Yes--frustrating and disappointing as it often is.

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i'm allergic to exercise

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Unfortunately I am a citizen of a country that removes from its expats, after 3 years living abroad, the right to vote. We are struck off the rolls. Hence we have no-one to even complain to, as we no longer have representatives in the parliaments. <br />
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I am severely unhappy with this careless treatment. Until I moved abroad, I never failed to vote. I hold that as a right precious.<br />
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The country is Australia, by the way.

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Yeah, despite my better judgement.

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I at least bend the card in half and stick it in my wallet.

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Yes sir I do.

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Do I have to....? T_T

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I continue to vote each election, despite the fact our elected officials are usually lying, cheating, bottom feeding, back stabbing, scum bags. (And those are the good ones)

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yup, and we just had a primary here in Texas

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Yes. Then I can exercise my right to b i t c h!!!!

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Yes, I will until it's taken away from us.

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Yes. I take it out for a vigorous walk to the poling place every election day.

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Absolutely, every single election day without fail...

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i usually dont.

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yar, even tho its a turd or a douche ;)

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Only on X factor :-P

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yes!

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Hell no,I don't want the blame for electing a crappy government.

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you also won't get any credit for changing the government.

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