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Monday, November 03, 2008

What to do Tomorrow

This is my quadrennial message to all of my friends of voting age. If you haven't already done so, go out tomorrow and vote. It is more than just your civic duty, whatever that means. It is your moral responsibility. To say that your vote doesn't count is a pathetic cop out. It does. The last two presidential elections have been won on very slim margins. There have been a couple of important senate and gubernatorial races that were decided on just a few votes.

It is pretty easy to bitch about what is wrong with our country and our government from the comfort of your armchair. But if you don't get out of it long enough to cast your ballot, your right to complain gets thrown out the window.

So, regardless of your political persuasion, cast your ballot tomorrow. And if you have to wait in line for a long time...well, good! That's as it should be. See you tomorrow at the polls!

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