Saturday, July 23, 2016

Decision about Voting

I still don't know who I'll be voting for in November.  But I have decided one thing: I'm not telling anybody.  No matter what choice I make, either
a) I will be ashamed of it, or
b) other people will say that I should be ashamed of it.

I remember my mom telling me not long ago that it's so different now.  Everybody talks openly of their political views.  She said that, in the 60s, you didn't even tell your husband or your parents or your kids how you were voting.  It was private.

So that's my voting decision for this year's presidential election.  It's private.
So don't ask.
And don't make ANY assumptions.


  1. I tried that four years ago and it went over pretty well but I still was asked and assumed to have voted "wrong" because I refused to say.

  2. That's why I figured I'd say it now. Then when people start asking in October and November ... or in 2018 ... the answer will still be "Not Telling." And everybody will assume I voted "wrong."

  3. But you'll tell me, right? I promise I won't blab! ;-)

  4. P.S. I don't know what I'm going to do either.