A vote is a precious thing.
Now, you may not think so because you have been deceived these many years into voting for the lesser of two evils.
A vote is a precious thing because you are selecting a person who will set the nation’s agenda, an agenda that will affect you, your children and grandchildren.
What kind of country do you wish to have?
Will you have a country that’s focused on God and treating your fellow man properly, or will you have a country that’s focused on greed and personal glory?
The President of the United States enjoys the unique ability to set the agenda for the nation simply by choosing what he or she speaks about.
Have any of these candidates in recent years spoken to the substantive root causes of the problems of our nation?
Or have they given us one-liners, snappy retorts, slogans and temporary fixes to stanch the bleeding?
If we are going to fix the affairs of the nation, would you agree that we’re going to need deeper thinking than what we are getting?
Are there any candidates that provide that or are willing to provide that?
When you vote for the lesser of two evils, which these days is usually a candidate who does not or will not provide substantive thought, aren’t you really saying that mediocre is okay?
Well, is mediocre okay?
Beyond that, have any of these candidates earned your vote?
As I say, a vote is a precious thing. That you do not realize such does not make it any less precious.
You have been deceived these many years into voting for the lesser of two evils. You have been deceived into voting for mediocrity.
A vote for the sake of voting is a vote for mediocrity.
Can you really say that you are a good citizen by voting for mediocrity?
It’s Important to ask because the powers that be have convinced you that you are not a good citizen if you do not vote.
When you choose not to vote for the lesser of two evils, you are voting against mediocrity.
You are saying to the leaders that your vote must be earned.
By not voting for mediocrity, you are casting a vote for quality.
Instead of you downgrading your game, let the politicians upgrade their game.
Let them find you.
Archer Crosley MD