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Voting Results

November 2, 2010 by USA Post 

Voting Results, Election Quotes and Sayings – People say that you have the right to exercise your voice and you need a little motivation to go out in your search for polling places by zip code and yet you ask “Where do I vote?” here are some famous quotes came from voting popular politicians and political criticism in the country.

Thus, polling places by zip code, Vote 2010, voting polls, election results, quotes and election of the indicator are polling more search terms into the net right now instead of the day of the 2010 election.

Some may be funny, but some are inspired. Some might say that they are cynical, but these quotes will help you much greater in the vote, which the whole nation is exercising on Election Day 2010 today.

“Voting is the most powerful instrument ever devised by man to break the injustice and destroying the walls that imprison men because they are terrible different from other men.” – Lyndon B. Johnson

“Republicans, Democrats appear to have stolen the election. Democrats, Republicans appear to have stolen the election. And those of us independent of the two old parties know they are both entitled “Kevin Zeese -.

“Vote: the instrument and symbol of the power of a free man to laugh at himself and a wreck of his country.” – Ambrose Bierce

“Nobody will ever deprive the American people the right to vote except the American people itself and the only way they could do is not to vote.” – Franklin D. Roosevelt

“Voting is the most precious right of all citizens, and we have a moral obligation to ensure the integrity of our voting process.” – Hillary Clinton

“All voting is a sort of game, like chess or backgammon, with a faint moral to it, a game with good and evil.” – Henry David Thoreau

“Voting is the most powerful instrument ever devised by man to break the injustice and destroying the walls that imprison men because they are terrible different from other men.” – Lyndon Johnson

“Bad officials are elected by good citizens who do not vote.” – George Jean Nathan

“All voting is a sort of game, like chess or backgammon, with a faint moral to it, a game with good and evil.”

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