Many are worried about corporations running our government, giving us an oligarchy, government by the few. But we already have an oligarchy because too many eligible voters don’t bother voting.
In the Minnesota primary on August 12, the turnout was about 12 percent. That means 88 percent didn’t give a damn about who was elected. In other words, that 88 percent is giving government power to the 12 percent who showed up. That is no democracy, rule by the people, but an oligarchy, rule by the few.
If you were one of the few anywhere, remind everyone you know to vote in the next and every election, no matter where in the world you live.
Always vote because every vote always counts. If you stay away you give the election away.
See also “Politics: Don Givadam wins again”.