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you can't vote because of the color of your skin and your race, sorry.
actually, according to amendment 15 in our constitution, the right of the citizens of the u.s.a. to vote shall not be denied to anybody because of their race, color, or past service as a slave... so i can vote, actually.
hmph, i guess that's fair. but why should any other race be allowed to vote?
i'm glad you asked. if amendment 15 were never included in the constitution, then many, many people of color would have less rights today. the amendment allows us to vote, and that right brings us closer to equality with one another. we should be able to have the same rights as you do.
since the amendment was established in 1870, other races, colors, and past slaves were allowed to vote. even though, some others may have a problem with that right being gained, it does help our country shape into a better nation. we the people, in order to form a more perfect union, should all have the same and equal rights to bring fairness to the u.s.a.
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