Brothers Campfire Says Get Out And Vote!

Hello! Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here.

If you are eligible and have not already, it is your responsibility as an American to vote.

Please do so.

That is all.

Author: Benjamin

Benjamin Thiel is a community leader, urban farmer, and author of The Ongoing Tale at Brothers Campfire. He might know a guy...

39 thoughts on “Brothers Campfire Says Get Out And Vote!

  1. Ryan Callahan says:

    Amen! I voted for Trump on the 1st day of early voting here in Florida on Oct 19th! Lots of love for Trump, America, and freedom down here! God bless!

  2. kristianw84 says:

    I voted already, but yes, there isn’t much time left for those who haven’t. πŸ’™ Hoping for the best!

    1. Benjamin says:

      I noticed you changed your profile pic. I just got used to the sinister one!🀠πŸ”₯

      1. kristianw84 says:

        Lol. Yeah, Halloween is officially over, thought I’d choose something sweeter for my birthday month! πŸ˜ƒ

  3. David Green says:

    I cannot in good conscience vote for a party that promotes the murder of a child within their mother’s womb. Nor for a party that consents with thieves (wall street big business etc) and consorts with adulterers. Even though i sincerely believe that Pres. Trump is the right man for the job this time around.

  4. dumbestblogger says:

    Responsibility? Not totally sure I agree with that. I view it more as a privilege. I don’t encourage anyone to vote, I encourage them to do their research and carefully consider their options if they are voting. Uninformed voting just for the sake of voting doesn’t help anyone. (End of rant.)

      1. dumbestblogger says:

        Hmm. It certainly is a right. I would compare it to the second amendment. We have the right to own guns, we should defend that right, but that doesn’t mean everyone is compelled by the Constitution to own a gun.

  5. hcmorris77 says:

    We went and voted on Thursday of last week…in the rain! It was my sons first time voting and he voted only for the president, as he didn’t know enough about the other candidates/local amendments on the ballot.
    This election cycle, I do believe, is the most important vote in our lifetimes! But I won’t go into the politics of it πŸ™‚ the most important thing is, voting for the person you feel most qualified/is the best person for the job.
    I think you know who I voted for…

    1. bluemallowmelt says:

      But if you are… definitely try and vote for who believe would do a good job running our country! ☺️


Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.