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They’re All The Same! It Doesn’t Matter if I Vote or Who I Vote For??? (Part 8)

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October 12, 2014 by skokielib

You might be feeling a little down about the state of politics in the US. The gridlock, political bickering, and overbearing control corporations and the rich have on this country are probably rightfully causing frustration and perhaps despair. But before you decide voting just doesn’t matter, please consider these facts that I’ll present in a series over the coming days:

Equal Rights – Democrat versus Republican
When it comes to equal rights, the difference between the two parties could not be greater. Democrats have fought for equal pay for women. Republicans opposed it. Democrats have fought for gay marriage. Republicans have fought to prevent people that love each other from marrying. And their logic/reasoning are positively mind boggling. It violates THERE rights to allow gay marriage? Marrying of pets is next? Polygamy is next? Your vote matters!

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