I just voted. Sure, I had to get in the car and drive to the library. It took away from my writing time, and now I’m behind. But honestly, people, it takes me longer to make a sandwich.
If you want to turf the asshats that are running the joint, vote.
If you’re even more afraid of who is looking to replace the asshats that are running the joint, vote.
The Democratic Party gave out donuts at my polling place. They only needed a few. They gave me two, and a hug. The Republicans did too, but they saw me pulling up in the Prius and didn’t offer me any. I’m an Independent, so I could have had both and not felt too guilty.
I’ve voted in every election since I was eligible. There a couple that I’d like to take back on both sides of the aisle. But not once did I have to stand in front of a tank, run a military gauntlet, or choke on tear gas to do it. All I had to do was take a moment out of my day, and fill out a few circles. Does that sound so difficult?
Regardless of who you are voting for, vote. And if you don’t, I don’t want to hear you complain when it’s over. ‘Nuff Said.