
Not voting Labour, for Labour supporters, is like not voting for Hillary.
Do we need more lessons?
Who you vote for, is a matter for you.
Who I vote for is a matter for me.
The difference between me not voting Labour and US voters not voting for Hilary, is that I live in a constituency with a 26,000 Tory majority where my vote will make no difference at all. whereas votes for Hilary would have probably counted.
But then Hilary had a chance of actually winning. She won the popular vote.
For Corbyn to win, he has to win seats that Milliband didn't. And persuade voters that didn't vote Labour to switch to Labour.
So far he has managed to lose seats than even Milliband won, rather than win extra seats. And his supporters are reduced to trying to persuade life long Labour voters like me to still vote Labour.
So basically, we are fucked.