In case you haven’t yet noticed, it’s election season. Every two years we, as a nation, gather together to vote on a new Congress; and every four years we vote on the president. This year our choices are between the incumbent democrat, Barack Obama, and the republican challenger, Mitt Romney. At least that’s what ‘they’ want us to believe. Every pundit and partisan is out there trying to sell this as “the election of the century.” We are bombarded with the notion that voting is a sacred privilege, not a right; and how there are many people throughout the world that would give an arm and a leg for the privilege to vote. You also hear the tired canard that “if you don’t vote, you don’t have a right to complain.” Puh-lease!!! It’s time to debunk some of these myths and deceptions.