Why Vote?

Discussion in 'Politics' started by Disenchanted61, Sep 12, 2011.

  1. Disenchanted61
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    Each day it is becoming more obvious that rushing to the polls to cast a ballot is increasingly less effective for an honest result.

    It is becoming more, and more obvious that big money interest have dominated
    the political landscape, and our elected representatives ignore the expectations of the tax
    paying voters.

    Both political parties; Republican's and Democrat's have made it quite clear that they are
    beholden to those that foot the bill to their run up to election and not the tax paying voters.

    It is obvious that our Nations Treasury has become a personal bank account for American
    based Corporations and International bankers to access at their desire, with the assistance of our so called elected representatives.

    Are you a chump?
     
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    You just changed medications, didn't you?
     
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    Is that your best to offer , is an insult? Obviously you have no interest in the fate of our natio,.
    but there are teeny bopper threads out there you may find to your liking.
     
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    It's still ultimately the fault of the American people. It's the American people who choose their candidates during the nomination process, the American people who choose to care what attack ads say, the American people who choose to ignore a politician's past and instead listen to pretty words, and the American people who vote the rotten bastards back in over and over again.
     
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    I would agree with that but, the election's of 2000
    and 2004 reveals otherwise, and as far as there being a desirable candidate, look at the line up for this election. Our choices are handed to us.
     

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