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2-03-2011 @ 7:28AM
and yet the founding fathers didn't see fit to make voting compulsory, unlike many other countries (including australia, where i live). maybe because people who don't want to vote (which is probably a lot of people) will either vote in a ridiculous way, like for ralph nader. or maybe just scrawl obscenities all over their ballot, rendering it uncountable, and unpleasant for the people who have to handle it.the way the country is isn't the fault of people who don't vote, it's the fault of people who DO vote.
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