Tuesday, November 04, 2008

Vote Today!

David Lebovitz reminds us about voting and taxes:
We all hope to create a better world. I'd like to think most people would like to improve the quality of life for themselves, as well as others. Straddling two countries, I pay taxes in America (and France), which are part of my civic duty. I don't have kids, but I believe that by having a quality education, our young people will grown up to be better citizens. No one likes to pay taxes, but we're happy when we call 911, the police arrive. We're happy if there's a fire, the firemen arrive quickly. We're happy we have public libraries and schools, manned by people who are often unappreciated, but who work hard because they love and believe in what they're doing.
OBAMA for President.
NO on CA Props 4, 6, 8, & 9.

I am not sure what made me do it, but I made chocolate syrup before going to the polls this morning. It took about 20 minutes. I now have a pint of thick, not-too-sweet, delicious home-made chocolate syrup on my shelf. A report on that forthcoming, if the world is intact after this election.