This election has me worn out. What is there to say that has not already been said? The battle lines have been drawn, and frankly, barring any unforeseen world events, the outcome depends on which politician told the best story.
Part of the problem for me is that I have already made my decision and moved on. I am voting for McCain on 4 November, and I am also dedicated to the idea that I cannot be part of the process that brought our political hopes to this point.
Unfortunately, in the mean time, there are still fourteen days until the general election and there might be a few people left to convince. Most polls show as many as 12% of voters are still undecided, a historical first. I wonder what it takes to break that kind of voter paralysis after two years of campaigning?
How did we get to this point? More importantly, how do we fix it?