A Vote for The People

Hordes of sheeple decked out in red, white and blue. Lined up in rows, waiting to cast their votes to allegedly decide who will dominate the airwaves for the next four years. A pointless tradition, I dare to say. But who am I to say anything? I’m just another incompetent cog in a system that cannot function without a skilled mechanic tinkering with every nut and bolt, or so they say.

I’ve been impatiently waiting my whole life for the day when The People will stop worshipping a government that has rendered US as incompetent fools who cannot decide for ourselves what is right.

A vote for President is a vote for another four years of sheepalism. Another four years of non-stop bickering over what politician did this or that. Another four years of slavery.

The People have unwittingly accepted the Declaration of Co-Dependence as their perpetual curse. Every time The People vote for a representative to tell them how to live, The People are declaring themselves as incompetents in need of authoritative rule.

But no matter how incompetent The People believe themselves to be, I will never stop believing in The People’s ability to govern themselves.

In a recent article from USA Today, one voter said, “There’s a lot more people voting this year than I can remember. They want to make a change. They’re tired of the same stuff going on.”

SoOOooOo… In order to make a change you’re going to keep doing the same thing over and over expecting a different result? Sounds familiar…

Why not try lifting more than a voting finger or a worthless picket sign in pursuit of fulfilling your civic duty? There are so many things communities could be doing to improve the situation without taxes or politicians. But how would the US economy survive without hordes of sedentary, functionally illiterate sheeple sitting around watching reality TV, bickeringng over who is the smartest birdbrain of all?

I’m done with it. I’ve been done with it. I never voted in all my years of voting eligibility, and I will never vote…

And in doing so, I vote for The People.

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