I do think mandatory voting is wrong, but it shouldn't be the washtowel imposing bans on voting. The only good excuse to not vote is that it would not be worth your time and effort. If Biden is going to get in regardless, why waste your vote, especially in states where distant big cities are going to vote against you anyways? Or, if neither candidate is any good. Bush vs Gore? Bush vs Kerry? Obama vs McCain? Obama vs Romney? In these elections, both candidates would have done about the same--which is more wars, more taxes, putting a small foreign country ahead of our own, taking away all our freedom for a little fake security, and doing nothing good.
But, when you have a religion that expressly forbids voting, or one that imposes putting a communist into office, they have to go. Do they really want a dictator like Stalin? Or for everyone to be one big blob, like the greys? When you have one side trying to fight against this and the other side pushing for this mess, it is obvious--and people should not be forced to vote against liberty and freedom or to not vote at all when it matters. I, for one, favor voting for the candidate that you legitimately think is going to do a better job in bringing your country in the direction you want it to go, not the one that some leader in a distant city (religious or not) or some communist employer or conglomerate that controls all apartments and housing loans tells one to.