It's a shame though, that America's 'best before' date just says: 'Trump'
In all seriousness though, young people are starting to pay attention more to politics. But there also should've been a lot more people who voted this election. Too many people had the attitude of "I don't like either candidates so I'm not going to vote," but that's why Trump got in. People were choosing not
to have a say in who runs their country.
Suppose they all voted for Stein or Johnson. Imagine how much of a clusterf*** the election could've been with a 3rd party candidate possibly taking a few electoral districts away from Trump or Clinton. I think that would've been pretty interesting.
I like to b**** and fuss to much to not vote . And as they say if you can't be bothered to use your vote then you can't be bothered to have an opinion .
Around election time when people see me coming and lock their doors ,
, well not really , but I really do have a difficult time being quite around folks who say stuff like ' I don't bother to vote because ,,,,,< insert any number of excuses << ' . So I start asking them simple questions about simple stuff and just about the time they get rolling on what really gets them hot , I'll say ' oh , sorry I forgot, you don't use your vote so you can't be bothered to have an opinion , my bad. A few have bowed up and started voting just so we could finish what I started .
I usually shy away from young people , I never really questioned why that is . but I suppose I have to say because I hadn't read anything like this article about the up and coming voters before.
You know maybe a few clusterf***s is what we need to ' WAKE UP AMERICA'
and maybe get some changes happening .