Russell Brand has proven that he knows quite a bit about politics, and isn’t just some sill comedian who will be making jokes about the 2016 election. Instead, Brand gave a brilliant interview explaining the viewpoint of millions of Americans who wonder if they should even vote in the next Presidential election. Why vote when both candidates leave much to be desired?
While there are plenty who would vehemently defend the voting process in the United States, those who really examine the protocols realize that the public really isn’t given much of a choice. Many poll goers are simply left to vote for the presidential candidate that they feel is less evil.
Should you vote in the 2016 election? You have a few years to make your decision, but if there is no revolution like Brand suggests, it may just be a wasted trip to the polling location.
Does Voting Even Matter?
Not necessarily. The electoral college is the body that actually elects the next President – not the people. While they do typically side with the majority in any given state, they are not obligated by law to do so, and have historically voted against the masses in close elections.
Regardless of whether you chose to vote Republican or Democrat on election day 2016, your vote won’t really count. Sorry, but it’s true. Thankfully, there are sites like this that allow you to show the entire world who you would vote for – without the hassle of going to a local voting location.
Vote Online Instead
Vote Online for the President in our mock online poll without wasting more than 30 seconds of your precious time. Unlike the political superpowers, we simply want to show the world who would win if there was actually a fair election where the popular vote winner gets elected. We’ll be updating the voting options for new candidates as they announce their intent to run for President in 2016.