It's not that I am not a responsible voter. Under no circumstances can I imagine a scenario where anything Mittens says or said will make me change my mind to fill in a little dot to help make him the next President of the United States.
And like air shows, NASCAR and American Idol - one has to watch far to long and pray to hard to see someone crash and burn. The payoff just isn't there.
Since this is my first election using Facebook, I get to see all these "friends" recap the debate for me real time - which I can't say is a good thing.
To be fair, I did turn the debates on for about three
Was Obama considered on the left because he was "stage left"? Was putting Romney on the left just to fuck with us on where he doesn't stand politically?
I know I should care - or at least pretend to - but I don't. As soon as it's over, if not before, the spin will start. There will be two winners (and two losers) depending on which slanted news organization you prefer. I can't imagine there is a rhyme or reason to these things.
...and then there are the questions. OMG, the lame-ass questions so you can get lame-ass answers. If you saw Newsroom, Aaron Sorkin had a bit about making it a real debate and changing it where they had to answer specific questions and never let off the hook and calling them on their past shit.
THAT I would watch.
Since we don't have that forum, I'll just scroll through all the stuff on the DVR.
Two more to go - plus the VP ones.
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