I've already voted. Have you?
The line at my polling station was nearly an hour and a half long, but it was totally worth it to stand there, constantly being told by the constable to put my phone down. Why was it worth it? Because I helped shape the United States of America.
I've said it once, and I'll say it again, if you like to read this gun blog (or others), enjoy your rights to self-defense and free speech, you need to help shape our country by voting today.
This may very well be the most important election of our lifetime and the very fabric of our land is in jeopardy. Only we can prevent corruption from damaging our Constitution.
Whatever you do, make the time to have yourself heard at the polling station. You may feel as though your vote does not count. But, just as 100 pennies make a dollar, so one vote adds up with the others to make our voices heard.
Trust me when I say that you're going to stand in line for a while. Please don't let that discourage you from casting. Bring a friend or family member to talk to in line. Or, make sure you put your happy face on to make friends with the people around you.
While you may, or may not, get yelled at for having your phone on you glancing through your Facebook feed, having someone there to help you elect Hillary R. Clinton for prison is guaranteed to be a merry time for all.
Make no mistake folks, as we've pointed out and have proven in many articles during this election cycle, she hates guns, gun makers, and the deplorable people who own them. She's coming for them, and if she can nominate a seat to the court, there won't be much to stop her.
Again, my friends, I implore you: Please Go Make Your Gun Vote Heard.
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