Getting Political

I can’t believe I’m getting political in public, but I found such a connection to my last blog post here that I decided to share. I know some of you reading will disagree, but this sums up my thoughts.

Today. I can’t promise I’ll feel the same on November sixth.

I just can’t see not voting or voting for some made-up write-in candidate.

If you don’t have life, you don’t have anything.

6 thoughts on “Getting Political

  1. All I know is that the attack ads are bad for my soul. I also want to send tinfoil hats to one of the groups running the ads here because they have a total conspiracy theory going.

    • I’m tired of the attack ads and the phone calls! We get so many phone calls that I’d like to unplug the phone. I wish they were only allowed to make ads about their own merits, and they weren’t allowed to attack each other!

      • You and me both. You also live in a swing state so I can’t even imagine what I’d do if I were there as we’re just dealing with attack ads over House seats. California is such a blue state that the candidates come here to fundraise but it’s pretty much assumed that the state will go for Obama. I also haven’t seen anything about the Senate race — our incumbent is ahead by something like 25 points over her opponent so no commercials.

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