You Know What, MSNBC Focus Group? Just Stay Home. It's Okay Not To Vote.
Last night, MSNBC found 32 more people who still hadn't quiiiiite decided how they would vote in the presidential election less than three weeks away.
First, who won the debate? (Of course, the candidate you prefer not "winning" the debate may not have an effect on your vote.) Even there, a third of the 32 nice people in Columbus, Ohio, could not decide! GEE, WE JUST STILL DON'T KNOW. What does Kellyanne Conway think? Three people answered the question. There was hawing and hemming and much HMMMMS.
"Uh, I think that both candidates had missed opportunities? I think it would have been a much better debate? If both candidates would have stuck to the issues? Explained the reasons? And explained their platforms, and that way the American people could understand where the candidates were coming from and make a decision based off of the actual issues."
So the Trump-leaning woman did not like how BOTH candidates did not stick to the issues, because only Hillary Clinton stuck to the issues. Got it.
Have any of these people decided how they will actually vote?
"Eleven of the people moved to Hillary. Five went to Trump. AND THE REST ARE STILL UNDECIDED."
Sixteen people of 32 are still undecided.
And that's where I would just like to say: you know what? It's okay. Stay home. Everybody is ragging on you to make a decision and exercise your sacred franchise and blah blah blah pester pester pester but STAY STRONG.
I mean it. This isn't even a pro-Hillary thing, worrying about how you might vote Trump. "Oh, you have to vote against Trump or the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse will ride across the heavens and ..." I don't care if you all "lean" Hillary right now. Stay home anyway. If you, having watched those two candidates -- one of whom actually talked about issues, in fact! -- simply cannot see a difference between them, then just take a mental health day on Nov. 8, turn on a Real Housewives marathon, drink some spoiled milk and eat some thumb tacks, and stand dumb and sluggish knowing I absolve you of your civic duty.
You should probably try to get out of jury duty, too.
Rebecca Schoenkopf is the owner, publisher, and editrix of Wonkette. She is a nice lady, SHUT UP YUH HUH. She is very tired with this fucking nonsense all of the time, and it would be terrific if you sent money to keep this bitch afloat. She is on maternity leave until 2033.