We, the voters, have digested so many negative, positive ads and writings for quite a few years in the run-up to the near Nov. 6; what will we do with all we have been fed?
Some of us had our minds already made up because we know the stakes are high on which party the presidency, senate and house positions will go to.
To make things clear, it is sort of like two different armies fighting for two different paths; one path is paved and masked with a far right extreme evangelical face on it; the other path is paved with a modern, progressive sensible direction toward the future. If one or the other gets in, the Supreme Court will be at play and the maturity in this nation will either be rolled back or pushed forward.
For those that are just driven by the negative, positive ads and writings, particularly on wedged issues, think about what type of nation we would want to pass down to generations to come; do we want them to be hogtied by the whims of extreme evangelicals or a government separated from religion?