Anyway, Here's a point I'm trying to make. I am not a Conservative nor am I a Republican, but I am very much fed up with the news right now. Why so, do you ask? Well, here's my explanation.
I have gotten tired of hearing about the entire Republican Mess and the Polls, as well as the ISIS paranoia that has been occuring ever since last Friday. None of those guys (save Kasich and maybe Rubio) are doing well in debates nor are they sane enough to be president. Polls aren't everything, you know! Good god, I am sick and tired of hearing about this entire "(You-Know Who) Carson and (You-know-Who) Trump" business in general. It's good to be informed, but it is very overwhelming for me right now. I know the government will take down ISIS and recruit members, but it will take awhile. But I'm sure we'll be safe.
The election is not until 2016 of November next year, so we have a while to go. Iowa, despite the fact that it is going to cast the first voting ballots, is not that heavily populated as a state (Well, you can say that for most of the Midwestern region). The way we can stop ourselves from getting too alarmed or overstimulated would be to just simply take a break. The news have a bias, and despite what they say, may not tell the entire truth. Same for polls. This doesn't mean burying our heads away and trying to lock ourselves out of the world. It means, resetting it by taking a break. Taking pleasure in activities that are not news, watching TV that is not the news, baking, talking with friends, I could go on. There is a line between being obsessed and being informed. I am very well-informed if you are wondering. Yeah. Yeah.