Well, here we go again, gearing up for the coming elections. Who we vote for is a private thing (or at least it is to me). I despise politics, especially when someone tries to shove their political opinon down my throat. It is of course a touchy subject, which is why I stay under the radar, so to speak.
Whoever we vote for is a private thing. We are all entitled to our opinions, and that’s a good thing. But the bad thing about it all is that too many people get into arguments about politics. Sadly, this can sometimes lose a family member or a friend. To me, it’s a private thing. Should someone come up to me and ask who I will vote for, I will always say “nunya.” Meaning “none of your business.”
The coming election is a touchy subject, and of course we are all on edge because of the virus too. This should be a time when we come together and leave our arguments at home. This should be a time when we remember how we became the greatest nation in the world. This should be a time when we cherish our families and friends. This should be a time when we remember our own history and how we became the great nation that we are.
We can hate anyone we want to, but we don’t have to drag everyone else into it as well.