Maine Pub Perfectly Summarizes The Post-Debate Mood
Oof. So, uh, how about last night? That was quite the debate. If you can even call it a debate. Mostly, it was two old dudes yelling at each other.
While I, personally, have disdain for both candidates I recognize my bias against them and that it may reflect in my social media feeds, (thanks, The Social Dilemma on Netflix) but I couldn't find one positive post or Tweet about the evening. Some hilarious memes and hot takes, yes, but nothing highlighting anything that would sway an undecided voter.
King Eider's Pub in Damariscotta has yet another amazing sign that honestly is a campaign I can get behind. "Is your refrigerator running? Because I may vote for it."
A play on the classic prank phone call, "Is your refrigerator running? Well, you better go catch it!" This funny sign has a great point.
Think about it, a refrigerator is quite useful. Sure, they don't live for decades upon decades, but they're no life-long politician. Refrigerators aren't racist or sexist. They don't have special interests other than keeping your food and drinks cold. Nine times out of ten they're quite reliable. You don't have to worry about them tweeting absurd things, or making embarrassing speeches. They're there to support you and your family. To be a place for Timmy's artwork and Lucy's report card. No scandals, no allegations, just a fridge.
Perhaps Refrigerator 2020 is one thing we can all get behind.