Tag: presidential election

We desperately need another choice

We desperately need another choice

So, y’all are really telling me that my choice in this year’s presidential election comes down to a man who always appears tired and confused or a nutjob narcissist who is laser-focused on the urgent decision of whether it’d be better to die by shark bite or electrocution? Really? When it comes down to shark bite vs. electrocution, I feel the same way I do about the election: I’m not satisfied with those options. There are 337 million people in the U.S., and I bet there’s at least one person — maybe even two — who would make better presidents. […]

Why I voted in Georgia’s stupid primary

Why I voted in Georgia’s stupid primary

The process by which we select major parties’ presidential candidates in America is horribly flawed and unfair to most of us who don’t live in Iowa or New Hampshire — places that receive snow in mid-March and therefore should not be eligible.  We’ve known since 2023 that Trump and Biden would be nominees in 2024, and about 37 people in the U.S. are pretty excited about it — and at least one, Melania Trump, is downright disgusted about it.  In this photo from my office, though, are a few reasons why I took a minute during lunch today to vote […]