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What is your argument for or against "Voter Apathy"?

What is "voter apathy"?

People should always vote, right?

If you do vote, can you affect a system of government, or if you don't vote, can that have a greater impact on a system of government?

Ye or Ne?

Topics: voter apathy
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    Oct 12 2012: IF you don't care enough to educate yourself about the issues, and to take a stand you can be passionate about, please leave the voting to those who do.
    • Oct 17 2012: Lawren: Sounds good, but just how does the overworked and underpaid ordinary person"educate " themselves about the issues, exactly ? Media are not much help, its mostly paid propaganda. How do you even locate a congenial thinking group? Thanks to "Diversity", it is pretty hard. And it seems clear that many of the really devoted "voters" are fanatics..

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