Sunday, October 08, 2006

A Relevant Example

Read this article to get a solid view of what happens when dissatisfied people boycott elections. A bad situation can become much worse. Had they stayed in the game, in spite of their objections over the process, they would have a solid set of legs to stand on.

You cannot escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today.

- Abraham Lincoln

Those are somber words Abe. They apply to family, elections and North Korean dictators, threatening to put Nukes on the black market.


RT said...

Ok...I'll suck it up, put aside my recent disdain for politicians and vote next month. But seriously, voting in NJ is like hitting your head against the wall.

Insolublog said...

Your talking to someone who has lived over forty years in the land of bilk and muni, Taxachusetts. It has never stopped me.

RT said...

Guess I'm just tired and angry. "I hear ya."

Wyatt Earp said...

Abe? Is slavery a bond issue this cycle?


Damian G. said...

Lincoln must not have agreed with Ren Franklin's logic on the matter then.

Insolublog said...

Wyatt - heh. A treasury bond issue.

Damian - Oh well. Maybe he should have consulted Boor Richard's almanac.