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Voting is the best revenge

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Submitted by Gary E. (United States), Nov 17, 2012 at 01:21

My interpretation of "voting is the best revenge" is based on the fact that some states with Republican governors and legislatures have introduced the practice of voter suppression. How anyone could support voter suppression is beyond me. Perhaps many of the people who find this practice unconscionable decided to show their anger by getting out of the house and voting, thus "voting is the best revenge."

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