To the editor:
As we get closer to Election Day I hear more and more people saying "I am not going to vote, my vote does not count or it won't change a thing." This way of thinking could not be any further from the truth. Not casting your vote will most certainly not change a thing. The most sacred right we as Americans have is voting. It is not just your right, it is your duty.
This upcoming election stands to be one of the most important elections in the history of our great nation. It is of the utmost of importance that we have as true a representation of "We the People" as possible. We are voting for the future generations to come. Do we continue down this path of financial irresponsibility or do we turn the ship around and finally start thinking about our grandchildren and this tremendous debt that we are putting on their backs?
We all need to be talking with family and friends and making sure that they are registered to vote and have them pledge to vote on Election Day. We must do this. We can do this. I for one will be casting my vote on Election Day. Will you?
Tea Party Patriots