posted on Jun, 2 2010 @ 11:43 AM
If people honestly believe that voting alone is the way to restore a government of the people, for the people, and by the people, then we are no where
near getting our country back, and possibly five more steps back. Either people come to recognize that they hold the inherent political power, and
are in possession of inalienable rights at all times, and that it matters not who we elect to office, but how we guard our rights, and begin the
necessary process of reigning in an out of control government, or they will keep voting in the minimal percentages that we have been and tell
ourselves we did our part. I have been voting Libertarian for well over a decade now, which means I haven't voted for a winner in quite sometime,
and if I could make just one vote that counts, I vote that we place more emphasis on what we do each day as the holders of the inherent political
power, instead of pretending that the only say we have is in a voting booth.