Thirty Days of Thanks - Day 6 - November 6

Today I'm thankful to live in a country where I'm free to vote my conscience. I'm also free to speak my mind. Those that disagree with me are also free to speak their mind.

Today will be the first election my daughter will be able to vote in. I'm waiting until this afternoon so I can vote with her. I voted for Ronald Reagan in my first presidential election. Looking back, it was a pretty smart vote. Today I'm voting for Mitt Romney. I'm voting with  more confidence today than I ever have before. I feel sure he's the best man for the job and for this time in history.

The United States of America is the greatest country on earth and I'm grateful to be able to walk into a school in my neighborhood and vote for whoever I want, whoever I feel will represent me best.

What a great country!


Anonymous said...

Being away for a year, in a foreign country, I was privileged to send in may absentee ballot the first of October. I also appreciate that i can vote my conscience and i assure you that whatever the outcome, I will be able to hold my head up high and be grateful for the man I chose to vote for. Mitt Romney. A great example of what a good man should be in all facets of his life. LMH

Jaime Lester said...

I voted for Mitt Romney with no hesitation. Very disappointed with the outcome, but I will be just fine. I am thankful for my wonderful family and my friends and we will make it 4 more years until the next vote