…I’ll be glued to the television set, awaiting the results of the Presidential Election.
I cannot wait for it to be over, regardless of who wins. This election was the nastiest one I can ever recall having the displeasure to witness. Both candidates have lobbed nasty accusations against one another, but I think that one campaign has been far more negative than the other. Let’s see….
* Obama ads have accused McCain of being erratic, out-of-touch, and just like George Bush.
* McCain ads have accused Obama of being anti-American, a racist, and befriending terrorists.
One is throwing tomatoes, the other is slinging huge, steaming bricks of fear-mongering crap.
Not all McCain supporters buy into the rhetoric, thank goodness, including my dear DH, and my blogger friend, The Chief. I know from my respectful discussions with both of them over the past several months that they have many well-thought-out reasons for choosing John McCain, and I can understand it, even though I disagree with them. I only wish there were more men (and women) out there like them.
Alas, for some, this nasty election has brought out the very worst in human nature–from BOTH parties. This Presidential election has proved irresistible for those who thrive on melodrama and angst, crave constant attention, or are so small-minded that they cannot resist any opportunity to put forth a mean-spirited jab. They’ve done their very best to be divisive. They appear on various news outlets, blogs and message boards, spouting their hateful propaganda, stirring the pot. When did examining the ISSUES, truly listening to the viewpoints of others, and simply agreeing to disagree become a lost art?
Only two more weeks to go. I truly cannot wait.