Stephen Decatur Miller, former South Carolina Governor and US Senator, made the phrase popular during his 1830 Senatorial election campaign against tariffs. He warned, "There are three and only three ways to reform our Congressional legislation, familiarly called, the ballot box, the jury box, and the cartridge box". In this divisive age, when the jury box is razed by a Supreme Court Justice being convicted of false allegations in the court of public opinion and an American citizen of color and media mogul is inauthentically disparaged for sharing his personal opinion with the President of the United States, the ballot box--the glory of citizenship--is what remains to keep us from devolving into a nation consumed by the cartridge box. One of the greatest weapons in the arsenal of citizenship is the absentee ballot. America's Conservatives and those that vote as Republicans must embrace this powerful weapon of the ballot box and protect the nation from the "political bully" that is the New Democrat Party. Vote Red. Vote Absentee.
The Art of War: Absentee Voting As A Silent, Effectual Force Against the Radical Left