Vote Tomorrow: The Future of the Republic Rests in Your Hands

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To my fellow neighbors in Brooklyn,

The very democratic fabric of the American Republic rests entirely in the hands of a civil society; that is, an active and vibrant culture that understands the way the political system works, is involved in local groups, and knows the importance of voting.

I know there are a million other things you would rather do tomorrow before the polls close, but the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives’ futures rest entirely in your hands. These branches are inefficient, you are indifferent, the political system in the United States has become nothing more than a circus show on TV propped up for your entertainment. Little do the pundits, critics, and incumbents know about the needs of your household, family, and finances. But this is your chance to sway the efficiency of government in your favor.

As a Brooklyn County Committeeman and Communications Director of the Brooklyn Young Republicans, I ask you to take the time tomorrow to venture to your local polling site and vote. Apathy and indifference have been the arbiters of the defeat of liberty and responsible government. For the past 70 years, the United States has experienced an exponential growth in the Federal Government at your expense. The dollar has been devalued 97% since the creation of the Federal Reserve and paying an exuberant amount of taxes has become second nature- it shouldn’t.

I’m not going to make this piece a rant for you to vote “Republican” or “Democrat”. This is, however, a request for you to vote. If you do nothing, nothing good happens. If you do something, something good happens.

Remember, you own the fruits of your labor. Don’t let government take more than it already has.

After you vote, get involved. We need to Rally for the Republic. Email us at [email protected] or text us at 347-560-1880, we want to hear from you!

– Roy Antoun

Brooklyn County Committeeman

Communications Director, Brooklyn YRs

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