The Park Levy – And Other Lessons

I stood about 100 feet away from the doors of the voting building as instructed.  I had taken the day off and was clutching my literature, wearing my logoed badge and holding a sign that was of proper size.  I was dressed for the chilly autumn air and had a thermos of coffee at my side.  It was 6 a.m.  I had been given a sheet of “do’s and don’ts” and had no intention of violating the trust that had …


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One comment on “The Park Levy – And Other Lessons

  1. billy moore on said:

    Good job Ron. Where have all the good people gone that care about everyone and not just their own personal interest. They aren’t politicians. They aren’t lawyers. They aren’t doctors. The general public are just numbers and statistics. They are just ways to make money with no real concern for the actual people. I will without reservation totally support the next politician who runs a campaign that focuses on solving our problems and not just slandering their opponent. In fairness there are a few good doctors and lawyers. Not many, but a few. I don’t know about politicians.

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