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 The choices that people make are often based as much on their judgment as perspective. In fact, judgment and perspective are not mutually exclusive. One stems from the other. If there is no perspective, there can be no judgment and if there is a judgment there has to be a perspective. Thus, every choice that an individual makes is a reflection of their perspective.
  In no other situation is one's perspective judged by society as much as during an election. This is probably because in most countries, there are limited political options as to where you can stand as a voter. Thus, every single voter has to choose, based on his or her perspective as to which party they want to vote for.
  Hence, every choice that an individual makes as a voter is a representation of their personal perspective and every decision can as easily be argued for or against, because perspective cannot be judged, it can only be challenged by another.


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