No doubt I’m preaching to the choir, but…

If you haven’t yet done so, just go out and vote already!

I’ll be posting an election day diary tonight or tomorrow. I’m twitching with nerves today. But even if (heavens forfend) we have a repeat of the vote count fiasco of 2000, this election will be remembered as the one that got lots and lots of formerly apathetic people interested in the democratic process again. And because of that, I’m more optimistic than I’ve been in weeks.

2 Responses to “No doubt I’m preaching to the choir, but…”

  1. dale says:

    Yeah. AND when I think of how long it took Vietnam to become an issue (8 years or so, as I remember?), I think that on that issue, anyway, the Kerry campaign has already been a success. The issue is front & center, an alternative narrative of how exactly we got there and how it’s going now that we’re there has now been put squarely in front of the public, and even if Bush wins, Kerry’s arguments will haunt him for the next four years and — I hope anyway — come home to roost in 2008.

  2. Werner says:

    After a long search, I finally found your site. My granny used to say, that you must never give up to reach a certain aim.
    So keep on going like I did it recently.