I blame non voters when things go wrong

People who are unwilling to get out of their armchair to vote have only themselves to blame when there are problems
People who are unwilling to get out of their armchair to vote have only themselves to blame when there are problems

As far as politics go when something goes wrong, when bad decisions are taken or passed, when elected representatives have had a bad day, it’s always somebody’s fault but not the person/s who is to blame but are not willing to accept responsibility nor blame on the outcome of the decision/s that were taken.

Who then is to blame in this situation?

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Personally, I blame the non voters.

That is those who are not willing to leave their armchairs on voting day to chose a representative to work for the community, to better everyday living and for the good of everyone on planet earth.

So next time polling day comes around, chose someone who you know will work for the community with all fairness but to do so you have to get out of your armchairs.

If not, then, if things don’t go according to plan, you have only yourselves to blame.

Nobody else.

William Brown, Magherafelt