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Billy Joe Fudge: We should celebrate every election day
See also and VOTE: Adair Clerk lists Polling Places, Officers, 22 Mar 2016 Election
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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