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  • Yes, and I think voting makes a difference.

    38 55.88%
  • Yes, but I don't think voting makes a difference.

    16 23.53%
  • No, and I don't think voting makes a difference.

    9 13.24%
  • I am not eligible

    5 7.35%
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Thread: Do You Vote? Do You Think Voting Makes a Difference?

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    Yes, I vote. Man would think that being a Citizen of Romania while being ethnically German, Voting doesn't matter, but I think it does. We are able to vote for the Party which represents the Interests of the German Ethnic Minority, the Democratic Forum of Germans in Romania. So, I am glad I can vote, and my Vote can make a Difference.



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    Yes, I vote. My vote is counted many times as I influence others. My mother has no idea about politics. She would never vote if I never talked to her about it. Never think about it as only one vote.

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    I wasn't eligible to vote being underage. Anyway, I am going to vote. I'm still undecided which party I will vote for, but I think the duty of every citizen is to vote. If you don't vote, which is the least attempt you could do to change things, then you have no right to complain that things aren't changing in your country.

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    Yes i do vote, no i dont think it makes a change we will always have the old politics.

    I think we need alot harder laws for voting rights here, we have a minister of economics thats choosen by most women in our country because here it comes he HAS A NICE ASS!!
    After that i serious had some time the idea to even remove the voting rights of women as most didnt vote or they voted with stupid reasons, but you cant blame all women for that of course.
    Then we also have the young people that only vote because there friends vote for a party they shouldnt be allowed to vote, i think there should be a kind of test who actually is smart enough to vote as alot of people vote with reasons like he looks like a nice man.
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    I vote because I am allowed to. Some say (no matter how small) in who are leaders are wasn't handed to us on a plate - our forebearers fought for it. So I vote to honour them. Also I tend to vote for minor parties as a protest vote. This, at times, can be influential enough to influence governmental policy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huzzey View Post
    Yes, I vote. My vote is counted many times as I influence others. My mother has no idea about politics. She would never vote if I never talked to her about it. Never think about it as only one vote.
    Yeah, one vote may not matter much, but if you act as a force multiplyer, and get involved in politics, then the votes you accumulate will make a difference. A city council seat in a town next to me was decided recently by a single vote. The BNP lost a council seat they were challenging a few days ago by only 13 votes. All those votes in the big elections have to come from somewhere, they they are often won by people at the grassroots turning out voters from their church, gun club, passing out cigarettes to homeless people, etc
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    This year will be the first election I'll be eligable to vote in... And I might very well help vote a Maori into power! :

    Yes, contemplating voting for New Zealand First. They're the third largest party in NZ. Pretty anti immigration. The current PM is a butch feminist and the leader of the opposition is a big-business Jew.

    Spoiled for choices....

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    Yes, I do vote, but no.. I don't think that it makes a difference.
    Then why do I vote? Well.. because it is ones civic duty and I don't think that you have any right to complain if you don't vote.
    Voting is the least that one can do to change things- eventhough it is always the same old nomenklatura that get's a seat in parliament or get's to set up the "coalition government".

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    I do vote, I feel good when I do, it feels right. I do think it has the power to change things. It just has to be enough votes!
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    Voting is an insult to any intelligent person's dignity. I refuse to let my opinion be on the same plane of that of a Feminist or a Race-Traitor. We are not equal.

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