We’re one day out from the election.
One day from finding out what our future will look like.
Supposedly this is the most important election of our time – though I suspect that might be overly optimistic, but it’ll take the rest of our time, however long we have, to be certain.
You’re expecting some big, long winded, in depth, final push from me, aren’t you?
I don’t have one.
If you don’t know who the candidates are by now, if you’re unaware of current events or the challenges before us, then I can’t help you. It’s too damned late.
That way you can lay blame with a clear conscience and complain bitterly no matter how it shakes out, secure in your moral high ground and safe in your ambivalent disdain.
If you’ve been paying attention these last few month, these last eight years, these last four decades, then you know what’s at stake here. You know what you have to do and you know why. You don’t need me to tell you.
So do it.
Get to the polls, Citizen. Do your duty to yourself, to your nation, to the future.
And when you’ve done your duty as citizens of the Republic, do your duty as Americans.
Help those who need it, don’t allow them to be disenfranchised. Stand steadfast before the hateful mob and guarantee the rights of your fellows – no matter what political party they belong to or what candidate they’re voting for.
For without you, liberty dies.
Good luck, America