As the election nears it seems as though the political heat is rising as well. You can't open Facebook, go to the coffee shop, or even walk through the halls of school or work without having to sort through what to me is political garbage. I get the election is important, that it will change our country for many years to come, and that many people are passionate about how they feel, but guess what... I don't care who you are voting for! 

We are now less than a month away from choosing a new President of the United States. The debates, the ads on TV and radio, and the signs all over town are enough to drive a sane man crazy. So when I do go to a place for refuge it would be nice to have it.

200 million people can vote for who they want to be the next President. I don't care what you are voting on, when you let 200 million people have an opinion, there are going to be differences. These differences can pull friends, families, and co-workers apart. But, if you just keep your mouth shut, don't bad talk anyone or bring up issues that may hurt feelings you can still make your vote, and in turn won't make anyone mad or upset.

Talking trash about one candidate or the other is not going to sway my vote or anyone else's that I know for that matter. I don't care if you think Romney has a crooked smirk when you think he is lying or if you think Obama says "uh" so much because he has no idea what he is talking about. Actually, according to a Rasmussen poll released yesterday, only 2 percent of likely Colorado voters are undecided. I don't think us average Joe's posting political b.s. on Facebook is going to help these few people decide...

Please vote, wear the sticker they give you, and be proud that you did it, but keep your vote inside those cheesy looking polling booths. I don't care who you are voting for, and I don't think anyone else really does either!