Go Vote Tomorrow. Please.
It’s Monday, and nobody likes Mondays. Your weekend is over. You’re back to work. You probably have stuff to catch up on. You’re totally not looking forward to the next five days of this, right?
But this Monday is special. This one is a little different than most Mondays. You see, tomorrow is Tuesday. The first Tuesday in November. If, like us, you live in America (or Amerricuh) you get to vote. This happens every year of course, but it’s a national election year, so naturally people care more.
I’m not going to lie; I’m quite interested in politics and economics. I understand people being disappointed in the process and their politicians. But think about this: When is the last time you were able to appease millions of people all with different ideas about how you should do something?
Are you a Democrat? A Republican? Libertarian? Independent? Communist? Socialist? You should vote. I’ve always liked Barney Frank because he always seems to take a no-nonsense attitude to questions. When people complain about him, he asks if they vote. He figures that if you’re not in his district, then you don’t matter to him because you’re not one of his constituents. Don’t vote? Then you’re not one of his constituents.
So you want to complain about everything wrong with American politics or the electoral process? Vote. Punch your ticket and lend your voice to the rest of the electorate.
More important than all of this is that voting makes you a part of something. Be a part of the process. We all want the best things for us, our neighbors, and children. So go out to your local polling place tomorrow and vote.
If you are unsure of where you need to go tomorrow to vote, you can find out from Google. Just put in your address, and it will tell you who is on your local ballot and where your particular polling place is (ours is at a Senior Center).