Voting for ‘Common Decency’



As you might be well aware, I’m half British in my mind and most of my friends live in the United Kingdom, so I’m well informed of what’s happening over there. Today they vote. Now I’m not going to pretend I’m an expert in politics, in any country, but of course it’s very important for everyone to use their voice and vote.

As you may also know, one of my English friends, Dr Brian May, has been tirelessly telling everyone to please use this right indeed, to try and make their little part of the world a better place. And to help everyone who’s not sure who to vote for, he set up the Common Decency concept. This is not a political party and neither does it support one single party.

What it does do is support individuals who’ve shown to be decent. Those who not only have the most decent plans, but also those who stick to those plans. Now as I said, I’m not an expert, but it seems to me this should make it easier to choose who to vote for and in making it easier, maybe more people will vote indeed.

It makes sense to me. So in support of Brian, everyone at Common Decency and all my other pals in blighty, I thought I’d post this reminder to 1) please go and vote and 2) maybe check out Common Decency first. As the line on the card reads: Only 24 hours of democracy every 5 years, make sure you use it – vote on May 7th 2015.


Flyer contructed by Brian.


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