One of the many bloggers that are on this site, from the United Kingdom, answered my open question, see previous blog. Why are some people not interested in politics, especially American politics? Because they are not interested was her answer. I actually wanted to hear from other Americans about the elections, but I would be very interested in learning more about other countries' politics. Here in the US, we just get snippets of information. I know that Canada elected a conservative Prime Minister, Stephen Harper. But how many parties do they have and do Canadian citizens take part in elections as far as working for their candidate. I know, I know, I could Google information, but it would be interesting to learn more about politics from people who live in other countries. Our problem here is that the election cycle is too long and most of us are tired of all the ads and wish it were over. What about politics in India? How does that work? And other countries as well. And do politics in other countries cause problems between family members as they do here?
One of the beauties of these blogs from the A-Z Challenge, is how much I learn from other bloggers. My only regret is that I am not writing a book, so it's hard for me to enter in the book discussions sometimes. Although, I am a huge supporter of writers and their talents, as a "lover of words."
Just my thoughts today as I look out from my window at the beautiful Fall colors. Pikes Peak is showing the first mountain snow fall. This is a clear day where you can see forever.