Political Debates and Voting

Politics – they are all around us. And that’s a good thing.

As someone wise said one day, this country is “for the people, by the people.” So, politics and voting is a privilege that we need to take seriously. Too often we vote for the same person our uncle/mother/brother/friend is voting for. You were created with a brain – use it 🙂

Read this at Real Live Preacher to help you decide how to vote – no, it doesn’t tell you who to vote for, but it outlines a process to go through to help you decide.

Happy Voting 🙂

1 thought on “Political Debates and Voting”

  1. being a resident (formerly known as Aliens) I cannot vote. Amazing that I am a hardworking, taxpaying resident for almost 20 years and I cannot voice or choose a candidate that I want. Even more ironic, laws made eons ago read that as a person with 50% or more Native blood I qualify to live, work or go to school freely in this great land we call America without having to go through the rigamarole of green cards and citizenship…
    So why not pursue citizenship one might ask? well, it seems redundant that I should acquire a citizen card in my own land.
    …on a lighter note, I have to find my brain some days before I can use it…lol

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