As JC, I firmly believe we should vote, or at least show up and review candidates, issues, and so forth as a duty of citizenship, whether or not the game is ‘rigged’. Personally, I never vote for an incumbent, never vote for any tax increase or millage whatsoever, and always vote against anything that legislates wild game management. But that’s me. Others choose to use not voting as their protest and removal of their consent to be governed. That’s their choice; we can disagree and debate. Nice thing about Freedom of Speech the Founders made sure was in the Bill of Rights…..
31 Oct. 2014
I have heard about a number of early voters in multiple states (Illinois and Maryland so far) using voting machines that automatically changed their vote from Republicant to Democrap. Although I feel it is a duty to go vote, If the system is rigged to this degree (blatantly obvious!) what’s the point? Well, while we have the ability, you need to go vote. Do I think it will make a difference? I don’t know (at least a large third party turnout might cause some concern). Do you have the right to talk shit if you don’t go vote? NOT AT ALL! It’s just like training. If you don’t put in the effort yourself, you have no right to criticize those that do, or the type of training they are doing. Be a Do’er, not a Talker.
Here’s two things I wrote two years ago, that are just…
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