A growing number of Americans are taking the advice of the late comedian George Carlin. Carlin proudly proclaimed that he never voted. He described voting as a meaningless exercise in self-gratification. He said he’d rather get his jollies doing something more productive.
A growing number of Americans are taking the advice of the late comedian George Carlin. Carlin proudly proclaimed that he never voted. He described voting as a meaningless exercise in self-gratification. He said he’d rather get his jollies doing something more productive. David G. Massey Associated Press file/2003
A growing number of Americans are taking the advice of the late comedian George Carlin. Carlin proudly proclaimed that he never voted. He described voting as a meaningless exercise in self-gratification. He said he’d rather get his jollies doing something more productive. David G. Massey Associated Press file/2003

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Andrew Fiala

Andrew Fiala is a professor of philosophy and director of The Ethics Center at Fresno State.