November 4, 2008. Election Day. I vote every election because way too many people have died fighting to protect that right and freedom. I don't take that lightly. I don't vote just because a candidate is the same race as me. I don't vote because a candidate maybe of the same gender as I am. I vote all the time because I have the right and I exercise that right to honor those who died in the field of battle, so I can have those rights. If that makes you think that I sound like I'm better than you, well, I AM.
I remember back in 2004. The first presidential elections after Sept 11, 2001. Here we are having the freedom and right to vote. Nothing those camel jockey bastards tried to do, can stop us from having our freedom and rights. For me it was such a powerful moment in that voting booth. With every ballot I punched I felt as though I was punching those camel jockey bastards right through their hearts.
In case anybody is wondering who I voted for today: There is no way I'm voting for a socialist, who only loves America because he can get something from it.
This should have been John McCain's theme song. Too bad America was brained washed.
This is to all those who have fought and served so that today I can vote.