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DAGRON! [Oct. 8th, 2004|11:32 pm]
Chaz Meyers
I'm not going to comment on the debates because side-by-side press conferences aren't interesting to talk about, nor a good judge of who would a good president. (That said, although Bush had a decent showing this time compared to the first debate, I do think that Kerry had a stronger presentation both times. I'm just disapointed that such antics have such a strong sway on people's opinions.)

Instead, I leave you with a Daily Show quote from a few nights ago because it really amused me:

"Apparantly there were no weapons of mass destruction in Iraq and their capabilities had been degraded and they pretty much stopped trying anything back in '98. Both the President and Vice President came out today in response to the findings and said that they clearly justified the invasion of Iraq. So... uh... Some people look at a glass and see it as half full.... and other people look at a glass and say that it's a dragon."

PS. For those of you who haven't heard, Poland is leaving. Such sorrow.

[User Picture]From: finnell1912
2004-10-09 05:38 pm (UTC)
For me the Presidential Election is just a beauty pagent to see who looks the best as the "leader" of the country. When you get down to brass tacks the most important votes lay in the senate and congress overall. There is nothing the preisdent can do that either congress or the senate can't overturn with enough votes. I always make sure to read up on senate/congress candiates before I vote.

With the widespread media coverage that everything gets today the presidential position is little more then a face man or a corporate spokesman with the coporation being the United States. It has been since Nixon vs Kennedy and there is little that will change in my mind. Pick the person who can fling the lingo best and make sure you carefully pick the rest of your delegates.
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