In the last election, the results seem to be more of the same. We just get more of it every time.
With the latest election, the only candidate that actually seems to make some sort of difference is the guy who seems to have no idea how our political system works. Sullivan seems to have no idea what the rules are or why he’s on this earth.
I’m not sure why this is. Maybe it’s because Sullivan doesn’t seem to be able to remember any of the last two elections and he’s just too busy being a politician. Or maybe it’s because he doesn’t like being the face of the party. Either way, it doesn’t look good for him.
I’ve never really had a friend, so I can’t tell you how much I’ve changed, except for one thing. There have been some oddball-ball discussions in this section, but I’ve only been on the list briefly, and this has been pretty much the most recent one.
In a way, I suppose that all this is a little bit of a double-down as far as voting goes. People are voting in an election, and then we’re voting on the elections, which is why Ive always voted. But, my vote has always been on the people that Im related to. Its not every time that I vote like every other time. I’m not voting for myself.
No, I’m not going to try to make up a reason for this, it’s not just because I voted this time. Im not voting for myself.
The same thing happens with the other two versions of the game. In the first, the world is divided into two or three major parts and you have to move around the world a few times, but eventually you’ve got to move into something else. The game’s ending story tells us that you can’t move around the world one time. Your enemies can’t move around, so you have to move into something else.