It's official. I've become officially disgusted with the nomination process, and while it would be easy to place the blame on the voters of this country, I can't help feeling it's not really their fault they are so misinformed. They foolishly placed their faith in the media to act as an impartial observer to provide accurate and unbiased information to help them make their decision.
The media has already decided who they want to win, basing their coverage on polls, which determined front runners, except were found to be seriously flawed in determining the winner in New Hampshire, but still guides their coverage of candidates today, which explains why you get more coverage on Rudy Giuliani, who has yet to win or place in fully one-tenth of the country, than you do on Ron Paul. When they do mention Dr. Paul at all, it's in the form of a smear campaign based on something someone else had written in the last millennium, while there is very little media outcry over Mike Huckabee's racist statements of last week , or Hillary Clinton taking money from a money launderer for the Mexican drug cartel. (Or her connections to a Macau crime lord who runs a child prostitution ring, even going as far as having the two of them photographed together.)
Senator Clinton, who is shaping up to be her party's candidate in November, is running on a promise for change, but all she is really offering is is more of the same bullshit we got from Bush. So excuse me if I'm officially disgusted, not only with the media, but those who would call themselves progressives rallying behind such an obviously flawed choice, especially when there were more better suited candidates. It's not even November yet, and once again, the Democrats have proven to be disappointing as usual. Guess I'm voting independent, again.