Reasons to believe

>> Saturday, February 23, 2008

It's hard not to get increasingly cynical about the whole political process as you get older. For instance, one might look at the gerrymandering of voting districts in Texas and conclude that the deck is well-stacked.


So I'd like to thank the students at Prairie View A&M in Texas. It appears that the students have responded to the gerrymandering of their district so that the only polling place is seven miles from the school by marching the 7.3 miles to vote early. (Early voting starts today in Texas.) There's even a video of them marching down the highway, peacefully tying up traffic as they exercise their right and privilege to vote:



Thank you. There's hope for us.


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