About that election
by, 7th November 2012 at 03:56 AM (373 Views)
While I understand the importance of it, I don't completely understand why the rest of the world was very concerned about the election in America, I have seen people posting on FB who they want to win or yelling Obama won etc, but it's not like our vote would even count.
Okay yes, America is a big country and one of the leading ones (It is isn't it?), and I admit I was interested in seeing who would win, and thought Obama should (Solely on the fact he was for gay marriage rights).
Ten bucks these people who cared about who won the American Election, don't give a crap who their voted for in their own country. Yeah one of my pet peeves is the fact people just vote randomly, they don't care who they vote for, like in the last Australian election (The one for Campbell and Anna Bind) my mother said (And the guy she's seeing....) she just ticked a ballot, didn't care who won, and so did some others....
Really? Seriously? Do these people not care about who runs their own country? Okay this wasn't a big one, wasn't for Prime Minister but still. And I admit, I didn't get to vote in the other ones and didn't seem to care, but this year I seemed to developed a small interest who wins in an election.
Personally I can't wait for an election to vote for a new prime minister, I didn't actually do any research on anything for the one before (Before the last election), and I like to know who I am voting for. I wish more people would actually make sure they want to vote for this candidate, people this is how the world gets taken over and becomes hell. Do they not watch TV or movies? The reason bad guys who have taken over the world or country do it so easily, is because people just randomly do it.
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