While we're at it can we also get straight that registering for any party, including the Green Party, is NOT even really becoming a "member" of that party. Did you join the party's Central Committee? No? You're not even really a member. Registering a party preference is nothing more than a request that you get that party's ballot in the next primary election, and thereby a tacit nod of support to that party. It is not actual membership.
So, sorry folks. Insisting on standing by your "independent" or "no party preference" status, instead of taking five minutes to register for the party who has a candidate you support on their primary ballot is pure chicken shit. If you can't even go on record on the voter rolls as wanting that party's ballot, and take 5 min. to change it if your preference changes, then you deserve not to vote in the primary.