I think there should be a moratorium on debates until the fall.
You may have noticed I haven't written a political rant in a while. Why? Well, I sense that none of you care for one thing. But that's really here nor there. Do any of you care about Madonna or Posh either? Probably not. And yet there's an update nearly everyday.
No, it's because I cannot handle this fuc*ing election anymore. Every time I read or watch anything to do with it, I become infuriated. I can't take it any longer. We're getting nowhere and there is no possible way this will be settled before the debate. Which is in August for God's sake. So, I choose to keep my blood pressure in check by not listening any longer until something gets accomplished and everyone stops acting like a bunch of spoiled 3-year-olds in the supposed best interest of our country. Spare me.
So I didn't watch the debate last night. What the hell else is there to talk about? What is there going to be in the twenty-first--TWENTY-FIRST--debate that hasn't already been screamed TWENTY TIMES? Why are we even bothering? So that Pennsylvania doesn't feel left out? I'm fuc*ing over it. I'm at the point where I don't even care anymore. I'm tired of listening to it, I'm tired of the bickering, I'm tired of personal ambitions coming before the best interest of the country. I'm sick and fuc*ing tired, and I can hardly wait for this election to be over with so I can withdraw my membership from the Democratic Party and start off-setting the money I've donated to it so far in my life by never donating another red cent.
So, call me a bad Democrat--I didn't watch the debate. And from the sounds of it, I didn't miss a damn thing. ABC's questions focused almost entirely on issues that were never important to begin with and are completely played-out and over with by now, or on pitting Clinton and Obama against each other. And not in a point/counterpoint sense. In a "Senator Clinton: Obama said you're a pee-pee face. How do you feel about that?" It was an absolute mockery. There were more questions about Obama's damn minister and Hillary's stupid Bosnia sniper fire gaffe than there were about the damn issues. Just one more reason to let a sleeping dog lie until August 25, 2008.
Here's a couple of recaps of the stupid, inane and beside-the-point questions and the "oh my God I can't believe how ridiculous this debate is" answers. It's easy to see why ABC has received more than 18,000 complaints about the debate since it ended last night.