Kick Out the Votes

Early voting is going on down the street from my office at the Laman Library. I went in at 8:00 this morning and came out at about 8:30. I was in the first dozen when they opened the doors, and I’m certainly glad I was a few minutes early because right now there is no parking and a long, long line for the three voting carrels. Four years ago I did early voting and I was in and out in a few minutes. Here people are packing the place. I think the entire country is ready to get this ordeal over with.

In other news, why does this never happen? Why is this so often a one-way street? And what does that say about Western Philosophy?