Getting Sick of the Campaign

The political campaign, especially the outrageous remarks made by the Republican candidates, was fun for a time, but it’s finally worn thin. Don’t get me wrong; I have opinions about who would do the best job for the American people if elected, and I will vote, but I’m sick of hearing the nuances of the campaign every day. I don’t care if Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz debate the size of Trump’s male member, and as to the Democratic candidates, I know what each of them stands for, and I don’t need to hear it over and over.

The political campaign has been going on for more than a year now, and it won’t end until Election Day in November. That’s far too long. Why can’t we just have, say, six weeks for the primary season and another six weeks for the nominees to battle it out before the general election? I think I could manage to pay attention for twelve weeks total.

The less said on this matter the better. Therefore, I will stop now.