I’m not one to talk about politics, really though I’m not.
At least not to the point I’ll consider blogging about it – until now.
I don’t mean to throw you off but here’s a little head’s up.
At no point am I prepared to get into intricacies about the US election, who I think is going to win or what I think think this might mean for the world yes I said it, the world. Regardless of who wins.
I’ll save that for the face to face conversation I had earlier today.
The truth is, even if you wanted to avoid the election you can’t, it’s everywhere. From IG to Twitter, Facebook and on our TV screens, to every media outlet there is. If you don’t have social media, sorry this includes you too, so it’s probably too late to say brace yourself. You’ve met or overheard that one person who’s uttered the words; race, republican, democrat, Trump, Biden, Harris.
So much has consumed a fair amount of election “talk” I’ll probably become an expert by the next one?
I’m cringing at the thought of this and if what you’re reading sounds good, then to answer your question; no, I don’t know why I was cringing – to begin with
The US 2020 election has dominated every other talking point.
Now that brings me to the next question; whoever wins, what impact will it have on Americans, what does this mean for the world? Do you care? And how much of you’re routine will be as usual?