I finally had a chance to sit down and read it. And you know, its not bad! Here are my thoughts. Jane Buss may not have gotten to the meat of the plan, as the plan reviews the process of making the plan and the input from the public for the first 25 of 75 pages. I understand the desire –more–
Sometimes I write about politics, sometimes I blog about fluff. Today I am writing not to ask you to vote, or tell you to vote, I am begging you to vote on Monday. Especially those of you under 35 or so, and even more especially if you are under 25.
I promised that my posts would be shorter, more to the point, more interesting. Here we go. Way back sometime after the Reform Acts in the early 1800s, the people of the United Kingdom came to expect that all free men would get a vote, in a riding, and that the person with the most votes would be elected to –more–