Here’s another interesting question that seems to have been forgotten in the election.
The value of one vote.
Let’s forget about the 50 million or so so-called possible illegal postal ballots, and concentrate on just one.
Has any election of any candidate ever depended on one vote? Well, perhaps not, but I’m willing to bet that there have been occasions where the separation between winner and loser has been about 20 or so.
After a dozen legal challengers and recounts.
The point here is, that one vote, your vote, could have been one of those 20. Or just one.
This year seems to be the year where one vote will make a difference.
Just think! That divine right given to you, that one vote, could change the very fabric of what happens in the future.
How often has it been where one person has changed the course of history, sometimes not for the better, but by and large, they have. I know, where we are, my one vote got the right man elected, and he has given us better roads, better sporting facilities to keep kids off the streets, better bus services.
We have learned not to expect miracles, but sometimes, after casting that one vote, miracles are possible. And what was more miraculous was that none of the candidates stooped to trashing the other.
We got policies, we got promises, and we got action.