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People don’t realize that by voting Republican, they voted against themselves….I worry that some people are entertained by the idea of this war. They don’t know anything about the Iraqis, but they’re angry and frustrated in their own lives. It’s like Germany, before Hitler took over. The economy was bad and people felt kicked around. They looked for a scapegoat. Now we’ve got a new bunch of Hitlers.
Legislators could easily be out-voted if people voted in midterm elections. The fact that we don’t talk about all this stuff [ abortion rights, LGBTQ rights, or voting rights] very much because Donald Trump and the general election is sucking all the air out of the room – if people aren’t paying attention to their state, they’re certainly not paying attention to what’s happening in other states.
As a blind voter, I’m strongly opposed to the paperless e-voting machines that the NFB is trying to force onto us. I want a voting system that is accessible to as many voters as possible and that also produces an audit trail. The paperless machines are simply the wrong approach, and I support the County’s efforts to try to find a better way.
As far as [Bernie] Sanders is concerned, he’s probably the most honest of all of them. But we have to be careful, because this is the most important election  in the history of this country; because you’re not just voting for a president, you’re voting for the person who can take America totally down! America will never be great as she once was, again, but she can survive if she does the right thing.
What’s blinking red on my radar is the fact that for people who prioritize abortion rights, LGBTQ rights, or voting rights, those things are coming out of state legislatures, and some of the laws on reproduction stuff is coming out of city council, and so what’s getting at me is the fact that there’s just a fundamental lack of understanding that these laws are happening and being created by people who often won by ten votes in a midterm election.
The ultimate check against government tyranny is an informed electorate who will elect people who believe in limited government. I don’t want to embrace the idea we want people to take to the streets with guns. I want people to go to the voting booth and check an out of control government by electing conservatives.
The two-party system is a bad joke on the American people; when it comes to Republicans and Democrats remember they are two sides of the same coin. Voting for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil and not an answer to our problems. A vote for a Republican or a Democrat will not fix anything and is a wasted vote.
With intent to neither idolize nor demonize the man [Barack Obama], it seems fair and evident enough to say that the current president of America is not a leader whose way is that of violent public outbursts. It appears to be more that of a warrior-philosopher who practices the art of political persuasion by authoring acclaimed books, delivering well-crafted speeches, assembling unified coalitions, passing historic legislation, signing well-aimed executive orders, and cultivating a poised but accessible demeanor.