I Vote


“I do’t vote for a party, I vote for the person,” he said.

“Bullshit,” says I.  “You don’t have enough time or money to do a through research job on even one of the candidates on the ballot.  You’re not kidding me.  Either you don’t vote, possibly because you are too lazy or you believe the lies that the RepubliKKKan party is spewing and you don’t want to admit it.”

That exchange took place between a brother-in-law and me last November.  He hasn’t spoken to me since.  You can’t begin to believe how much I do not miss talking to him.

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