I'm curious what everyone thinks, whether you're Republican, Democrat, or Other. ;-) I'm pretty sure everyone knows who I'm voting for, but I'm still interested in hearing what everyone else is thinking, no matter who you want to vote for.
I have to read the transcripts tomorrow. I'm not good at learning aurally. I understood and processed most everything Joe Biden talked about, but I never can understand Palin.
I had to miss two parts of it. I'm housesitting again. It's like a vacation. :-)
The fact that Joe Biden knows what it's like to have his father leave because there were no local jobs really related him to me. DH is not my father, but I think the hole left is not one you ever forget.
Good news: He might be home early! He might be home on Monday or Tuesday instead of Thursday. I can't WAIT! I'm so happy. We can talk by phone now, which is a change from online messaging for most of the last four months.
It's SO good to hear his voice.
I survive while he's gone. When we're together, I thrive. We're supposed to be together, you know? We're like two halves.
Anyway, I'm impressed with Joe Biden, really impressed. I can also give Palin credit: she did tons better than she did with Couric.
It's hard for me to disagree with her because I just can't follow her like I can Biden. I'm not sure if that's because I have an attention span of a pea, if it's because I'm better at learning visually, or if she talked in circles again.
I know everyone hear can't possibly be an Obama supporter. I'm interested in hearing from both sides, because I know so many of us are quite passionate about the outcome of this election. So many of us are worried about the immediate future of our country. So many of us are hoping this election will make a big change for us.
I'm curious: what issues are most important to you? Why are you voting for who you've chosen? Are you yet undecided? Why are you undecided? What is going to influence your decision?
I'm not asking so I can debate your answer. I just want to hear what you think. :-)