06 November 2008

Over, At Last

After sixty trillion days of campaigning, or so it seems, it's finally over. Except for the dissection by the media, that is. I don't know how you feel about the campaign and the results, but I sure am happy that I won't need to listen to all the rhetoric, most of which was negative. To think of all the money spent by all the candidates boggles the mind. Why can't we be civilized and limit the campaigning to about six weeks? Maybe even less. Give the candidates four weeks to present their positions, then give the voters two weeks to ask questions and decide who to vote for, then let 'em vote. Would save a whole bunch of money that could be put to better use. Why not?


chloespop said...

I disagree. Four weeks isn't long enough to tell all their lies. Or repeat the same lie. Such as "Change you can count on."

Ronabear41 said...

I like the concept! I was so sick and tired all the lies! I like Chloespop's answer!