Monday, November 3, 2008

This is it ya'll...

This is that point where you decide what you really believe in; who you really are when there's nobody around to judge; how much you really care about making a difference. Tomorrow is the day when we show the world what the future holds for our country, both here at home, and as a part of the global community.

If you've been to this little back-alley blog before, you know who we support here at AYCE. There is only one man who has shown the qualities we feel necessary to bring this country back to the level of leadership and respectability it once had, and that man is Barack Obama. But even if he's not the candidate you feel comfortable endorsing, you must get out and let your voice be heard. Too many people gave up way too much for those of us who live in this nation to ignore their right, if not responsibility, to be involved in the political system.

That said, if you still haven't made up your mind on who you really feel is best suited to run this nation, don't just abstain. Go to your polling area and talk to people. Talk to the people who live in your neighborhood about what matters most to them, and which candidate fits the bill for your needs. If there's one thing that people like to discuss and share their opinions about (other than who's better: Biggie or Pac), it's politics.

I understand though, standing with 10,000 of your "closest friends" in long-ass lines sounds about as inviting as a Marky Mark and the Funky Bunch reunion tour. But it is not only your right, it is your chance to tell people who you really are and what really matter most in your world.

Now, if you need a little more inspiration, (and you actually made it this far...sorry for the wordiness), watch this video right now, and then go cast your vote:

/standing ovation still going
I can't wait for the new beginning, how 'bout you?

P.S. - If that wasn't convincing enough, there's always "plan b":

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