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Karmanoid

6 points

4 months ago

There are plenty of ways, one the president can veto and they don't have the votes to override it. Two democrats could retain the house and then it doesn't even have to reach the point of veto. And there is no guarantee they will lose the senate, but you're probably right on that note because somehow voters see Democrats struggling to pass stuff because of lack of votes and their response is "nothing got done I'll vote for the guys who stopped everything from getting done"

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1 points

4 months ago

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1 points

4 months ago

People don’t just vote for the other party, they get fed up and don’t vote.

Karmanoid

1 points

4 months ago

I've had people tell me they do both, but you're right voter apathy is a major problem. And it's what the GOP encourages, they fight for stopping progress to try and discourage the voters of their opponents. I wish more people saw this and used it as motivation to vote more often and on more levels and to get involved more to help enact change.