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Don’t need to be a cobbler to choose your comfortable durable pair of shoes…

Posted on: January 3, 2015

 

 

 

Do you have to be a cobbler to choose your comfortable durable pair of shoes?

I am Not a cobbler.

… but that doesn’t mean I’m unable to choose well made and comfortable shoes.

You might not be a writer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t read.

You might not be a chef, but that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your dinner.

You might not be a scientist, but that doesn’t mean you’re unable to understand the scientific method and accept a well-discussed thesis.

You might not be a programmer, but that doesn’t mean you can’t use Excel or the internet.

You might not be the boss, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t care about what happens next.

And you might not be a political scientist, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t vote.

Vote tomorrow.

Even if it’s for a person who is sure to lose (especially if it’s for a person who is sure to lose).

If non-voters started voting for outliers who live their morals, our democracy would change completely in less than a decade.

Note: Just deciding to take on your responsibility as a citizen in a “democratic” political system will get you started to comprehend the socio-economic system in your political structure.

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