I’ll be happy when this election is over. It’s not exactly making my life pleasant.
I live in Ohio, and the candidates just won’t stop calling me. First it was Sherrod Brown, and then it was Josh Mandel. Who knew I was going to be so popular?
Not only are people calling me on the phone, they are knocking on my door. They are giving me pamphlets, and telling me how excited they are about their candidates. I have to admire their tenacity, but I’m not answering the door until election day is over.
On TV, the talking heads are reduced to talking about the candidates with Body Language experts. Why was Obama’s head tilted to the left? Why did Romney raise his chin? It’s reminds me of the George Orwell book, 1984. Thought police were going around checking out the population.
Why didn’t “the super pacs” take all the money they spent on all those annoying advertisements and start reducing the deficit with it.
Do, go out and vote. By now, you ought to know there is a difference between the candidates. Don’t let other people affect your life!
What do you think?
- Senate battle looking like a nail-biter (again) (washingtonpost.com)
- BIG NEWS: Republican Josh Mandel Tied Up in Ohio Senate Race (humanevents.com)