It's that time again - time to make your New Year's resolutions. This being an election year, one resolution in particular is especially apropos - making your vote count. But how, exactly, do you go aout doing that? It's easy. I'll explain.
First of all, it's vitally important to understand that 2010 is no ordinary election year. The votes you cast this year will contribute to the enhancement or diminishment of your quality of life and that of every American for years, if not decades, to come. As America moves ever closer to outright socialism under the current administration, this year's elections could prove the most important in recent electoral history. Will Americans reject the agenda of the socialist juggernaut in Washington and restore the conservative values that made this the greatest and most unique nation in the world or will it stay the course and allow big government to continue usurping power at the cost of individual rights and liberties? Well, we'll just have to wait until this year's votes are counted to know for sure.
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