Anyone But Bush
AllUrHiveRblong2us By Your Powers Combined...Members Join Date: 2002-12-20 Member: 11244Posts: 4,646
Hurting the election?It's reletively easy to see that there has been a very strong anti-bush movement in the US, and this movement oftentimes doesn't have any real standing of its own except to be against Bush. In the past few months of campaigning and choosing a democratic candidate, this anti-bush movement has translated into nominating a candidate based only on his electibility, not his issues, and his campaign has basically boiled down to "I'm not Bush, vote for me!"
The real question is do you think this "anyone but Bush" mentality has adversly affected the real choice on the ballot, considering as the opposition's only standpoint is that he is the opposition? And for those of you who plan to be voting Kerry, do you honestly think he differs so much from Bush considering the fact that he and Bush share similar views on so many issues (ie, the war in Iraq, many tax issues, etc)?
YOU GO NOW!
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