A Letter to the Undecided Voter

The Election Day is only a few hours away, and I feel the need to send a message to the undecided voter. If you are an undecided voter, then do us all a favor and DON’T VOTE. You heard it right. If by now you don’t have enough mental capacity to decide between two drastically different candidates then DON’T VOTE. I’m guessing you’re undecided because you don’t like McCain, because deep down you know he’s a ticking time bomb, mentally unfit to be President, but at the same time you don’t want to vote for a candidate that comes in a different package — one who’s not white, anglo-saxon protestant. 

So go ahead, make fear of the unknown dictate your choices in life. But don’t let your ignorance, and inability to make a smart decision deprive me of a President that can actually do some good for this country. You had your chance. Twice. Your inability to make a smart decision has given us eight years of Bush, and eight years of failed domestic and foreign policies. So if you haven’t made up your mind, stay home. DON’T VOTE. Or if you need help making a decision, here it is… go against your ignorant instinct, and do what smart voters are going to do… VOTE for Obama.

 

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P.S. If you encounter problems voting, please contact CNN voter hotline.  This is likely to happen if you are an underrepresented minority and plan on voting for Obama.

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