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Does It Count Matter?

Posted by Rick · December 7th, 2004 · 2 Comments

You know what really surprises me about this?

The fact that people out there think that it doesn’t matter, but that their vote still counted for something just because they happen to agree with the people who did decide who would be President.

What happens when they disagree with you folks?

Categories: 2004 Presidential Election


2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 Chepooka // Dec 7, 2004 at 9:36 pm

    No kidding. They happily piss on the concept of democracy while they take full ownership of the American Flag as a symbol of their ideology. Neat.

  • 2 Mr. M // Dec 8, 2004 at 7:24 am

    First, let me make clear I’m not a voter fraud hawk. Still it is important to ensure that every vote counts.

    That might be why the Help America Vote Act was such an ironic travesty. Instead of providing for a uniform method of voting, or standardized procedures for instituting recounts,etc. we get provisional ballots.

    If you really wanted to help America vote, you have to standardize and make uniform the process, and you have to ensure that nationwide the process is ran by a NON partisan committee.

    That all being said, allowing each vote countis the biggest argument for abolishing the electoral college. Problem is, many people did not vote in the non-battle ground states because they felt their vote didn’t count. And in all honesty, it didn’t.

    Mr. M

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