posted on Nov, 3 2008 @ 03:09 PM
I am NOT voting. It's sort of like a personal boycott of what our American government is and has become. They play games, I don't want to, most of
you still do. Voting does not give you power. No one represents YOU. How many American people, in this great democracy, were all about the bailout?
I was glad people were finally getting pissed off. I thought perhaps it was possible for people to tell their politicians who they so quickly voted
into office how they felt and it might actually matter, but then the politicians get a line of coke and a cheap hooker and YOU are the last thing on
their mind! (that's a true story by the way, check out politicians + oil lobbyists)
Some day, the American CITIZENS will take back the country from their government. I hope I'm alive when it happens... No it's not hippy talk or
revolution talk, the constitution is just fine, democracy is great (not a representative form of government like the United States), freedom is
awesome. But does anyone realize/care what our elected politicians have done to the constitution, democracy, or our freedoms? Will tapping phones
only piss you off when it happens to you? Will throwing you in a cell without a trial, without telling you what they did it for, without any rights,
would that only piss you off when it happens to you? Would simulated drowning only piss you off when it happens to you? America is morally,
ethically corrupt. The people are backwards. Those in power are even more crooked, but unfortunately they are in the position to take advantage of
these backwards people and you can't blame them a second for doing it. We all have choices and we have chosen, and they've accepted with a
But I can promise you this, voting in tomorrow's election does not empower you, does not give you a voice, does not make you special, does not make
you smarter, does not make you better. If you want your country fixed it will take a lot more than voting for Chocolate or Vanilla, no pun intended.
This discussion about rock the vote, do this, do that, it all becomes moot if you honestly start talking about how decisions and changes are made by
the American "authority." If you think Mr. McCain or Mr. Obama is going to be the one making decisions, you are further out of touch with reality
than you think. It's a decision you can make. You are satisfied with life as you know it, or you believe that you a being wronged. Unfortunately,
so many people are caught up in what they've grown up to know as life that they are going to just go vote and be good little worker bees, it'll pay
The only thing this election is good for is it will certainly be a good benchmark for how racist America really is these days. Regardless of who is
elected, the United States will be at War with someone, there will be a threat against us, we will fight with honor and pride and patriotism and
spread democracy across the laaannnddd! I just want to know when it's finally going to get here....