On Tuesday, November 6th 2012 - Americans will come together to elect our President. Whether we elect President Barack Obama or Replublican Challenger Mitt Romney, we are celebrating the trademark of our independence. One of the many great things about America is our ability to vote. It is a cause for celebration.
Every Election Day, I wear my 100 year old Teddy Roosevelt campaign button and my wife and I take our children to our polling place and cast our ballots. We feel it is imperative to teach our children how important voting is at an early age. Ironically, my wife and I do not always see eye to eye on candidates and this year is no different. Having different political views would make our founding fathers proud. Where partisans see strife, we see how important each other's views are. If only our electorate could see things in our bi-partisan light.
This year, I will be up until the early morning awaiting the finally tally on our Presidential election. In preparation for Super Tuesday, I will be stocking the liquor cabinet in honor of Andrew Jackson who liked his beverages; the fireplace in honor of Abraham Lincoln who lived in a log cabin; and the table will be loaded with food in honor of President Taft. Trinkets and tokens of my favorite Presidents, Jefferson, Teddy Roosevelt, Eisenhower, and Reagan will be strewn about. And of course no table setting would not be complete with Election Day Flowers. After all did you know that the White House has its own florist ?