Tuesday, November 4, 2008


Today is a monumental day is our country.  It is a day where we get to exercise our right to choose.  We can choose who will lead our country, state or local government.  We can support education, clean air, public transportation or we can choose not to support these causes.  We have the ability to determine who the judges are that will hear our civil and criminal cases.  The most important thing way have - is the right to choose.

So whatever your political leanings, social conscience or moral compass tells you to do, follow it.  Don't be afraid of long lines - use that time to get to know your neighbors, catch up on your reading or just listen to some tunes.  Whatever you do today, just make sure that you get out and vote.  Who knows, you might qualify for free donuts, coffee, or who knows what else!


NV said...


Ann said...

I voted last week via mail...felt SO GOOD!!!

MonkeyGirl said...

NV - I hear you sista!

ANN - I was very afraid of what the lines would look like based on reports from Mr.Monkeygirl this morning. Skaterboy and I went this afternoon and there was non one there! I was kind of disappointed that I didn't have to wait hours to vote!