How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy (t3knomanser) wrote,
How Random Babbling Becomes Corporate Policy
t3knomanser

Voting

Do not vote.

I mandate it of you to not vote, if you are part of the large majority that meets these conditions:

  • You are uneducated about the issues

  • You are unfamiliar with the canidates

  • You think party allegiance actually has something to do with the way a public official comports itself

  • You do not have an opinion



If you meet those conditions, like most people I know, do not vote</li>.

I myself am abstaining from local elections this year because I do not know the canidates, do not know the region, or the issues that concern citizens in this area, and cannot make the best decision. This includes the state level, I don't even know who's running.

This is my own dumb fault, I didn't even know it was an even numbered year. I read european newspapers, not local ones.

At least I know about world issues though!

My, that didn't sound convincing.
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