Super Tuesday

Super Tuesday

A day when political future of many President wanna  be is being decided by general population.  Or is it, really?

For democratic party two female and two male candidates are still standing.  But if we here media hype, we will not even know Tulsi Gabbard  is in running.  When pundits are discussing Biden & Bernie, Warren is mentioned in passing.

No, I will not call it a conspiracy or old white men’s ways to keep capable candidates away.  I will call what it is.  Apathy and inaction from general public, media’s greedy grab for TRP and …… .

Did you vote in primary?  Are you looking forward to the general election?



I am again participating in the March Slice of Life challenge via the Two Writing Teachers site. The whole month of march, we blog and share little slices of  lives- some we experience, some we find while walking around.  Would you like to join us too?

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6 thoughts on “Super Tuesday

  1. I have so many emotions about this situation. I think Elizabeth Warren is such a great candidate, and it actually feels personal to me that she is being ignored. I think, as a woman, it is painful to have our country’s disdain for women so displayed.

  2. I saw a meme or a tweet today that said they didn’t understand how women don’t set the world on fire every day. I would argue that we do…but people just don’t want to notice.

  3. I did vote and the turnout was amazing in my area. I think the candidates are very different … so time will tell.

  4. It is always good when we have good voter turnout, ya?

    We usually take our kids to voting with us. This year, our son is taking US Government and planning to volunteer a bot as well. We have some promising candidates running at local and state level.

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