On the last episode of Face Rockin’, we announced what’s going to be the topic of discussion in this upcoming Monday’s episode: Politics.
If you have an opinion on the topic, post it on Facebook, Twitter, or in the comments section below and it’ll be included with your name/handle in this Monday’s episode of Face Rockin’ in a text graphic. Or you can upload a video to YouTube of yourself explaining your thoughts and send it to our YouTube inbox, and it could be chosen to appear in the show in a fan video segment.
Here’s the topic explained in detail:
It’s election season once again! It’s a time of attack ads, raging internet commenters, debates, and waiting around for someone important to say something stupid. At least, that’s what it feels like sometimes. What’s supposed to be a critical matter seems to be a circus lately. With the media harping on each candidate’s every misstep and poor word phrasing, it seems that the issues themselves can get lost in the background. And as for voters, what do we care about? Do we focus on what’s important to us about the election, or do we let the media and mob mentality steer our actions? Or maybe you’re just now of age to vote for the first time: are you debating whether or not to even go out and cast your vote? If you don’t plan on voting, why is that? Is it because you don’t like any of the candidates, or because you don’t feel your vote will even make a difference?
So that’s the topic! What do you think about the current state of politics? How are you influenced? Are you a first-time voter? Will you vote? Let us know your opinion, but DO NOT name specific candidates and/or bash or promote a particular person or political party. This isn’t about that. It’s about the general state of politics as a whole.
So what do you think? What’s your opinion? Share it in the comments below or on Facebook or Twitter and we’ll include it in the show. Or upload a YouTube video stating your thoughts and send the link to our YouTube inbox and it might be chosen to appear in the show. The only requirements are that you keep your opinions concise and free of profanity and offensive content.