Tuesday, March 23, 2010

Rev. Al Sharpton on Why Votes Matter

There are many reasons why folks voted for Obama. He was the anti-Bush. He’s well spoken (right, Harry Reid?). He’s learned and elite. He was the salve to assuage that nagging white guilt. He looks good in a suit. Hope. Change.

Finally, Rev. Al lays out what all those good intentions mean. Votes matter, folks.

What your posterity has been stuck with via this one simple election can possibly change this country forever. Think about that the next time you go to the polls.


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