Something to think about when voting
Let’s say you go to the local diner for lunch. There are six waitresses working the noon shift.
You sit at the corner table and wait forever to be waited on while other tables are being serviced with regularity.
Finally, a waitress emerges from behind the corner leading to the kitchen and comes over to your table and at the same time can be seen placing her cell phone in her pocket. She is very rude while taking your order.
During the course of the meal you wish for a refill of your drink but cannot locate your waitress. You finally have to ask another waitress for a refill. The same scenario takes place when you wish to order a dessert.
Finally, your waitress brings your dessert along with an attitude. It seems forever before you can locate your waitress to ask for your check. Again, your waitress acts rude during the short conversation.
When contemplating what the tip should be, you decide that the waitress did not in your opinion warrant one. At the end of their shift, do you think the waitresses should put all the tips in a pot and divide the tips into six equal shares or simply allow each waitress to keep what they earned individually?
When you enter the booth on election day, think about this episode at the diner.