I just watched the first presidential debate. I don't like politics. I will vote for John McCain. For a few reasons, which I won't bore you with.
Abortion. McCain is stronger on abortion. When I say stronger, I mean he seems to agree that it is wrong to kill babies. I won't I don't love the fact that people vote on one issue (namely abortion), and I'm not entirely voting on abortion, I also like what little I know about his other policies, such as foreign policy, but abortion is a deal breaker for me. I am hopeful that his choice of Sarah Palin is the best chance that has come along in a long time to reverse Roe v. Wade.
I thought McCain did well in the debate, and Obama was not impressive. I am not objective. Or well-informed. And I always think it's a little lame when conservatives complain about the "liberal media," but man, there is a lot of truth to it. Immediately after the debate, I saw a few reactions from a few networks, and they definitely made it look like Obama was impressive and McCain was not. Sheesh.
I will not say much on this blog about politics. I genuinely do not like them, and honestly know little about them. In summary, what I am saying is that abortion is murder and a big deal, the media is liberal and disappointing, and politics are frustrating.
"Stop regarding man in whose nostrils is breath, for of what account is he?"
Politics isn't the answer.