The Wright Perspective℠
Social Commentary from the C-Suite to Main Street℠
A Blog by Gary Wright II
Before you vote - PLEASE READ THIS!
Sunday, February 3rd, 2008
I have always believed that one person CAN make a difference. I also have always believed that EVERY VOTE counted! Boy, was I wrong!
One person can make a difference, but only by working with others. A single voice is quickly drowned out by the madness of the many. It is only when our voice joins the voice of others, that the words ring clear and true.
I can't express the disgust that I felt when I watched the American Blackout documentary. It accurately chronicles the events that took place in 2000 and 2004 as the Presidential election was rigged and stolen.
American Blackout has no actors, no scripts, no special effects. It was recorded by regular citizens armed with only a video camera and a passion for the truth. It is not a "movie" - it is unaltered evidence of what really happened to our beloved country's integrity and justice.
This DVD should be shown (and mandatory) to anyone who wants to know American History as it REALLY happened, and to anyone who prides themselves in digging past all of the bullshit to see the truth.
Do I want you to vote??? Hell yeah! If we don't vote, then we have already lost the battle.
Can you make a difference??? Hell yeah! Here's what I want you to do:
1. Go vote for who you believe is the best candidate.
2. Document how long it takes you to complete the voting process.
3. Document how long the line is to vote.
4. Document how many voting machines are working versus the number of machines that are "out of order".
5. Share and compare your notes with your neighbors and friends.
6. Publish your findings!
These six simple steps are the ONLY way to ensure that our election isn't hijacked and votes being stolen.
If you have never seen American Blackout, then please take time to see it. Amazon sells it a very fair price. After you watch it, please share it with your family, friends, and neighbors.
The only way to stop history from repeating itself is to be aware of the past, and work together to never let this happen again.
-- Gary Wright II