In case any of you have forgotten, my friend Jill submitted this post today to remind us of the horrific scene that played out in Washington, DC two years ago today. Look at the pictures, whether you want to or not, and be grateful that what very nearly happened that day, didn’t. President Biden will be awarding the Presidential Citizens Medal today to twelve courageous people who stood in resolute opposition to donald trump and his mob. They did so at great personal sacrifice, up to and including their lives. This absolutely cannot, MUST NOT ever happen again. It’s on all of us to make sure it doesn’t. Larry
Okay, I just went and voted this morning. Fortunately, it was quick and easy.
Have you voted yet? If not, today’s the day!
Remember, in the U.S.A., we have a say in how our country is to be governed. That is our privilege, it is our right, and our responsibility.
I’m sure you’ve already heard and read enough about what’s at stake this year, so I won’t rehash it all here. You know.
So go, if you haven’t already, and help us determine our future.
And here’s a reminder from TokyoSand at politicalcharge.org:
And remember, if you run into any problems casting your ballot, (or know of anyone who has issues), call (866) OUR-VOTE immediately. The trained volunteers at the Election Protection Hotline will be able to help you.
Have a good day, and thanks for voting! 😊🇺🇸