Democracy

Today I went to the polling place to vote in the primary elections. I was illegally denied my vote by a negro woman working at the polling center. I brought proper identification, and I was registered to vote. When I left I was gently assaulted by a negro man posing as a police officer for the state, who threatened to murder me before our interactions were finished.

This really happened. I didn’t choose this.

I’ve tried offering good ideas, and nobody ever listens to me. They think I’m a “know-it-all” or I’ve “got an answer for everything”. At some point it became a social crime to be intelligent.

When you reject good ideas to spite the people who offer them, you force yourselves to live in hell.

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