If you think this election has been hard on those of voting-age, you should see what it did to little Abigael Evans.
And now you can, because she's on YouTube, Facebook and a web page for National Public Radio, whose election coverage made the Colorado 4-year-old cry, on video.
"I'm tired of Bronco Bamma and Mitt Romney," she sobs when her mother asks what's wrong.
"The election will be over soon, OK?" mom says.
Lying to children: another new low in civil discourse this election year.
We wish it would end Tuesday, with a clear winner and two competitors who shake hands and pledge to work together for what's best for these United States, if the states don't tie at the Electoral College.
As Aerosmith once sang, "Dream on, dream on, dream on "
We'll be lucky if storm-damaged electronics in New Jersey don't give that state to Romney, causing riots resulting in a Bruce Springsteen benefit concert where dozens are injured by flying lawsuits.
That whole Hurricane Sandy thing was a conspiracy to begin with: The storm was drummed up by government scientists using the HAARP, or High-frequency Active Auroral Research Program, which studies how best to send radio signals through the upper atmosphere, as far as you know. Some believe it enables the government to engineer hurricanes.
Others think the government doesn't need HAARP for a hurricane, just a few aircraft to seed the storm, leaving vapor trails visible on radar.
You may find that hard to believe, but it's on the Internet so it must be true.
"It may be a natural storm," said one theorist. "But the fact is that because they have these weather weapon systems, we must look at this."
Obama benefits by having Sandy "dominate the election now in the final stretch" with Romney gaining, he said.
That's not all Obama needs to distract us from: Talk-show host Glenn Beck has uncovered a White House gun-running scheme that triggered recent killings in Libya.
"What is happening with Benghazi is so far beyond lying, it's staggering," Beck said, of the U.S. ambassador's death adding "whether it was a deal that went bad, I don't know."
Anyone who thinks an election seeded with government storms and gun-running ambassadors will end Tuesday is having a childish fantasy they may laugh about later -- like in 10 years, when along with little Abigael they turn 14.
Tim Chitwood, reporter, can be reached at email@example.com or 706-571-8508.