Monday, November 1, 2010

Vote Nov. 2nd because as Mark Twain once said: "Vote: the only commodity that is peddleable without a license..."

This ink drawing appeared in the first edition of "Life on the Mississippi".

Mark Twain on Voting:

"But in this country we have one great privilege which they don't have in other countries. When a thing gets to be absolutely unbearable the people can rise up and throw it off. That's the finest asset we've got--the ballot box."