>If You Don’t Vote, Then Shut It!

Posted: October 6, 2010 in democrat, election, housewives, presidential, register, republican, senate, vote

>Approximately 213 million voting-age citizens were eligible to vote in the 2008 presidential election but only 186 million of them were actually registered. Those figures mean that almost 13% of all eligible voters in our country remain excluded from participation in our political process.

Those 13% need to keep their mouths shut until they vote. I don’t want to hear about your high medical bills, taxes or any other problems you may have. You don’t have the right to complain, loser! If you don’t vote, then shut it!

And I don’t want to hear the argument “what’s it going to change anyway?” If you want change, then vote for candidates who actually understand what you’re going through and not these fat cats who get into office and find new ways to take our money.

The only people who aggravate me just as much as non-voters are people who vote for a certain party regardless if the candidate is any good or not. So, if you vote (D) or (R) just because you prefer the party and not the candidate, then I have no sympathy for you and your problems either.

My concerns only lie with the few people in the U.S. who are actually trying to make this country better by putting the best person in office, not their favorite party. Voting along party lines is the equivalent of voting for every contestant on American Idol with mohawks just because you like stylish hair. “If doesn’t matter if they can sing, but if that hair looks ‘rad’, then you have my vote!”

Sounds stupid to you? Good. Now you know how I feel.

November will determine who controls Congress: Republicans or Democrats? This election is actually more important than the presidential election because let’s face it: the president is a figure head. He truly has has no power. Congress basically runs the country.

The problem is that a lot of people don’t know that. They’ll turn out for a president, but won’t turn out for other elections which are actually more important.

Pay attention, people. Pay attention to the things going on in the world.

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