RAINY DAY THINGS, As an adjunct to Rainy Day Thoughts, here go all political debates. In all cases, what is here is opinion.
Monday, November 07, 2011
Be sure you vote Tuesday. It is a privilege that some have given their lives to keep possible. I've heard the argument it doesn't matter. I say if you don't like the choices this election, vote anyway and work for better choices next time. Voting is part of living in a democracy, and I don't buy the arguments from non-voters. To me, it's an unwillingness to be responsible. Considering the price some paid for that, it's enough to make a person cry that they think they can now make a difference by sitting home. Sorry but sitting home satisfies one group and they are the victors in such a choice. Some states have more significant choices than others, like Ohio and Mississippi, but if you are voting for a governor or replacing a legislator who retired, it's critical for you too.
In my late 60s, I was born and am still living in the Pacific Northwest. My interests are writing, creativity, dreams, relationships, politics, photography, aging, country living, transitions, our senses (all 6), and spirituality.
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