In the lead up to the presidential election, I read a lot of emails from people who were very concerned that they were being politically targeted and that their voice was not being heard. In the same vain, some people were also saying that they were fed up with voting for the same party ever again, that they wanted a change. So when the Doonesbury Election Map came out, what did we learn from it? Did the citizens of DC forget to tell a soul that they had just voted the other way, or did they in fact pass a law to prevent others from telling a soul that they had voted the wrong way?
I was asked recently by an acquaintance if he thought that it was okay to show the voters that they had voted the wrong way. He said; “I think it is pretty clear that they didn’t have a choice, they either vote the Democrats or the Republicans. If they don’t then they’re just another registered Democrat or Republican and they will be counted as a loser, which of course they are. If they vote the Democrats they get all the goodies and they might get another term or more but they cannot be counted on to win anyway. They need to be taught a lesson and that is what I intend to do”.
|Released Date||September 8, 2020 (Deauville)|
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If the voters want to feel a little bit of political freedom and they wish to express their independence, then they should make sure that they don’t abuse their right to vote. That is their right and we ought to respect that right. So when they go to vote, they should do so without fear, intimidation or any other such dirty tricks. If you don’t like the new Doonesbury District Election Map you can find one online and look at it. There are some really nice maps showing the current House and Senate races, and their districts.