I try not to get political

I've tried in the past not to get political, not to speak out, not to share my opinion in hopes that I would not alienate others or inadvertently judge.

I've been able to vote in 3 presidential elections....each one I have not been passionate about. I think this is typical for my generation. I have cast my ballot for the candidate who seemed most appropriate; however, knowing that the chips would fall where they may, my singular vote made no huge difference, and one president really was probably no better than another.

Something I have realized during this presidential primary is that my previous way of voting was due to what I saw as a lack of inspiring candidates. All candidates were equally uninspiring and so, I took the safe road, voting for who I thought was the less sleazy (if that can even be accurately measured) of them all.

But I have HOPE in this election. There are several candidates who I think would do a decent job, but there is one man who I think can change the course of our history...who can inspire and unite a divided nation, who can do unprecedented good in an office than has become a den of corruption.

If my words don't hold the least bit of sway with you...and why should they...and if you are at least a bit curious to know who I support, please watch this video.


  1. Ah. Thanks for the new post. It was tough coming to your blog everyday and drinking sand. Started to dry the throat.

    That said, as far as politics go, I say to you "welcome" to the group of us Christians who refuse to be constrained by red evangelical culture.

  2. Anonymous6:44 AM

    Baby Girl,
    Couldn't find the link to the video? It is probably just me!