Other than snipe at the media for their ham-handed bias in this election, I haven't really been all that involved. I don't think this is going to be anywhere near the blowout that some people seem to think it's going to be; I don't think Romney is going to win - he's definitely not going to be outside the margin of cheat. I don't think Romney's got what it takes to go up against Chicao politics should he fail to run away with the electoral count - my prediction is that if the count is anywhere near close, we're going to see lawyers descend on every swing state within 5%. We may not know the winner for months.
And, in all honesty, it really doesn't matter. The same special interest groups that bought favor under Obama will buy favor under Romney. Obama was supposed to come into office, shun the corporate fatcats and military industrial complex, etc. and instead just installed his own versions thereof. People screamed bloody murder about Halliburton getting government contracts in Iraq because Dick Cheney used to work for them; however no one seems to mind that the company part-owned by James Biden (yes, Joe's brother) just won a $1.5 billion contract in Iraq. Yes, crony capitalism is bad, unless it's your crony capitalism.
It doesn't matter which of the two
I forget who made the analogy, but "choose the form of your destructor" is especially apt this election...
That is all.