Sorry, but politicians drive me crazy. Sure, maybe they're the one's who actually "get stuff done" in our society, but I'm sure they spend too much time argueing. Politics always has two sides to everything, so no matter what topic you're thinking of, you can find people argueing for your view, the opposing view, and a third view that you had never even thought of.
All of which is to make me wonder why I'm taking Comparative World Government.
Sure, it'll help me better understand what the government in my country and other countries are doing about saveing and upkeeping the world, but it's not going to get me through College. If I wanted to be a lawyer or politician or something, maybe, but what does an engineer need to know about world politics on an AP level?
Unfortunatly, I probably have a better grasp on this subject than Calculus, but that's for Tuesday's blog.
All I'm saying here is that I'll be suffering trying to remember the government structures of Britain, Mexico, and Nigeria tomorrow. Cheers.
Side Note: I don't think this is dealing with the "No Politics" rule, but if it is, I'll just deleat all offending replies I may or may not get.