“Elections belong to the people. It’s their decision. If they decide to turn their back on the fire and burn their behinds, then they will just have to sit on their blisters.”
― Abraham Lincoln
The primaries are coming, and voters are tense in anticipation of the outcome on August 18, 2020. Many are cheering on their favorite candidates and not caring about how they come across to fellow voters. Realistically, many don’t care!
Dirty politics should not have a place when it comes to deciding on who to vote for, pure and simple, but is it elementary? There should only be continuous research on the voter’s part.
Stop listening to empty rhetoric from candidates and the voters.
Furthermore, let us not forget those groups that put out negative messaging!
In my county, the elections are hot, and people argue ongoing, nonstop to no end. It has become overwhelming!
I, for one, have begun to distance myself from the media, and social media I don’t comment. It does not matter whether it is at the presidential level or the local races; it is all the same all around.
Consider this my rant for the day, and politics can get to you if you allow it.