Did you ever notice all the ads and posts about getting out the vote, but wonder why there are no ads about educating yourself as to the facts and listening to different news sources to make an informed decision?
Did you ever notice, or am I the only one who wonders why he sees ads acknowledging that he is registered to vote in South Carolina, but would he/she like to register to vote in another state?
Did you ever notice, like I have, that Google, Instagram, and FB know everything about the bourbon I drink, the cigars I smoke, the music I listen to, and the political websites I frequent, but does not know that I’ve been a registered voter since age 18?
Did you ever notice, or am I the only one who thinks it is strange that a candidate for Vice President, only two years ago, viciously attacked/pilloried a Supreme Court nominee over unproven and uncorroborated accusations, stating that she “believed the victims?” Then, during recent primary debates, stated that she “believed the victim” who accused a former Senator and Vice President of sexual assault, only to agree to be his running mate, proving that her integrity is for sale to the highest bidder?
If you live in South Carolina, did you notice that a democrat candidate for US Senate has spent a record (and still growing) $59,000,000 to unseat the republican incumbent and that the challenger’s ads saturate even conservative media outlets? Did you ever notice that you can’t open a Youtube video without seeing his smiling face and hearing how he wants to bring republicans and democrats together?
Yeah, it’s election season and I for one can’t wait for it to be over.