I’m pretty much a libertarian (not a member of the party – I just share a lot of their views). I am not a member of any political party – I consider them all evil.
Yesterday I joined two podcasts. The first is a quick listen – “District of Corruption” – An irreverent look at Washington D.C. area social media and public relations. A 30 minute podcast where I talk about “the beer test” – which candidate/President would I most/least want to share a beer with.
It was pretty cool talking to someone that actually played at Woodstock!
This podcast is in two parts – I don’t chime in until the second part (and then maybe too much). I also make a couple of “I’m nervous” mistakes, like misidentifying the college in Chicago David Sanborn was at, and said the first person I voted for was John Alexander (although I know perfectly well it was John Anderson).
I’m not really a comfortable public speaker – and just because it is on the phone, it doesn’t get any easier.
But I enjoyed the podcast a lot – we talk about politics, and I again speak highly of Mr. Obama. But I haven’t decided who I will vote for – I rarely do until the last moment.
I like doing podcasts – I “meet” some of the most interesting people, and the conversation is always interesting. Plus, since I work out of my home, it gives me a chance to interact with other adults 🙂