I was going to write a blog item about the importance of voting. But my friend Richard (not Feder) of New Jersey (not Fort Lee) wrote a blog item in which he said voting isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.
Particularly, he took issue with the often repeated statement: “If you don’t vote, you can’t complain.” He’s right about that. While voting and complaining can be done simultaneously, they can be (and often are) done independently too.
I emailed Richard and he turned my e-mail into his own blog item. So through the magic of hyperlinks, my work here is done.
And I don’t just recommend Richard’s blog because he was intelligent enough to recommend mine. Richard and his blog are smart, quirky and often funny. Today’s item is mostly my writing, but here’s his blog’s index in case you would like to catch up with his writing. If you do, you’ll learn what a PLUCO is. That’s a promise!
And here’s my endorsement for this election season. I think Richard’s blog is worth following.