I don't see the point of not voting. You have the chance, you have the right and you're still going to sit at home and moan about how [America] sucks?

The thing that really pisses me off is when people say that voting is a waste. It is not. So maybe none of the parties are worth it, and they're all corrupt, but that doesn't mean you give up all hope and sit at home and do nothing. At least go vote against the party you dislike most. Otherwise you'll be the one crying when they come into power.

And dont' think that one vote can't make a difference. It can. Every drop counts in a bucket of water and the same goes for voting and elections.

No wonder our future looks so bleak.

I'll tell you who the problem is. Adults.

Aziza hits the nail on the head.

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