Most countries have been over and done with compulsory voting for some time now. Some, like mine, still force people to participate in elections.
How do you think compulsory voting would influence the political landscape in your country? Which parties would win, who'd be the losers? Freedom of choice aside, do you think compulsory voting would benefit your country based on the political changes it would bring?
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You're just inviting even more uneducated and flippant votes to an already over-saturated shitfest. Its only a good idea if you want to inflate the already extravagant role political decisions have on our lives by having more people vote on things that "sure sound nice".
I read voting as vomiting.
I believe this movie. A dude could jump off a mountain and not hurt himself, 'cause he did brace himself, and knew something about the levels of gravitivity and polarity.
Reminds me of a Barf-O-Rama book I read as a kid.
Wow......the shocker is that people still vote. I know it sounds twisted, but I wake up every morning feeling good....knowing that I had nothing to do with the current asshole calling the shots. And before some fag tries to call me out.....know this...... I really don't want the mumps, nor do I want the measles!
Consider yourself blessed if you chose not to vote I say! The current system claims to be for the people, and by the people, but just the prerequisites alone seperate the rulers from the ruled. When I see a common man run for president...I'll cast my vote. Until then all the sheltered/overprivledged fags can suck a dick.
Democrat or Republican? What a fucking joke! Funny how they are willing to tear each other to shreads......but when an independent comes along those mother fuckers are like "Wonder Twin Powers ACTIVATE!!! Shape of a cock block!!"
P.S. I know it was a tad off topic, but just felt like ranting.
Last edited by Hambone; 03-24-2012 at 09:13 PM.
R.E.H. "Civilized men are more discourteous than savages because they know they can be impolite without having their skulls split, as a general thing." (The Tower of the Elephant)