Politics is a touchy subject among many people.
Now with the days counting to Nov. 6, it is the root of all talk around, not to mention those that have suddenly become politicians on Facebook.
Understanding all the issues discussed during the Presidential debates is enough to make one dizzy.
And if having two Presidential debates aren’t enough, then comes a Vice Presidential debate that only reminded me of an episode of The Munsters with Herman and Eddie going at it on the stage.
Then, if you still don’t understand, you can listen to the media dissect all the issues discussed, further making everything much more dizzying.
Now with everyone throwing their own foreign policy issues in your ear as you try to enjoy a cup of coffee, you would think this person was a bonafide politician.
So everyone’s idea of who is right or who is wrong is taken with a grain of salt, by me, of course.
Everyone has an opinion of who should be President, including myself. But because I don’t “advertise” or share my thoughts doesn’t mean I’m not into politics.
Of course, any upstanding American is political in some sense. And any normal American has an opinion on the right Presidential candidate in their mind.
For decades, these types of scenarious are not unheard of in America. Every four years, there tends to be squabbling among peers at schools, workplaces or barber shops around the country, let alone all the jokes and rib tickling cartoons portraying our candidates.
America has been in a deep recession the last few years, with some light at the end of the tunnel appearring, but for what happened after 9-11-11, most knew it would take years to rebound from such an economic crash.
Whatever the case or whoever the right candidate is for you, the most important thing that should be done is to exercise your right…and that is to vote.
A lot of people have opinions of what should be done in America and may feel against the current President, but this person may not have voted.
Voting is very important because any one’s vote can make a difference, even if you don’t think so.
Voting only takes a few minutes out of your time and those few minutes could be the difference in what you can do in electing the right officials for you.