As far as our political views are concerned, James and I sometimes sit on opposite ends of the fence. And that's okay. In fact, sometimes it's a good thing. Sometimes it forces me to adopt a new perspective on something that I'm so ardently against and vice-versa. Sometimes it forces me to inspect all the candidates more closely. It certainly forces me to make sure I know my P's and Q's at all times in case I get blindsided by a sneak attack.
I'm not going to tell you who I'm voting for today. Mostly because (a) I've seen what happens when people blog about politics, and it ain't pretty, and (b) where would the fun be in that?
No matter what side of the fence you sit on, I just hope that you guys are all going to go out and exercise your right to VOTE. I don't care what your political affiliation is. I don't much care who you intend to vote for. The only thing that truly matters, is that you do it.
At the end of the day, you may not agree with everything that I believe, but I think we can at least come to the general consensus that we are blessed to live in a country where we can have some say as to which direction it's heading in.
So get out there today and make sure your voice is heard.