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Old 06-19-2008, 11:24 AM   #1
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Do the people really have a voice in government?

Truthfully, I think not. From all the people I've spoken to, a good amount of americans don't really even think to vote and just complain about the conditions the government presses upon us. But for the one's that do vote and remain constant in the political world, do their votes really count? Now my thoughts on this aren't set in stone, so I'd like to hear others opinion on this mater. Especially concerning the idea that the popular vote doesn't count at all and that only the electoral vote does. That would mean that as a person, the only way you'll get any voice in the president you choose, is by voting for the right governor or sheriff of your state. Now from this, I'm only going by what I've heard from a good amount of people that are into this. Let me know what you think.
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