Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Take your stand as ONE VOICE in AMERICA!

Rush Limbaugh, Barack Obama, Carly Fiorina, Nancy Pelosi, Sarah Palin, Harry Reid - all these people have something in common with YOU! Yes, ALL of them. They have ONE vote. They stand for ONE voice in the collective 'VOICE OF THE PEOPLE'! Yes, their voices are loud and we all know far too much about what they say but they were once a voice that blended with the crowd. Their voices once were hardly heard above the collective voice of America. Years ago they were where you are now - part of the silent majority that could make a difference.

There are so many voices in America that at times we may feel that our one voice, our one vote could never make a difference. If our government is to be ruled by the people then we must at least cast our vote and do our part to be heard. We must do all we can. Integrity requires nothing more nor less.

Today, in Arizona, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned a requirement that people show valid proof of citizenship to vote. The court felt that the requirement was an "obstacle" to getting citizens out to vote - yet, interestingly, the same court ruled that some form of photo ID was not too stringent a ruling. Could the court have felt that the actual requirement to be a U.S. Citizen must have been too stringent?

To read the article click here.

This is my part to urge EVERYONE who cares about protecting our "unalienable" or God given rights to please make sure you cast your vote. Please contact everyone you know and remind, even urge them to vote. It is of the utmost importance.

JOIN ME in taking your stand as ONE VOICE in the VOICE of the PEOPLE!


Anonymous said...

When you run for office, I want to be one of your Graphic Designers.

- Don (James) Payne

Anonymous said...

Thank you very much for the patriotic reminder!

And, it's never been easier to educate a voter. Prior to going to the polls- know the issues, know the candidates.

Texas makes it easy to print the ballot for your precinct. Just go to and with a few clicks you can find your voter ID#, where to vote, AND a copy of your precincts ballot at the polls. Take that same ballot and start investigating the candidates and stances.

- Justin Cook

GramGrampsGazette said...

I'll be voting for sure -- Grammie, as a town clerk for years, was in charge of voting in her town for all elections, and always taught the importance of having your voice heard! Every vote is counted and does count towards putting someone into office!

Justin's suggestion is good advice too! Review things one more time before going to smart.

Merf said...

I always enjoy your exuberant comments on the state of the Union and our part in it.

btw---your song at church was lovely.

pss...this will give you the link to my blog!

3 birds with one stone!