Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Grateful #2


In this country, we have the righ and privilege to vote.  You
can take a stand.  Make a change.  Make a difference. 
But if you don't vote you lose your voice.  I am grateful for the
oppotunity to make my voice heard.  Whether they listen or not is a
whole different story.  No matter where you stand, make your voice

1 comment:

  1. I couldn't agree more! The United States is so unique in giving it's
    citizens the right to vote. And, so many people worked so hard to make
    sure that all US citizens could vote, not just caucasion men, that I
    think it's a shame when folks carelessly toss their opportunity to make a
    difference in the way their communities and the country are governed by
    not taking the time and effort to make an informed choice.
    As a military brat with a brother serving overseas, it really hits home
    for me. And, last week I visited the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall
    in Philadelphia where our Declaration of Independence and the
    Constitution were birthed. I had been there before, but it was just as
    wonderful the second time. I highly recommend even a quick visit if you
    are ever in Philly!