If you didn’t taste all the chilies, you should not vote

If you didn’t taste all the chilies, you should not vote. Otherwise, it is not fair.

Today there was a chili cook off at my workplace. So we went to taste all different chilies and vote for the best one. My coworker’s stomach was too full, so he couldn’t try all the chillies. When I asked him to vote for the best chili, he refused. He said he didn’t taste all the chili, he should not vote. Otherwise it is not fair.

I applaud him for having this common sense. However, people voting for the president of US have no such common sense. People don’t even know the name of the Green Party candidate. They cannot even pronounce Mike Gravel’s last name. I think it should be mandatory that voters be handed an instruction of the election with the list of all the candidates and their policies (do they do that?), and the voters have to check off that they have read the instruction before they can vote. Without that, the election is a joke. No wonder America went to war with Iraq.

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