This time, dammit, she was going to vote no matter what.
DEMOCRACY BY JOHN ALLISON 34THPARALLEL MAGAZINE ISSUE 75
The bus stopped just past the bench and Waterloo saw on the back a pasty, pink, grinning man with perfect teeth shouting in a cartoon bubble, VOTE! IT’S YOUR RIGHT! IT’S YOUR DUTY! As Waterloo made her way to the bus door, walking carefully along the sidewalk to avoid the large cracks and stumbling and falling on her face, she mumbled, “Sure thing, you old fart.”