I'm very glad that we didn't have any political threads going, one less place I could come and not read someone's campaign message or some other random person's spiel about why <INSERT CANDIDATE's NAME> should be President, Governor, Senator, Lickmyboots Ambassador or the town idiot. However, isn't it sad how the American media and the presidential campaign poison the rest of the world with their rhetoric speeches, campaign platforms and other mumbo-jumbo? A fair majority of us that visit TAG mostly live in Japan and how many times have seen a news paper, internet news update or just regular TV mention the American elections??? I tell you, the only news that I really was interested in hearing about was the marijuana laws that were passed in Washington and Colorado. (Yeah, yeah, I know about Amsterdam) This, at least for North America, is a huge shift where the politicians are really listening to the people. They finally legalized something does less harm that alcohol. I've never smoked the stuff, but been around people that have. I suppose the worst thing that could happen is people might go broke buying the stuff. I do personally support penalties for driving under the influence; some people don't know their limits and could wind up doing some serious damage if they get behind the wheel of a car after smoking up some HQ Weed. Financially, it would be a boom of a new business, almost could be called business revitalization if you will. Back to the primary topic - Obama vs. Romney - It's a done deal; Obama is in the house for another four years. Love it or hate it. He won the Electoral votes and the popular vote, poor Florida, don't you guys feel insignificant now, don't you? (OMG! chads, remember that debacle?) I'm done. NEXT!