Much has been written about the long lines some voters experienced during Tuesday's elections. Times varied from an hour and a half to 20 minutes at various polling stations in Gwinnett.
Some are calling for the process to be streamlined so voters can get in and out faster - kind of like the fast food lines where a stream of assembly line workers get our orders filled, money collected so we can move on.
But voting is not on the same level as ordering a hamburger and deciding or fries or onion rings. On Tuesday we were choosing the leaders of our country and state for the next four years. Should our voting process be a fast-food line?
Are we all in such a hurry that we cannot enjoy our right to vote. There are millions of people in the world that would be willing to stand in line all day just for that right.
Perhaps we've become so accustomed to our hurry-up-world that we're expecting that to apply to the voting process as well.
What do you think?