Once again it's Election Day, a day when we can exercise both our right to vote & our duty to vote wisely. I won't tell you how to vote, I'll simply say I hope you've done your homework and vote for the person you honestly think will do the best job and not the one some political hack tells you to vote for.
Personally, I'll admit that this year I've been torn in many ways. Just as an example, what has come to be known as "Obamacare" offers my son his best shot at receiving decent medical care for the rest of his life, but what will be the final cost to my daughter? What's more, the very politicians who are most likely to make sure my son gets what he will need for a comfortable life inspite of his autisms are also the ones most likely to try to take away my rights to own a gun.
So exercise your right to vote, but do it well. Think before you pull that handle or punch that button. What you decide today will shape our nation for years to come. Make sure you vote for the person who will really do what you want and need, not just make pretty promises.