.Important headlines - As If Florida's voting isn't already easy enough, you probably shouldn't be voting.
This story comes from the Sun Sentinel Florida could make it much easier for more than half a million people to vote.
A straight-forward question that demands an honest answer. Do we want informed voters? Is that important to you? There are four ways that you currently vote in Florida. First, absentee ballot, meaning without restrictions. The second way is also without restrictions and it's by mail. There's also early voting for up to ten days and lastly voting on Election Day.
Now if you can't be bothered to take the time to register to vote and participate in any one of those existing ways to vote, are you likely to be an informed voter? How can it be argued that Florida's not flexible enough with all of those ways to vote?
What goes on here is highly transparent. The Center for American Progress is a left-wing organization that's literally funded by George Soros. What's the calculation here? That uninformed voters will vote for leftists. And we're supposed to rally around that notion? Yes, it's politically correct to say that everyone should vote, etc. I completely disagree. Elections have consequences and I want informed voters showing up to make informed decisions. I want lazy and uninformed voters to stay home.
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