I really do love voting. Even before I could legally vote, I worked the polls in 1998, watching people come in and do their civic duty. From all walks of life, they came to say yea or nay. Every person had a voice. Every person had power.
I'm disappointed as hell by what's happened today -- it's style over substance, a crappy actor who can't even lie convincingly. But this isn't the decision of an apathetic minority. They thought they would have to take their time, counting the ballots. They thought they would have to wait to make a decision.
They thought wrong.
JOSH Tell me democracy doesn't have a sense of humor. We sit here, we drink this beer out here on the stoop, in violation about 47 city ordinances. I don't know, Toby, it's election night. What do you say about a government that goes out of its way to protect even citizens that try to destroy it?
TOBY God bless America.
Yeah. What Sorkin said.
But still. I think, this Friday, I'm going to get very drunk indeed.