Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Election Day

Today is finally Election Day.  In every election since I became old enough to vote, I voted.  I cannot imagine anyone being so irresponsible that they failed to use a fundamental right that no other country in this world has, or has ever had.  Any study of history shows that all of the fundamental rights fought for by the general public, all terminated in the concept of the right to vote.  I’m sure that in any dictatorship that if the public had been given the right to vote, 98% would have voted and 100% of those 98% would have voted to eliminate the dictatorship.  Of all the rights of Americans that have been taken for granted, and in many instances have made those rights have little or no value, the right to vote stands out as number 1.  If you think for just one moment about your reactions if you were denied the right to vote, that single thought should drive you to the polls today. 


  1. Mr Rogers, I have a question for you. Is there any way I can reach you through email?

    1. Yes. Please send your email to my Executive Assistant, Fran, at FGoldberg@mynews3.com

      Thank you.