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Old 25.01.2020, 15:25
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Yeah, I get your point, especially relevant in the last election. I suppose Im unimpressed with this years choice set.
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Re: US Citizens: Have you (re)registered to vote?

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Yeah, I get your point, especially relevant in the last election. I suppose Im unimpressed with this years choice set.
I can relate to your opinion. Just make sure you express it officially as well.

I personally do not consider the American president being voted in democratically for various reasons. At least one can show them and the world "we did not agree with the offer". Sounds like nothing but as they say "Constant dripping wears the stone" or even better : "Little strokes fell big oaks".
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Old 25.01.2020, 16:43
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I can relate to your opinion. Just make sure you express it officially as well.

I personally do not consider the American president being voted in democratically for various reasons. At least one can show them and the world "we did not agree with the offer". Sounds like nothing but as they say "Constant dripping wears the stone" or even better : "Little strokes fell big oaks".
Just make sure? Indeed.
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