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Posted 9/14/14
Have I ever voted, you ask?

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26 / M / Houma
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Posted 9/14/14 , edited 9/14/14

KP_Wrath wrote:

Yes, I've voted. It felt like I was voting for the lesser of two evils. My interests are biological sciences, and so, for the sake of medical advancement, letting the US conservative party take over is quite bad for medical advancement due to their being heavily against stem cell research. Other reason is that I believe in human equality above and beyond religious objections.


http://allaregreen.us/

^That may help you find those who are supported by those industries (Warning: while they would likely support technological advancement they will also be out to protect the bottom line of the industry. They would be against anything that tries to fix the ridiculous chargemaster problem.)

Just make sure not to support those backed by the oppressive cable/entertainment industries (the ones that are trying to ruin the internet)
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Posted 9/14/14
If you like government not to work.... never vote....

If you like government to work half-assed vote....


If you like corporations to run everything and charge the "going rate" never vote...

Part of what makes government work is everyone participating. If you seldom, if ever vote and then complain about how government doesn't work you are sitting in your own shit.. You are almost as bad as the people who make no effort to do what is best for everyone, impede any progress then complain that government doesn't work.... again an example of people sitting in their own shit...

I used to be half assed about voting and liked bumper-stickers that said stuff like, "Republicrat, your vote doesn't count."

If you want things to be better you have to do a little research and bitch AND vote....

You get what you pay for, either in money or effort....



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24 / M / Scotland
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Posted 9/14/14
There's a referendum on Scottish independence soon. I'll be voting for it because it's one of the most important votes in Scottish history. I'm tired of people constantly bringing it up though. Damn yes voters won't let you have a damn opinion other than "everything that happens if Scotland goes independent will be brilliant" but the no side haven't really convinced me that anything other than keeping the pound will make us worse off. I don't know how I'm going to vote but I will vote!
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I might vote when I "come of age". I live in the U.S. Politics never interested, but hey, it's a person of power over my country. Might as well know a bit about it. So people like Mitt Romney don't get into that position.
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24 / M / Iowa >.>
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Posted 9/14/14
I voted in the last presidential election, I kinda felt bad since there were also a bunch of judges I didn't know
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25 / F / New Jersey, USA
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My Turn:

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23 / M / New Jersey
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Posted 9/14/14
I was old enough to vote last presidential election i just didn't really care so i didn't register to vote.
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nope my mother grew up in an age where women were just beginning to vote, and black Americans also received right to vote, so she's very upset that i, who have nothing in my way of voting, have not voted. it's apparently like the gravest sin i've ever committed

ah but there's a reason i haven't voted. First time i was able to vote, moved to different state and then right after went to school in another state so it was just all kinds of confusing of where i should register. Second time, i thought both candidates sucked so i was all, "just let 'em duke it out"
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33 / M / outer wall, level...
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Posted 9/14/14
untill the popular vote accounts for 51% needed to elect the prez, im not voting.
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22 / M / Canada
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Posted 9/14/14
Nope, probably never will. I don't care much for politics and I'm the type of person that believes my one vote won't matter.
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25 / M / NYC Metro Area
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I vote every year, but the older the get the more I wonder how much of a difference does it really make...
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24 / F / Johnstown, PA, USA
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Posted 9/14/14
No. I'm under the impression that most major elections are rigged and whatnot. Besides, I've yet to see someone that I like/trust. I'm not interested in voting for people that I don't believe in. Yes, I do and will complain. Deal with it. I'm unable to willingly blind/deafen myself and play dense, figuratively speaking. It's nye impossible for me to cease observing the obvious, and not formulate opinions.
Posted 9/15/14
Never voted for anything and really not into politics so I will never vote :p
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20 / M / Finland
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Posted 9/15/14 , edited 9/15/14

qualeshia3 wrote:



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That's what constitutional monarchy is. The monarch doesn't have any influence in political decisions. What your probably talking about is absolute monarchy like in saudi arabia.


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