Tuesday, November 4, 2008

I've said it before and I'll say it again.

My fellow Americans, today is Election Day. I will not spend much time on this post as I myself am getting ready to cast my vote for this most historic election. But I will spend time on conveying my deep convictions to you about how important it is to vote. Most people think, "I'm just one person, how can I make a difference?" In 1960 a young man from Massachusetts won the election by 112,827 votes. Do you realize that on a game day in Norman we're just shy of that number by less than 10 thousand people?

I have said this before and I'll say it again. Your vote counts. And furthermore, if you don't vote, then you have forfeited your right to complain about the next administration. Your vote is your opportunity to use your freedom of speech to say what you want for this country for the next four years.
It is that simple. It really is.

Have a good day and may the best man win.

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