I’m going to go out on a limb and share what may be an unpopular opinion: not voting in this election (November 8, 2016), is an extremely irresponsible decision. I was out to dinner last weekend, and some friends-of-friends (aka acquaintances haha) that I’d just met were gloating about how they weren’t going to vote in the presidential election.
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I also adore this list of 10 reasons to vote. It’s short and sweet, while getting the point across about honoring our civic duty. As the list points out, Benjamin Franklin said, “What have we got, a republic or a monarchy? A republic, if you can keep it!”
comment rencontrer un homme a 60 ans I know that this is a casual little blog on a tiny section of the Internet, but I think it’s foolish to pretend that blogging exists in a bubble. This election affects us all and we darn well better act like it. After all, Gil Sery said: “Apathy gets you the government we have today.”