Rebiteit'll take like 5 minutes
if you don't want to vote for either then spoil your ballot instead.
It's interesting how most people who are calling everyone to vote tend to be supporting Biden. I think most of them are hoping for new voters to vote their way and kick Trump out of the white house, which is a valid point, but why not be honest and simply ask people to vote for your candidate? Why is it important to have a high percentage of participation regardless the outcome? Is it really desirable to pressure people who are uninterested or uninformed about voting to go and vote whoever the feel like? I think that will make elections an even bigger popularity contest than it already is, and will lead to more populist leaders like Trump. I think a better alternative would be to convince people who want change or want to be heard to vote, and let the rest do whatever.
Does it make sense? Am I missing something?
I'm most likely going to be voting for Trump, but as someone who likes talking politics I can't pass up an opportunity to tell someone to vote, as long as they vote legally. I do not care who they vote for as long as they vote for who THEY want and not what someone else wants. Yes I would like everyone to do their research on the candidates and all that, but at the end of the day, all that really matters is that you participate in American politics because knowing what people think can help us grow as a country.
Edit: I would also like to say. You should not complain about the outcome of an election if you did not vote. I am tired of seeing people complain when they did not even vote (this applies to people that could actually vote in the election they were complaining about[I might have complained a bit if Hillary won, but I was not at the legal age to vote at that time so I would not have done a lot of complaining])
First time i actually found something steph posted humorous in some way...