Tags: politics, sarcasm, voting
It obvious to me that a bunch of trained monkeys devised the way we vote. There is a certain about of space you must be away from the polling place to complain, compare, or contrast what exactly you are voting on. You must be said distance away from the other constituent while they cast their ballots. Last, but not least, you must stand in this bread line to vote for the asshole that you didn’t want to see in office anyway. After all, your candidate didn’t have the staying power to go all the way. He came, he went, and subsequently went to sleep, just like the dyke’s idea of a stereotypical man (which includes Hitlery, since you know with socialist ideas like that she has to be hung like a moose.)
By this same rationale the voting process is no better that the crappy politicians we flock to elect every chance we get. Simply put we desire the change they promise. Meanwhile they will never own up to the fact that they can’t change everything we would like. Surely, we may be able to try and elect at the very least someone who won’t screw the country up too bad or try to appear electable for monetary gain.
With that said, I am starting to wonder if I should have just let go of my civic duty and stayed home, but I digress.