Don’t Be Fooled!

Closing Thought–07Nov18

Did your fav candidate win?  Are you looking forward to a new day in DC?  Is the country better off after this Midterm?

Let me answer all questions with one statement.

“Don’t be fooled, flattered or flummoxed by the election.”

Why?

NOTHING will change and we will have nothing but chaos for the next 2 years.

But hey….don’t take my word for it……

Let’s face it. Most politicians use the mass media to obfuscate. Voters who don’t do their homework, who don’t study records of the politicians, and who can’t separate the words from the deeds will easily fall into traps laid by wily politicians.

https://www.counterpunch.org/2018/11/06/dont-be-flattered-fooled-and-flummoxed-in-todayss-election/

Whoever said that we Americans get the government we deserve was so damn right…..we deserve the shitty representation that we have now a days…..because we are too busy sucking up slogans and optics and not enough checking the accuracy of the candidates claims.

The American voters are suckers!  They proved it yet again yesterday during the 2018 midterms.

This country can not move forward until the population learns to move forward….as it is now they are stuck in the past and their voting habits prove it.

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12 thoughts on “Don’t Be Fooled!

  1. Good argument to not bother voting. will there be big changes? no. Will the House be able to temper some of Trump’s craziness – yes. The they will never change attitude is what got us Trump.

  2. As I have said before, “No need to bother with the fantasy voting routine because, as you have so accurately pointed out here, the election is over, and nothing is going to change. Best argument against voting that I have heard in awhile.

      1. There are no winners or losers in this political mess we call “American Government.” There is only the inevitable result of the Money Machine’s voice screaming the loudest…. Voting in America today is like urinating in a raging river and then running a few miles downstream to try to see your contribution as it races along to the sea of oblivion.

  3. This seems to be the electoral trend in most ‘western democracies’. The voting closes, and nothing changes, whatever happened in the polls.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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