Hilary:The election is still two months away and I'm already sick of the political ads. Look at these flyers we got in the mail just today, not to mention the canvassers ringing our doorbell nonstop!
Bill:It's worse if you watch TV, with attack ad after attack ad. It's gotten completely out of hand.
比尔：如果看电视，感觉会更糟，广告铺天盖地席卷而来 。简直像是失控了一般 。
Hilary:What happened to campaign finance reform? After years of talking about it, we still have lots of political action committees using soft money to finance media campaigns.
Bill:You can't even call them media campaigns anymore. They're more like smear campaigns. I'm fed up with all of this propaganda.
比尔：你甚至不能再把它称为媒体宣传了 。它们更像是诽谤宣传 。我受够了所有这些宣传 。
Hilary:You know what we should do?
Hilary:We should take a vacation until the election is over…in Thailand!
Idiom: get out of hand
Meaning:if a situation gets out of hand, it cannot be controlled any more Things got a little out of hand at the party and three windows were broken.
1. In my first year at college my drinking got a bit out of hand.
2. He tried to expand the firm quickly，but his staff did not have enough experience. Production got out of hand and he went bankrupt.