Get out and Vote

Vote

Vote

If you don’t vote today, you don’t get to complain about the direction of the country.  You don’t get to complain about the war in Iraq, foreign policy, education, global warming, health care, reproductive rights, or anything else.

Some people find it easy to say, “I don’t want to stand in that long line just to vote.”  But by saying that people are forgetting the people who gave their lives just so all Americans could have the right to vote.  If you don’t vote I don’t want to hear you talk about politics.  If you don’t care enough to vote today, you give the signal that you don’t care about the people who fought and gave their lives so you could have the right to vote.  And that’s just plain sad and disrespectful.

~Vulcanella

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November 4, 2008. Election 2008.

2 Comments

  1. moderndomestic replied:

    I voted!

  2. ferosha replied:

    I am 100 percent supportive of the new rule that if you don’t vote you don’t get to complain. At least don’t complain to me. non-voters be warned, you complaints will fall on deaf ears.

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