A Reason to Vote Even When You’re Voting Against My Interest

Privilege isn’t an excuse to turn a blind eye to responsibilities

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“Are you qualified to vote?”

a) What are five or more differences in policies between Trump and Biden (excluding tax)?

b) Name three laws signed by Trump you agree or disagree with.

c) What is a tariff?

d) and f) What countries does the US have a military presence in, and which was the last war that the US entered?

e) What part of Roe vs. Wade makes abortion legal?

“A vote now is a vote for polarization.”

“The lesser of two evils is still evil.”

“Nobody really wants you to vote.”

“A none-vote is a vote in favor of more choices.”

“It doesn’t matter.”

“Does this mean you don’t care about society?”

She/her. I write about what I know and what I’m trying to make sense of.

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