Q1: What do you mean by "making your vote count"? Every vote is
counted. That is the law.
A: Your vote is numerically counted. However, t
he odds are ten thousand to one,
that the same
president will be elected, regardless of how you have
In that sense, your
vote does NOT count very much.
Q2: OK, agreed. Do you have a better way to make my vote count?
To make your vote count
, if winning equal citizenship for yourself and your
offspring is your priority, then you may want to
vote according to 80-20's
Q3: Why? Why should I let 80-20 influence my vote?
A: For 2 reasons. First, you and 80-20 share the same goal. That is, to use the
presidential election as
a golden opportunity to get the next president to
help us achieve equal citizenship. Secondly,
80-20 can bargain with the
while most of you can not.
So, as 80-20 empowers you by getting goodies from the presidential
, you need to empower 80-20 by
voting in accordance with
80-20's recommendation. That creates a win-win
Q4: I am getting it. 80-20 uses the AsAm bloc vote as a tool to either
the candidate, who share our concerns, or punish those who
Right. Your support gives 80-20 clout. That clout will help AsAms to win our
Q5: So how do you think 80-20 will recommend this time on Oct. 29?
A: 80-20 will recommend one of the following 5 ways:
(1) Endorse Hillary Clinton (HC); or,
(2) Endorse Donald Trump (DT); or,
(3) Endorse HC WITH RESERVATION, if 80-20 deems that she didn't help
us enough to have earned all our
(4) Endorse DT WITH RESERVATION, for the reason stated above; or,
(5) NO endorsement for either.
Comment: Wow, I love 80-20. Instead of being subservient, you have the guts
tell the presidential candidates what you think. I now understand
what you meant by "making my vote count."
Through 80-20, every
AsAm has been empowered to reward or
punish the politicians
depend on whether they are willing to help us back
or not. One
Q6: What do you think of
a few small
groups of individuals doing
presidential candidates these days?
A: This is a free country, anyone can endorse. A point that every AsAm should
whether these endorsers
pressed the endorsed candidate to
publicly promise helping AsAms back
, if elected. That
the moral obligation
of any group that wants to publicly endorse candidates, when AsAms are
still 2nd class citizens. If that obligation was not fulfilled, then
shame on this
type of endorsers!
are placing their personal political interests ahead of
the interests of the entire AsAm community.
Got it. I'll vote for our group interest so long as AsAms are not equal
citizens yet. That is, I'll vote according to what 80-20 will recommend
on Oct. 29.
S. B. Woo