Black People Politics : Why Black People Should Not Vote In The 2016 Presidential Election

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  1. Liberty

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    It’s Presidential election season, and like clockwork, the Democratic candidates are pandering for the Black vote with the same empty rhetoric that we hear every four years.


    Hillary Clinton is on the campaign trail doing the latest negro dances like the Whip and the Nae Nae. And Bernie Sanders is surrounding himself with groups of Black people without actually committing to doing anything specific for Black Americans.

    It’s no secret that many Black Americans are disheartened by president Barack Obama’s hateful neglect of the issues plaguing Black society. Consequently, this has cause many Black people to be disheartened by the election process in general.

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    "Black people should not vote for Hillary Clinton or Bernie Sanders. And obviously we should not vote for Trump"

    republicans win when the turnout is low. by not voting you ARE voting for trump.
     
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    Right wing or left wing. Two wings on the same white bird
     
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    if you COINTELPRO what is the best way to harm black people?
    teach them that it is 'hip' not to use the vote that their fathers died to procure.
     
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    Pick a candidate and VOTE.
    No one is obligated to announce who the will be voting for.
    Determinie your own reasoning and VOTE.
    Blacks cannot remove ourselves from the political process by refusing to vote. Expecially at this time when the right to vote is under attack. Why should we help this cause by refusing to vote.
    There are 4 candidates, choose one and vote. To not vote as a group only makes the point that we are incapable of the reasoning needed to know sometimes it's not going to be easy to May a choice.
    Accountability should be the conversation. How do we hold a candidate accountable for campaign promises.

    I've always voted and I will be voting in this presidential election.

    VOTE
     
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    There is always the option to vote Independent.
     
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    And you are telling me this for what?
     
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    No answer huh?
     
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