Most Americans don't vote. Out of a country with a population of 300 million, 228 million of whom are at least 18 years old, only 121 million voted for George W. Bush or John Kerry in the last presidential election.
President Bush won with 62 million votes, meaning that only a little over one-fifth of the people present in the United States actually selected him. The percentage would be higher, but not enough to change the analysis, after taking into account the presence of non-U.S. citizens who can't (at least legally) vote.
MoveOn.org is hoping to … Read more