By Tony Russell|
“Hey, Ace, what’s up? I notice you don’t have a sign on your lawn for the governor’s race. That’s a first.”
“Yeah, well, I hate to say it, Ralph, but I think I’m gonna sit that race out. I notice you don’t have a sign in your yard either.”
He looked a little down. “To tell the truth, Ace,” he said, “I’ve been the dutiful citizen and held my nose while I pulled the lever one too many times. I’ve finally had enough. I just can’t find it in me to vote for either one of these guys.”
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