1 year ago
Last edited at 11:18AM on 11/7/2012
Dirty. Like I'm taking part in something that I know is a farce but am still compelled to be involved because there's a lot of arrogant gits out there who think that if you don't play a rigged game you have no business telling them the game is rigged. So yeah... Dirty is the word.
Voting makes me think of all the sacrifices and service our military men and women make this the greatest country in the world. For all who have made the ultimate sacrifice and died so today I could vote brings tears of gratitude. We all have this because the oppression and tyranny of monarchies.the founding fathers lived through all that and has made America what it is today.
I used to enjoy voting and think it was the right thing to do until I found out the truth I'n the thing and now I will not vote any more the American people are being taken advantage of we the people say enough
When someone Votes ,you became somebody it's like puting your self in the map other than that it's like you dont exist... thats why voting makes feel important and very proud, not to say that it's a civil duty.
1 year ago
Last edited at 1:52PM on 11/7/2012
At this point.. sick, this country is in such bad shape, sooo many problems/issues God willing he will do the right thing for once, do i think he knows his/our priorities? HELL NO.. we are losing to many military men and woman, will the Prez please tell us why, the finances are bad we can't feed our own but giving to other countries why? keep on good side?, even I cannot survive anymore,yes i was one who lost everything, i am disabled, lost my home, land, cars everything even my dignity, if i had the help i could have handled it back then, Veterans(my hubby was 100%dis at death and VAMC killed him) also screwed me 10 yrs fighting with them for DIC and so sick now at 66 i can't do it anymore, just want to pack it in! sorry for venting, but the veterans got me sick(er).
Voting makes me feel needed. It's like trending something on Facebook.,but it's done (supposedly) anonymously. and it also gives you authorization to speak up when your representative, Senator, or Vice President via President don't follow the design you've instructed them to follow for you, your family, neighborhood, city, state and nation.
In California...not so good. My conservative vote is a throw away vote. I feel a duty to vote; but, the game is rigged. The "Golden" state is treated like an unwanted step child. It is not a factor in presidential elections.
1 year ago
Last edited at 11:22AM on 11/8/2012
Unempowered,discouraged;sad,forced 2 reflect on how our values change.I grew up in the 60's & in high school during roe v wade.During those years 95% of America opposed abortion.Now most americans support it,partial birth abortion,forcing those w/religious values 2 suppport these issues financially.Religious hospitals,schools,charities are 2 forfeit their rights of religious freedom.Freedoms guaranteed by our Constitution & Bill of Rights.I'm told by"progressive,open-minded"voters that their opinions count,but not mine.I am told "you are judgmental" or "evil".Society has deterriorated so that we are conditioned 2 embrace 'evil as good' & 'good as evil'.Massachusetts had a referendum ballot asking voters 2 approve euthenasia.It failed 'this time'.Most Americans oppose euthenasia just as most opposed abortion in 1973.Give it a few decades.Your kids will be taking you 2 the "Merciful Euthanasia Center" when you age.They will have been conditioned 2 think its the 'right thing to do.'Why subject the elderly to the agony of their deteriorating bodies & failing minds.Why force the financial & mental burdon of their care upon others. Voting makes me unempowered; discouraged;sad.
I'm a Christian and a patriot and thankful for my God-given right to vote. Too many of our brave men and women in uniform fought and died to give us this right. If we ignore our civil duty to vote and our obligation to pray for our leaders, we have no right to complain when our representatives make decisions we disagree with.
The re-election of President Obama is yet another landmark of history that reveals the inevitable flow of events which increase in depth and spread when the Christian church mistakes its mission. As one incident, the election outcome holds the portent of being a prophetic announcement of the impending end of the significance of the church in America.
The bitter fruit of the 2012 presidential outcome is not the party or person who is taking the White House, but in the disappearing fruitage of the church's inherent, God-given dynamic to affect the spiritual climate of our nation and effect a harvest of the "fruit of righteousness" in a country formerly seen as sufficiently "Christian" to leave a deep enough stamp on the national life to indicate a credible, spiritual presence.
Like a moron... It's not like we have a choice anyway.... We bow to a government we don't even know, Our president, And other important people in the government of the great United States of America, They're all mascots to detour our attention...
Its like I have just had a good bout of diarrhea Force fed by the media and political advertising Because really, It doesn't matter who you vote for you still get a politician. And they are the only winners.
voting very nearly approaches an Orwellian feeling, somewhat with a sensation of matrix control, or the controlled knowledge which can be transfixed into the domesticated "two-legged" stock of Animal Farm of this 1984 Orwellian Year of our prophetic voice and author----in short, voting makes me feel unreal-