Thursday, February 21, 2008

Does my vote really count?

I've just checked if I'm selected to vote for the coming election and it seems that I am selected...

The question on my mind is not which party to vote for but somehow rather I keep asking myself does my vote really count?
I'm sure some of us heard rumours saying that our voting system isn't fair and all that, I don't know who is right or who is wrong, seriously I cannot tell because I'm not involved in counting the votes or anything that might change the outcome so I cannot really say much.
Where on earth do you all get these information anyway?

I believe it is important to vote for election, as a citizen I seriously do. I remembered that I once watched a short clip about democracy and how every vote counts.
It goes something like this...
All votes are collected and put in to a truck, and it is then moved to a power station and thrown into a furnace that generates eletricity for a light bulb of a man's toilet in a cheap apartment.
Anyway, to those people whom I told them to register for election but didn't do so, good choice perhaps and to those who are still clueless if they are selected to vote, click here to check and remember, every vote counts.


The Mrs Blogs said...

I think it's very important to vote, every vote counts and hopefully, it will make a difference this time around. Will you be voting for the first time this GE then?

HuonHengChai said...

I'll be voting, still making up my mind on who to vote thou.

The Mrs Blogs said...

Well, just look around you and see what’s really going on with the country and then decide who to vote.

I’ll be posting up my 50 reasons for not voting BN next week :)