wasn’t up on the “Negro holidays”). At 75, he just gave up riding motorcycles, after surviving an accident relatively unscathed. He’s lived in Arizona for more than 25 years. I haven’t asked him, but I’ll bet he’s voting for McCain.
By the way, Obama versus McCain will be the first election for which my second oldest child, Christine, is eligible to vote. I’ve always told her and her three siblings that they are part of the first generation of Edmonds born with the right to vote, thanks to the National Voting Rights Act of 1965. I’m counting on Christine’s vote to cancel out her grandfather’s, allowing mine to put Obama over the top. But I’d risk a tie if Pop-Pop could have cast a vote. Imagine: four generations of black people voting in a presidential election with a black man one step away from the White House.
I don’t know what to say….