I don’t know about you but I’m so over the politics — debates and election — of 2012. The commercials are on my nerves and November 6 can’t come soon enough. Politics are a private matter for me, and it’s been that way since I started voting at age 18.
The emotions coming from coworkers, family members, and Facebook friends are very strong and, in some instances, cruel and mean. I’ve even seen comments threatening to un-friend anyone who disagrees with their political candidate or opinion.
You’re willing to dismiss all opinions that differ from yours to the point you don’t care?? Hmm, let me know how that goes when the election is over and you need a friend!!!! Sometimes, I want to un-friend a person for being so obnoxious!!!!! But I won’t. Regardless, nobody’s going to convince me to vote their direction in response to inappropriate statements and rants.
Facebook and Twitter have mostly been the two places that I see the political rants day and night. Perhaps, now that I think about it, I should unplug from both social networks so I am not exposed to all the angry comments. I have no intentions of telling anyone WHO I’m voting for, but I promise you I AM voting. I believe we all have a voice and our vote counts.
In the meantime, and the rants continue, I’m going to enjoy the light-hearted cartoons such as these I found on Pinterest:
I’m so glad Nicole asked me to guest post on her blog while she is currently on a mission trip to Haiti. She and I met in-person a while back at the DFW Bloggers event. We had an incredible evening drinking wine, painting on canvas (even though we both decided to keep our day jobs!!!!!!), and meeting all the lovely ladies who we follow in the blog world. We could light a small city with our smiles, don’t you think?!