Vote! It's not only a privilege, it's a duty.
It's also a shame on those too lazy to avail themselves of it; the very ones so eager to complain about our president's inability to move parts of his agenda forward due to the fact that we allowed an ignorant regressive congress to be voted in.
The importance of that vote was never more pronounced than in the 2010 midterm election. Our self-congratulating Progressive Democrats were so busy patting themselves on the back for having initiated one of the proudest, almost inconceivable achievements in our country's short history - the election of a black person as President of the United States - that they sat on their priggish progressive posteriors and neglected to follow through and vote for an equally perspicacious Congress.
As a result the most ill-equipped, non-productive, pro-obstruction (to list just a few applicable derogatory prefixes) House of Representatives our country has ever had the misfortune to experience, was installed.
We now have the upcoming opportunity to make our country incredibly proud once again with the election of the first woman president of the United States. Let's hope that the Progressives outnumber the Regressives at the voting booth come those midterm election.