Find your local polling station, register and vote.
☐ Or if you really want to make a stand against the pointlessness of it all,
☐ at least go to a polling booth and hand in a blank card.
☐ Then a no-vote will be recorded.
☒ Or vote for someone you’d like to win, but probably won’t.
English voters could even draw an extra box on the voting card for the SNP party and put a cross in that.
* Since I can’t vote for the refreshingly straightforward SNP
I’m voting Green; the party that believes ‘in the common good‘.
I thought that would be less disappointing than when the winning party broke its pre-election promises.
OK, that does sound a tad cynical, but who can blame me?!
No good just giving up and staying at home.
That makes for a politically apathetic electorate, and lets the bad guys stay in power.
Sorry, but it does.
Even if you think you’re making a stand by not getting up from where you’re sitting;
really all you’re doing is maintaining the status quo.
Russel Brand eloquently and vigorously espouses idealistic and worthwhile paradigms; but his assumptions this time are none-the-less incorrect and unprofitable.
Not voting against humanoid Cameron for example,
is allowing him to stay incumbent.
Your vote does count,
and karmically, if you don’t use it, you’re likely to lose it….
The difference it could make…
~ And It’s
Ed the Puppy Caught in a Cat Flap
Baby Eater David
nb. ** This is one of those office /Chaplaincy dept. conversations that really needed to be shared.
Thanks guys, you’re brilliant!
Charlie Brooker’s Election Wipe
(On for the next week,
if you can get BBC1 iPlayer)