Monday, June 28, 2004
Vote Vote Vote

Hey folks -

I'm still in a bit of a posting stall, but this is enough to make me temporarily shake off those cobwebs: Canadians, go vote today. After all, if you don't, then you forfeit your right to complain.

But it's about more than the right to whine after the fact - the right to vote is one of the most important rights that we have, up there with free speech, et al. As insignificant as it can appear at times, a single vote never truly is. You have a chance to have your say in the direction this country is going. If you keep silent, then you are allowing others to dictate to you what the next five, ten, or hundred years of your life are going to be like. And nobody wants that.

So go vote.

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