I can honestly say that I liked presidential election years a lot better before Facebook was around. As if the negative ads and endless analyzing on TV weren’t enough, now you have to read a bunch of political posts from people that, I’m sorry to say, sound like complete fucking lunatics. No, I don’t think they’re crazy because they disagree with my political views. I think they’re crazy because they share things that the Tea Party posted. Come on Republican friends, you have to admit that the Tea Party is bat shit CRAZY!
Oh, and the negativity. God, the negativity! It’s one thing to say you disagree with a candidate’s politics. It’s another to say you think they’re a terrorist who is out to ruin the country. Do people really believe this bullshit? If the answer is yes, I am afraid. Granted, I live in one of the reddest states in the country. This means that many of my Facebook friends fall into the red category. Again, fine. Not fine? Posting things like, “Well, goodbye America. Hello wannabe USSR.” Yep, someone said that.
I am a huge Jon Stewart fan (I seriously wish he could be my best friend), and his post-election night show was on the money. Oh Karl Rove, I’m so embarrassed for you. I know it’s hard to admit that your guy lost, but this is just plain sad. If you have time and want a good laugh, watch the clip below.