When a candidate attacks another candidate verbally how do you react to it?
June 1, 2008 10:31pm CST
It seems like there are a lot of candidates trying to avoid mudslinging this year but most of them end up resorting to it after being attacked by their opponents. I am wondering something... Does mudslinging, attacking the other candidate and trying to make him or her look bad, cause you to want to vote for the mudslinger or to in protest want to vote for the one who is being attacked? Does mudslinging have any effect on you? How does it effect you?
• United States
2 Jun 08
You know, I mentioned that very thing to some older friends of mine not to long ago. The mud-slinging has been going on for years though and seems be getting worse. Like a bunch of petty children, name calling on the playground. When I was a kid in the 60s and first became aware of this stuff. I don't remember this type of behavior. It's like then adults behaved like adults. They had some integrity or something. Now they're doing the very thing that we as kids were taught not to do, and they're doing it infront of billions of people. No, I don't want to vote for these jackasses.