View Poll Results: Do you think your vote counts?

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  • I like polls

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  • Sure?

    4 18.18%
  • Hell yes! 'Murica!

    4 18.18%
  • No

    8 36.36%
  • It's a trap

    8 36.36%
  • I like voting

    8 36.36%
  • Ross Perot

    4 18.18%
  • Wait, what?

    3 13.64%
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Thread: Do you think your vote counts?

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    NC-17 Delilah's Avatar
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    Question Do you think your vote counts?

    Well?
    You're using big words right now that you don't know the meaning of and you're capitalizing them. You shouldn't do that. ~Osito

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    no but voting gives me warm fuzzies

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    I would vote for something fuzzy.
    You're using big words right now that you don't know the meaning of and you're capitalizing them. You shouldn't do that. ~Osito

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    Voting is a lot of fun. I hear the boycott the vote argument pretty often, but I think it's just as futile. It's been a lot more fun to vote in Texas than in Washington, because there are more jerks to vote against.

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    The elections for Virginia governor and attorney general were decided by a narrow margin. The wingnut lost both. So hell yes, I vote.
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    Quote Originally Posted by C.J.Woolf View Post
    The elections for Virginia governor and attorney general were decided by a narrow margin. The wingnut lost both. So hell yes, I vote.
    'Zactly. I think it was even snowing that day. We did it though. People were not going to let those loonies go in and join up with our other loonies. I think we may be doing better. I kind of always have liked voting anyway.
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    Depends on what I'm voting on.

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    On whether you think your vote counts.
    You're using big words right now that you don't know the meaning of and you're capitalizing them. You shouldn't do that. ~Osito

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    Statistically, no. The only election I missed was in 2008 because my son, who lives in a city far away, had an emergency appendectomy and I flew there to help him out. He kept telling me that my missed vote didn't matter, and he was right (he's an INTJ, so he's always right--and if he's not, it doesn't matter because he'll out-argue anyone). The question that really matters is how many people need to not vote for a particular candidate before the result is altered. On the other hand, votes in swing states count the most.

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