Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Vote Early, Vote Often

All kidding aside, and whether you vote late and only once, cast your vote.

As yours truly heads out to the polls, I would like to remind all my readers that your vote makes a difference. Today I am casting my ballot to ensure that every single American is guaranteed precisely the same rights and privileges as every other American. Because without that, none of the other issues really matter.


1 comment:

  1. I bought the BBC America series "Copper" this week on Blu Ray. It deals with an Irish-American Union veteran turned police detective in 1864 New York. In one episode they depict a contemporary election - extremely corrupt due to Tammany's rule over the city. One man voted twice - once under his own name, and the other under the name "Tim Bayliss". I laughed: it was the name of a detective in the producers' 1990s series "Homicide: Life on the Streets." Not a bad show but (as if it needed to be said) don't go there for historical accuracy.