MICHELLE OBAMA SAYS VOTE!
“WHILE SOME FOLKS ARE FRUSTRATED AND TUNED OUT AND STAYING HOME ON ELECTION DAY, TRUST ME, OTHER FOLKS ARE SHOWING UP. DEMOCRACY CONTINUES WITH OR WITHOUT YOU.” – MICHELLE OBAMA
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I am not an attorney. I am not a politician. I am not a renowned author. I am, however, a concerned American citizen who happens to be a blogger with a voice that today adds to the hue and cry already … Continue reading