Just don't have it in me

When I started writing this blog, I was not sure what I would write about. I was fairly certain, however, that I would ramble on and on, whatever the topic. About eight or nine months into this, I mostly ramble about politics and money. But right now, I am just sick of both of those things.

I am tired of reading about the latest bank/business/whatever to go bankrupt or be bought out. I don't like worrying about money. And yet I am worried that I am not worried as much as I should be.

The excitement I felt when McCain picked a refreshing woman as his running mate? That has almost evaporated. Should I be concerned by her lack of experience? I don't know. What I do know is that about all the candidates can do is throw jabs at each other. I am just sick of it. I had a dream about Sean Hannity last night. I think it is time to turn off Fox News.

I will try to watch some of the debate tonight, but I am not sure how long I will make it; my heart is just not in it. I am not sure anything that happens is going to convince me McCain is the guy (over Ron Paul, who, yes, I know, is no longer running, but who stands for what I believe it). I just want the election to be here and the commercials to go away.

I also want all this money crap to be worked out, though I sure don't think McCain or Obama can wave a magic wand and do that. I want people to be held accountable. I don't to be on the hook for someone else's mistakes while some big shots make millions a year. Oh, well.

There is always football. C'mon fantasy football team, don't let me down this week.


ashley said…
FANTASY football team?!?! What about your *real* football team? ;)

cc said…
Is there anybody left to play next week?
Facie :-) said…
I have to say I did watch the debate. Pretty much all of it. If I had to pick a winner, Obama would be it, but only by a small margin. I appreciated that he gave credit to McCain and agreed with him at times. As a coworker pointed out, how can two people be so different. Yet they are.

I am still undecided. There are just too many unanswered questions for me. Right now, I am trying to figure out what each of their health plan proposals means for me, someone who currently does not pay for health insurance (thank you, employer).

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