Wednesday, September 15, 2004

An Election about the Past

This election has deteriorated to the point that it is almost not worth paying attention. Isn't an election supposed to be about what a particular candidate can do to serve his constituents? At the most it should be about an incumbent record in his past term of office, what he or she did and what he or she has planned for the future. The challenger can then criticize his or her opponents views and record and offer a differing point of view.

This presidential election has deteriorated to the point that there is almost no discussion right now about the present and only a referendum on the very distant past. And the past in question is no longer President Bush's record over the past four years, but rather it seems that the Kerry camp and the Democratic Party has simply decided that the most important issue is whether or not President Bush fulfilled his duty almost thirty years ago.

What is hilarious to someone like me is that their obsession with trying to smear the President has come up and bit them in the ass. The Kerry camp has become so consumed with trying to discredit the president that they were duped by a hoax. These forged memos could be the thing that completely unravels the Kerry campaign.

The Kerry camp has become so clouded in its judgment, that they have forgotten the things that got them into this race. As much as I hate to admit it: Bush is still vulnerable, but as long as these fools continue to harp on an untrue and ridiculous story they will continue to hand this election over to President Bush.

And America will be just a bit safer under his watch!

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