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#28 - wat 11/07/2012 on Uh huh +7
#58 - Picture 11/06/2012 on Nirvana +5
#87 - I'm not voting.  [+] (12 replies) 11/06/2012 on no more welfare whores 0
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#91 - winsauceiswin (11/06/2012) [-]
no right to complain about anything that comes of the election then.
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#118 - Crusader (11/06/2012) [-]
Actually that is not true.
Let's say that person x voted for party A, person y voted for party B, and person z did not vote.
if Party A wins and screws up the country, person x cannot complain as THEY were the one to vote for him, person y did not vote for him, and person z did not vote, therefore meaning that person y and person z are blameless and can complain all they want.

Today we are all going to do the same thing, fucking ourselves, the difference is you are going into a small room and pulling a lever, while I sit at home masturbating, at the end of the day when I finish masturbating, I will have something substantial to show for it - Georger Carlin
Basically outlining that neither candidate can do much, no matter how much they promise, they are still restricted by what they can do, and that is minute compared to what they said they would.
#107 - mcronq (11/06/2012) [-]
Well that or maybe his vote doesn't mean anything for the election, then why should he bother. Tons of people live in states that are going to vote one way or the other, only the swing states have real say with their votes. This is why some ~95% of campaign adverts money get spent on swing states.

The real purpose to get out and vote is to choose all the other elected officials, both federal and local. Those are the ones for whom most of American's contributions actually decide the winner. So if he doesn't know anything about those guys and just goes to fulfill a societal pressure to vote for the president then he's not going to make informed decisions about those other people and should stay out of it and let the more informed decide.
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#94 - angelojuusan (11/06/2012) [-]
Well, see, since he didn't vote, then anything that happens from 2012 to 2016 is not his fault. It's the fault of everyone who voted, since we're the ones who put those people in power.

(this is a very bad reference to a George Carlin routine. I should have just pointed you to Mr. Carlin in the first place.)
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#119 - Crusader (11/06/2012) [-]
I got your back
look above
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#95 - winsauceiswin (11/06/2012) [-]
lack of action may have the same results as some action.
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#97 - choclategum (11/06/2012) [-]
He obviously did not see the candidates as responsible enough to run his country and because of that, he has every right not to vote for people he thinks would put the country in worse shape.
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#98 - winsauceiswin (11/06/2012) [-]
and with that choice he relinquishes his right to complain about any action that results from the new president's actions
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#122 - Crusader (11/06/2012) [-]
With that choice he has the right to complain as anyone that did not vote for the winner, it wouldn't have mattered if he voted or not, because only those who vote for the winner have the ability not to complain. Perhaps this is his way of voting, voting for the "I don't think" party.
I don't think any candidate is good
I don't think any candidate can do much
I don't think it matters who I vote for because there is only one route out of this recession, that either candidate can take, and therefore no matter what, the same goal is achieved. Much like deciding to take the red car or blue car to work.
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#102 - choclategum (11/06/2012) [-]
No, he doesn't. He has every right to complain because the people he thought were unfit and didn't want in the office in the first place are now putting his country in a deeper hole.
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#104 - winsauceiswin (11/06/2012) [-]
he could have voted for any other candidate himself or (even as ridiculous as it sounds) run for president himself with a campaign he saw as perfect. instead he chose no action and therefore relinquishes his right.
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#123 - Crusader (11/06/2012) [-]
But he does not, he has the right of any citizen to complain.
It is the same as if there were a choice between chocolate chip cookies and oreos, you don't care, so you don't vote, and then you find out the chocolate chips are actually raisins. he is still free to complain, he did not choose raisin cookies, therefore he has the right, as a citizen of a country that allows free speech to complain and have an opinion.
#34 - **jenkinz rolls 992**  [+] (1 reply) 11/06/2012 on GARDEN THUG 0
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#15 - Picture 11/06/2012 on INDECENT EXPOSER +2
#42 - Picture 11/06/2012 on Memory, what +25
#414 - they dont show you what really happens behind the scenes.  [+] (1 reply) 11/05/2012 on Shut Up And Take Me To Prison 0
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#417 - annhilator (11/05/2012) [-]
actually, behind the scenes is nothing special. NOT many fights.
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