Basically just what the title says -- is anyone here worried (even slightly, or just really hopeful that their candidate of choice isn't being deceitful [
- pardon me]) about the upcoming election no matter who wins it?For example:
Like anyone worried if McCain wins that every state with a gay marriage ban amendment will pass? That the economy will go the way of Iceland? Or perhaps he'll die and we'll get Palin as president? Or maybe he might be more "pro torture" or "getting even" for people in a war than others? Or maybe that the country, with the Palin's help, will turn into the "United Christian States of America"? Or fear that birth control might be outlawed for kids in schools (to buy/etc) since abstinence is the way to go?
Or people worried that Obama being the candidate for "change" has a running mate that's seasoned, that if he dies will take over. Or maybe think his plans won't exactly work? Or just be worried that maybe he doesn't know how to do what he wants -- which might cause more harm than good once it gets put through the political grinder (imagine if the health care became "no health insurance = fines, but it comes out of your own pocket to have it" once it would become a law [similar to car insurance things])?
Or maybe just fear that no matter which wins, neither seem to be (depending on the week, interview, etc) for ending the wars in general?
Or maybe be afraid that he's (either) changed his story on things, and they're not completely sure where he stands?
Or perhaps that the two candidates, based on platforms as seen on websites/news/their own site/interviews, seem eerily similar in a way that no matter who gets in, they'll be doing the same things in different areas that are important to you, yet neither have the same goal as you (ex: neither are for gay marriage, both think the states should decide)?