It is better to vote for what you want and not get it than to vote for what you don't want and get it. Eugene V. Debs What do you believe in? Voting is easy. However when we do vote, we often fail to think properly about what we're voting for. This is demonstrated at every election when the same parties win. Instead of voting to keep the worst party out, how about voting for what you believe in yourself? Instead of voting for a party that promises change but fails to actually tell you what that change is, why not study the policies of each party and see which ones fit your beliefs the most? Whilst I admit that the current first past the post electoral system tends to favour the Conservative and Labour parties, it does so only because they know that people panic and vote for the familiar. If we voted differently..., if we actually voted for the policies we believe in rather than for the familiar, we might one day get a government that respects our views. http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/john-allen/
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