I’m am not about to discuss your political affiliation, your bent towards the conservative or liberal, or even the color of your socks. I really, truly don’t care. What I do care about is that this coming Tuesday, the Second of November, you get to your friendly local polling place and support whatever candidates, programs, referendums, questions or whatever, and vote for the ones you, personally, like. Because I’m going to be doing the same thing for the ones I personally agree with. What matters is the action of voting, even more than who or what you vote for. It is this action, this freedom that is given to us to actively participate in governing our city, our county, our state, our nation, that is important, not who or what you vote for. Action speaks louder than words, it is said, so speak with your vote or be quiet. If you choose not to vote, then I say you are failing yourself and your country! You are not a participant in the great, ongoing experiment that is our form of democracy, and you are the worse for not experiencing it. But please, remember one thing: if you don’t vote, don’t come crying to me or anyone else that the whole country is going to hell in a hand-basket. You had the chance when the polls opened and chose not to take it, and it is you who must live with the consequences of non-participation.
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