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FINALLY NO MORE POLITICS

Posted by Canama , Nov 09 2012 · 275 views

Real Life
I GET A BREAK NOW FINALLY

I CAN THINK ABOUT OTHER THINGS

WHY AM I SHOUTING

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Hahli Husky
Nov 09 2012 12:16 AM
WELL I MEAN IT IS ALL QUITE EXCITING YOU KNOW

WE GET DIFFERENT SORTS OF COMMERCIALS AGAIN
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I don't know about you, but I got absolutely inundated with robo-calls.

The fact that I live in a swing state didn't help matters.

But hey! It's over! Now we can finally do things without getting interrupted by some campaign!
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MAKARU : 2013
[ R U N N I N G F O R B Z P G L O B A L O F F I C E ]
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Princess Grr
Nov 09 2012 02:39 AM
I didn't see a single political advert this entire year and I live in one of the "crucial swing states."

It helps that I haven't watched television in almost eight years.
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I'm in something of a good spot. Illinois (or rather Chicago) is so hard left that the presidential candidates didn't bug us, and I live in a district that was practically uncontested for its Congressional seat. So I didn't have to worry about commercials.

The problem with that is that those of us who do disagree with Chicago are ignored, and so our votes feel a lot less meaningful. The Constitutional amendment and some interesting local referendums made it more interesting though.

I must be one of the only ones who likes following politics. Of course, I rarely watch commercials anyway, so I guess I wouldn't feel the burden even if I was in a contested state.
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