Let the past sleep, but let it sleep in the sweet embrace of Christ, and let us go on into the invincible future with Him. (Oswalt Chambers)

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

In a Perfect World . . .

. . . once someone has mailed in their absentee ballot, that someone should never have to hear or see another political ad and all political phonecalls should be blocked.


9 comments:

Judy S. said...

That's the best idea I've heard so far this week! I am very tired of dinnertime phone calls.....

Linda in Alameda, CA said...

I totally agree!

Nancy G said...

A hearty AMEN to that! Thank heavens for caller ID, so I can at least avoid answering those phone calls.

NMjewel said...

Do we have a candidate in favor of this?

Marie said...

If you find that place, please send me the real estate listings!

kristieinbc said...

At least you live in the USA, where the election is taking place. Imagine my confusion when twice in the last week I have received US political phone calls at my home here in Canada!

NMjewel said...

To kristieinbc: We feel your pain!

Anonymous said...

I thought political robocalls at 6:00 PM were annoying. Turns out it's nothing compared to the robocalls in Nevada at 1:00 AM from Arizona resident Sandra Day O'Connor trying to influence the way Nevadans choose their judges.

Joyce said...

I think once you've made up your mind (even if it's just in your head) you shouldn't have to hear any more ads...