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CommanderDef
CommanderDef

Because Romney is much worse for the rest of the world. Please, bother.

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rkraptor70
rkraptor70

*Peace.

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CommanderDef
CommanderDef

*Please, bother yourself with voting.

But too late, just read that Obama won. Non-americans can sleep now.

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Baron Brosephus
Baron Brosephus

CommanderDef, you hit the nail on the head.

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Fluffkind
Fluffkind

First of, there are more than two parties. If you're disgruntled, vote for someone else. This is actually quite important to the democratic process. Secondly, there are differences.

That said, American politics always seem weird when viewed from over here. I sometimes get the feeling that it's all based on animosity between the parties rather than a legit discussion about policy.

That image is also really cool.

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CommanderDef
CommanderDef

More than two, ok. But if there are two favorites, from whom I hate one, I would rather vote for the other one than letting the hated guy win, right?

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Admiral-165
Admiral-165

technically yes, but actual electable parties? Any other party other than the Democrats and Republicans has a snowball's chance in hell of getting elected... Not saying they're good or bad, if i were American i would probably vote for one of them, but the American people aren't the brightest when it comes to voting... Just guide them in one direction and they'll follow.

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Baron Brosephus
Baron Brosephus

While I'm technically an American, I certainly agree with you about Americans not being all that bright when it comes to voting.

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What's the point?
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When both electable parties are essentially two sides of the same coin why care, why bother, why vote?
(no, I do not think this way myself)

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