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Post Reply Are any of you guys in America gonna bother to vote?
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Ryulightorb wrote:


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and you are going to lead your country to war xD


Hillary has already openly threatened war with Russia , what is the difference?


Nothing you get a war either way


Just that ONE of them has enough basic experience to not ask about using nukes for it.
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LoL
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Adjacent-Taurus wrote:

Didn't vote and didn't care too much; this country deserves what it is getting.


Lmao
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I hardly think MSNBC has ever expressed any interest in local school referendums. Nor ever covered anything about Ross Perot when I supported him, discussed how George Bush could have been a great president, or most anything else I've said. If however, that strikes you as a regurgitation of was MSNBC talks about, then that should make it evident that you don't watch MSNBC. Which means to me that you imagine all versions of non Republican support to come from some MSNBC pundit. I fact check from multiple sources what I read, and form my own opinions. I'm never found a single politician on the national stage that didn't distort the facts to make his/her point. Go ahead and fact check my main post, or compare it to news posted on MSNBC, CNN, FOX, ABC, or some other site and see if I've borrowed my opinions from anyone. I've mostly considered my position on how GB could have been a great President, and that social issues don't get legislated because they take away political causes, as somewhat unique. I'm sure others have thought the similar things, but I don't see it expressed in the national media.

BTW fact checking is fun, one of my friend's Russian wife is always forwarding to me some internet viral issue that is going around to demean, some politician or political stance. Providing they are at least a few weeks old, the web has the origins of where these things come from. For instance she sent me a recent email with a picture of apparently boxes of stolen ballots with captions saying it supported the Democratic nominee. Problem was the picture was taken two years ago in England not the United States and had nothing to do with our elections. It's so easy to make stuff up and if people tell the lies often enough some believe it. The examples are too numerous to list here, but I'm sure you know some, and maybe even unknowingly support a few as long as the right person said it.
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Posted 11/8/16
Nope, not worth the time.
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Posted 11/8/16
Already did


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Scooty-Bby wrote:

I honestly dont know why any of you bother to vote in America. This entire political campaign has just been a joke. All Trump and Clinton have done is attack each other. Neither of them care about any actual policy, all they have been doing is attacking and discrediting each other.
Trumps closing line sums it up. It was something along the lines of 'Do you want to vote for someone who is corrupt or do you want to vote for me?' He doesnt care to offer anything, he's just clutching at straws to try and turn people against Clinton.

Im honestly surprised how many people want to vote for either of these two. I know its a bit closer to the heart for you guys since its going to be the leader of your country, but at the end of the day, they are both just awful...


This is media spread garbage. Trump talked about his policies at every single rally. If he didn't remind American's that Hillary is a criminal and that's what we're up against then he would have been doing a disservice. The is an effort to suppress the vote because they know that Hillary supporters don't care about policies, they just want power and money.
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Scooty-Bby wrote:
Trumps closing line sums it up. It was something along the lines of 'Do you want to vote for someone who is corrupt or do you want to vote for me?' He doesnt care to offer anything, he's just clutching at straws to try and turn people against Clinton.


Did Trump REALLY say that, or is that a punchline?

(That's like his attacking Hillary's "hubris" in running, and saying "Do you want to vote for a deranged self-styled narcissistic lunatic, or do you want to vote for me?")
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Posted 11/8/16
i'll never vote.
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Back in the past, I though elections in Mexico were the most useless thing in the world. Now I see that politicians in the world are almost the same shit
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It's better to vote for the person you hate least than to not vote at all.
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Ah, nothing soothes the heart / soul like Freedom of Choice.................???????????
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I voted, and to be perfectly honest with you guys, your vote does matter. Also, don't forget that we have the privilege to vote, which means that we should take advantage of it. There are other countries that don't work like ours. You also don't have to vote for Trump or Hillary. There's Gary Johnson, a third-party liberal, neither democratic or republican. The electoral college works based on our votes, btw. So without the electoral college, it would be way less fair and actually more complicated.
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If Hillary were elected, she wouldn't be able to declare war. Presidents don't have that power.
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mewmewsailors11 wrote:

If Hillary were elected, she wouldn't be able to declare war. Presidents don't have that power.


I thought ever since 9/11 the power of the Executive Branch has expanded.
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