NO! – We shal remain, willfully ignorant of the slow death of our democracy.
30%
YES! – A global resistance to wealth & power is brewing and US citizens will soon join the revolt.
70%

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dianhow 4 years 41 weeks ago

I wasn't sure how to vote since many folks have been ignorant and seemed to be lambs to the slaughter I decided to be optomistic and voteYES Speak Out People now before we have lost everything and huge Corps, con judges & DC lobbyists finish the US off

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Russell Vaughan 4 years 41 weeks ago

This was a tough one. The fact Scott Walker is very slightly ahead in Wisconsin and Liz Warren is neck and neck in Massachusetts is disturbing. I don't know how far down the road we are going to get before these people wake up. Very depressing.

clarlynn 4 years 41 weeks ago

In the name of all that is decent, I sure hope so. It's hard to stay optimistic when the country has come to even this point, but I believe just as we rose up to fight for our independence, we will again. The sad part is that we will have to fight for it.

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arky12 4 years 41 weeks ago

If it's not done this year, then there will be a really big uprising once people start to experience a total meltdown of the democracy and realize their mistake.

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ronsonntag 4 years 41 weeks ago

One way or another. I hope the easy way. Koch brothers, listen up! You are going down. No amount of money can protect you from the MILLIONS that are against you. Change your ways or be swept away!

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washnwmn 4 years 41 weeks ago

Go Liz Warren...the bravest candidate our there, in my book and we need a lot more of them.

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rashaw 4 years 41 weeks ago

Hi from Canada.

I probably shouldn't involve in your politics but we're cousins, right?

So Elizabeth Warren for next President after she's seated in the Senate.

Real hope and change, not the wishy washy politics of Obama.

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