The Right to Party

Oscar: What’s an Acorn Macintosh?

MacIntosh: It’s what oak trees come from.

Oscar: Howse come some people don’t like Acorns?

MacIntosh: I think you mean the Acorn that registers people.

Oscar: People have to be registered?

MacIntosh: If they want to vote, yes.

Oscar: But votin’ is a good thing isn’t it?

MacIntosh: Usually.

Oscar: So howse come they are mad at Acorn for getting peoples registered so they can vote?

MacIntosh: Because they think the people Acorn registers will vote for the other party.

Oscar: So if Acorn registers them they think they won’t come to their party?

MacIntosh: That’s right.

Oscar: So howse com they don’t registers people that will come to their party?

MacIntosh: They do.

Oscar: But…but…then howse come they is mad at Acorn if they do the same thing?

MacIntosh: Cuz that’s how people are.

Oscar: Dad says voting is a right.

MacIntosh: Only if you register for the right party.

Oscar: But …howse come you have to register at all…why can’t you just vote?

MacIntosh: Cuz people think if all people vote they might go for the other party.

Oscar: Dad says me and you is registered.

MacIntosh: That’s right.

Oscar: So that means we can go to a party huh MacIntosh?

MacIntosh: Guess so.

Oscar: I’m pickin’ the party with the bestest food.

MacIntosh: That’s what people do.

 

 

 

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