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Billy Joe Fudge: We should celebrate every election day

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By Billy Joe Fudge

We, both sides of this issue, should all be celebrating this and every election day.

This glorious concept of self-government set in motion by Godly men whose forefathers had experienced oppression and themselves were being oppressed by a government unresponsive to the needs and desires of it's citizens, should be celebrated.

Each time I voice my views personally and proclaim my views in the public square without threat by either individuals or by government with whom I disagree; I am humbled by and amazed by the freedom we enjoy because of the foundation laid and supported by the self-sacrifice of so many.

Freedom reigns supreme and life, both yours and mine, will go on tomorrow regardless of the vote tally this evening.

Happy Election Day everyone! - Billy Joe Fudge

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