Today is the day

@jonesy123 (3950)
United States
May 20, 2008 6:51am CST
It's primary day in KY. I'm so tired of it. We have suddenly become important here, or not... Many of my friends have no idea whom to vote for, not in the presidential race and not in the other more local ones. So many people are fed up with politics and the people currently in office. I have heard a lot of voters say they refuse to re-elect anybody and will vote for whoever is the least known person. I just want to get it over with and all those Hillary and Obama freaks to move on. Yesterday I almost drove over one. They were standing on a street island with their signs, chanting and dancing around, holding their signs as far as possible into traffic. Well, one woman in stilettos stumbled and almost fell right in front of my car. Crazy people! Tomorrow, we'll be forgotten again, until November.
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@wiser2 (237)
• United States
20 May 08
We in tennessee are the same as you.I'am tied of it all.All it is ,is a much of talk.Talk is cheap.Who ever gets in should do what thay say thay are going to do this time.
@clrumfelt (5452)
• United States
20 May 08
You're not the only one tired of the hoopla of this election season. Pretty soon we'll be back to seeing some real news on CNN. Many of the smaller states that seem to be "forgotten" unless there is a close vote, will doubtless feel "used" when this election is over. Is another Boston Tea Party in the brewing here? I wonder how many states actually feel they are getting "taxation without representation."