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  • bsh1
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    Happy Election Day!

    While polls are still up, I am encouraging you to exercise your civic right to cast a ballot. Voting matters, and is one of those civic freedoms we should value most highly. So, whoever you're voting for, please get out and vote before polls close (usually between 7 and 9pm, depending on where you live).

    -Bsh

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    Men and women died to fight for your right to vote. Please vote!
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    men died so you have a right to choose not to vote and let someone else be responsible
  • SupaDudz
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    Go out and vote!
  • KingLaddy01
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    Naw. It's clear as day what's going to happen. Dems win House, Reps wins the Senate.

    Also I live in a blue state.

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    --> @Greyparrot
    Too bad we can't upvote comments this is grand.
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    Naw. It's clear as day what's going to happen. Dems win House, Reps wins the Senate.
    Only if people vote. Herp.
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    No! Really?.....

    Votes might determine the outcome?

    Where is your Philosophy medal?


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    That is retarded. I am intentionally not voting this time around because I haven't familiarized myself with local politicians in my area. Unless people have done their due diligence, they should stay away from the polls so they don't accidentally counter act the vote of somebody who did do their due diligence. These "Get out the vote" campaigns are disgusting.
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    The voting age should be raised with all these mentally disabled cucks holding power over something they do not understand. 
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    Wylted, I completely and wholeheartedly actually agree with you. Unless you actually know what you're voting for and who you are voting for, you should stay home. 
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    Everyone has a right to procreate too, but I sincerely hope not everyone exercises that right either...repeatedly....
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    I agree. 35 and over with poll tests.
  • KingLaddy01
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    --> @Greyparrot
    Honestly if we could sterilize people with autism and maybe some progressives (which is not to say they aren't interchangable) society would be far more tranquil.

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    The blue have pratically secured the House and the red have pratically secured the Senate.

    It's done lol. 

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    I have autism (seriously) and would strongly object for forced sterlisation of anyone
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    Honestly if we could sterilize people with autism and maybe some progressives (which is not to say they aren't interchangable) society would be far more tranquil.
    My guess is that autistic people would be more likely to lean right. They are extremely logical. The left typically use the more creative hemisphere in their brain causing them to be artsy or think with their heart, even when thinking with their heart is not conducive to their goals and can in fact can have the opposite effect they desire.

    People who are ultra rational are easy to turn into political allies, if they are not allies already.

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    So at age 23 you must be at the HFA/Asperger's level of the spectrum, correct?

    I can give you a pass as I least feel people with Asperger's/HFA have the potential to be tremendously successful, but low-functioning autists being sterilized would be good for the low-functioning community, and it makes so many people's lives better. I'd rather have my hypothetical IQ of 68 autistic kid who makes dolphin noises that brings constant violence to people around him be sterilized than have 3 dolphin-noise-making auties for excuses of grandson's who do nothing but beat people up if they don't get a tub of ice cream. (These are based on real autistic people I have seen.)

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    Autistic people can also be emotional, though.

    It was more of a jab on libs than anything.
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    Objectively, voting is a waste of time
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    Ok I pressed reply I don't know why tf it didn't go through and send it to you.
  • David
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    I strongly disagree
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    You're strongly incorrect
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    You disagree, because you haven't studied economics. Your vote really doesn't matter. It won't effect the outcome of the election
  • David
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    True, but it does matter in the grand scheme of things. One drop of water certainly doesn't make a difference in an entire ocean. Same with voting. There have been interesting cases where races were tied or decided by only 1 vote.