Who's NOT voting?

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    Mar 14, 2016 11:03 PM GMT
    Not because you don't care, but because you care.
    With all the brawls and unruliness going on at these rally's, the American people are against each other because they don't agree on a single master. Meaning The Dems vs The Reps as opposing enemy's as if the two parties don't work for the same bankers and corporations regardless. It's just repetative. It's the republicans fault, it's the democrats fault, it's the presidents fault, it's the police's fault. No one wants to take personal responsibility. They will bicker on until martial law becomes reality. This presidential campaign is costing us billions. Illegal Mexicans aren't even costing us billions yet people are still supporting the man that wants to build a billion dollar wall to the south. People seem to be so frivilous with their decision making they don't even realize how much they could of saved by not supporting a crooked president, by not supporting the troops that don't even get the proper care they deserve when they're back home with PTS, by not being so quick to invade a country because the media says we should. The US has been at war for almost all its hitory. Gun culture is American culture at this point. No matter the president, people die and the nation falls further into debt. We fought for our human rights regarding blacks, women, gays etc. it's we the people who give the blantant fallacy in the Declaration "all men are created equal" some truth. Not the president.

    I'm not calling for anarchy, but we're in a new age with the Internet.. We are able to collectively work together as a nation to decide what our next moves are. It's just that we truly don't know what's going on behind the scenes when we have every right to know. We will never know if we keep electing a president that blocks truth. At least provide a "none of the above" option at the polls is all I'm saying (unless they do and I don't know). That would show us our true voting power.
  • ChicagoSteve

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    Mar 14, 2016 11:45 PM GMT
    This election, in particular, is too important NOT to vote.
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    Mar 15, 2016 12:02 AM GMT
    ChicagoSteve saidThis election, in particular, is too important NOT to vote.


    I'm pretty sure that was the rhetoric in 2004 before the votes were rigged.