English 518 Course Blog

April 3, 2007

Photoshop for Democracy

Filed under: Uncategorized — natb07 @ 9:40 pm

The “Photoshop for Democracy” article makes some interesting points. I enjoyed the summary of The Donald fires Bush video, it clearly explained the video. I think the article pushes americans to do their part when it comes to politics. We just need to get out there and vote. Especially those of us who totally disagree with the way our president is running things, remember you can’t be mad if you didn’t vote, chances are you are the one who put him in office. Anyways, I think the way these different groups are promoting young people to vote is a great idea. By any means necessary is what I say, as long as the job gets done.



  1. I don’t agree with the view that if you don’t vote, you can’t be mad. I don’t vote, and I am always mad. That is because I believe the system is flawed, and it doesn’t matter who we put in office. There is no one on the ballot I would like to see in office, that I think will make a difference. Democrat or Republican, conservative or liberal, every last one is rich, and I can’t see how I am faithfully represented by a rich person, nor how the majority of the U.S. is represented. When there are middle and lower class candidates, I might vote. Until then, I vote none of the above AND reserve my right to be mad when whoever wins gets in there and serves his (and maybe soon her) own interests.

    Comment by shenra — April 9, 2007 @ 11:33 pm | Reply

  2. I guess that’s o.k. if that’s the way you feel, but when you live in a world of “democracy” someone has to get voted in, so if you don’t vote, I still say you can’t be mad. Maybe you should try to get out and vote, if not for president, maybe for someone locally. You never know, it may just make a difference. But then again, to each his own.

    Comment by natb07 — April 10, 2007 @ 9:50 pm | Reply

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