In only seven short days, the American people will storm the polls to cast their ballot for their next president, the next leader of the Free World.
There’s been all this mudslinging between the Republican and Democratic campaigns. Nasty namecalling, adamant arguing about one another’s policies’ incompetence—all the stuff you’d expect to see on the campaign trail.
You can argue all you want about whose policies are better for the country.
But come November 4, it doesn’t matter whether you vote for Obama, McCain, Nader, Barr, or whoever you may be voting for.
What matters is you make your voice heard on November 4. What matters is you vote.
I’m not an American, but I know enough to know that whatever happens there will affect what happens here.
Which is why I’m asking you to vote, for your sake, for mine and for the world’s.
Let’s stop arguing who to vote for. What matters is that we vote. Suffrage is a right, but far more than that, it’s a responsibility. Rock ‘n’ roll.
[BTW, Dean Lozarie endorses Barack Obama for President of the United States. Obama, for a Deantastic America and a Deantastic world.]