They're not voting because...
- Because the democratic process does ...
Because the democratic process does not allow me to register mydispleasure with the current establishment. I would ideally like to vote 'none of the above' so that it is apparent that a number of people disagree with the current process and that some 'dialogue' can be entered into. So I guess I am not voting because I can't vote in the manner I would like (voting for a candidate implicitly implies that I agree with the system).written 16th Apr 2005
Chris replies: This has been dealt with on this site before but why not spoil your paper? This is still counted and shows that you were making an active protest rather than just not being bothered to vote.written 16th Apr 2005
Anonymous replies: "This is still counted and shows that you were making an active protest rather than just not being bothered to vote"
Please stop spreading these LIES. It shows nothing of the sort!
Yes, the vote is counted, but it says absoluteley nothing whatsoever about an "active protest". All it shows is that you don't know how to complete a ballot correctly.
Read the following links:
http://www.notapathetic.com/comments/740written 16th Apr 2005