Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Election Day

Today is Election Day in America. Most voters only vote every four years. Why? That’s when we elect the President of the United States, our Commander-in-Chief.

Some are calling this election a historical day in American politics. However, is it, really? If Barack Obama wins, he becomes the first African-American President. Would an Obama victory be any more significant than John F. Kennedy becoming the first Catholic President? I guess that depends on your point-of-view.

Throughout our country’s history, the leader hasn’t always been the smartest or strongest. Often, not even the best looking, as evidenced by President William McKinley. The best leaders have been the ones who unified the populace against attacks from outsiders. Our current leader couldn’t tell his ass from a hole in the ground.

In 2000, 2004, and this year, I voted for the same individual for Chief Executive. This person is a strong leader possessing the ability to bring Americans together as one. This person is…ME!

Hail To The Chief, President Willie!!!