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    Boring.

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    Yesss.

    Hmm i wonder whether @Salomé even voted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by riva View Post
    Yesss.

    Hmm i wonder whether @Salomé even voted.
    She got into an argument while waiting in the queue and then spent the rest of the day in jail for kicking the old misogynist in the nuts.

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    What's crazy:

    The participation rate of 84.5% topped the previous best of 83.9% recorded in the 1950 general election and dwarfed the tallies in recent Westminster polls, which saw 65.1% vote in 2010.
    Getting 50% of the USA to vote in anything seems to be a hell of an achievement on our side of the Atlantic. I think the presidential election of 2008 had around 56% of eligible voters voting, and 2012 had a slight drop, and that's probably the most "popular" election we run.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    What's crazy:



    Getting 50% of the USA to vote in anything seems to be a hell of an achievement on our side of the Atlantic. I think the presidential election of 2008 had around 56% of eligible voters voting, and 2012 had a slight drop, and that's probably the most "popular" election we run.
    I think the reason behind it is rather simple: Yesterday, you could actually affect something with your vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    The Scots would be idiotic to leave.

    Their economy would stagnate as an independent Scotland couldn't possibly have a currency union in these circumstances. In reality the people who stand to gain the most are the English - Scotland is disproportionately a welfare drain.

    If they do split, it will just be a further sign that the country is falling apart. Civil war by 2030.
    It's actually the opposite. It would be pretty disastrous to England but pretty damn great for Scotland economy wise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Getting 50% of the USA to vote in anything seems to be a hell of an achievement on our side of the Atlantic. I think the presidential election of 2008 had around 56% of eligible voters voting, and 2012 had a slight drop, and that's probably the most "popular" election we run.
    Hooray for complete polarization!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    It's actually the opposite. It would be pretty disastrous to England but pretty damn great for Scotland economy wise.
    Hmmm. That's not what I've read at all. Where'd you find that?

    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    I think the reason behind it is rather simple: Yesterday, you could actually affect something with your vote.
    Oh, take your clear-minded rationality and go smoke a haggis.

    Quote Originally Posted by jscrothers View Post
    Hooray for complete polarization!
    Yes, I cast that poorly.
    The USA is actually doing an exquisite balancing job rivaled by none.

    The parties are almost balanced.
    The voters vs non-voters are almost balanced.
    The gay marriage issue is so far swinging back and forth.

    We are the tight-rope walkers precariously perched, teetering, above the circus-tent dirt floor, doing our best not to fall and have to swing one way or the other.

    It takes hard work and dedicated to be so well balanced and, thus, immobile.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Yes, I cast that poorly.
    The USA is actually doing an exquisite balancing job rivaled by none.

    The parties are almost balanced.
    The voters vs non-voters are almost balanced.
    The gay marriage issue is so far swinging back and forth.

    We are the tight-rope walkers precariously perched, teetering, above the circus-tent dirt floor, doing our best not to fall and have to swing one way or the other.

    It takes hard work and dedicated to be so well balanced and, thus, immobile.
    Oh yeah. But our sense of balance is quite like having hundred-pound weights at the ends of a twig, rather than having a 200 pound pole with its weight distributed evenly or at the center. They're all balanced, sure, but ... ..

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    They do mind control here.

    The MEP for this country is a schizophrenic psychic who frequently solicits sex from prostitutes and tortures less privileged schizophrenics as a blood sport.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JAHM4-HoYLQ

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