Oh sure. we're much better off with a president that allowed the largest attack against the U.S. to happen on his watch; that attacked two 3rd world countries, and justified attacking those countries with information that was shakey at best, and is now confirmed to be false, let alone the fact that he still hasn't caught the man blamed for 9/11; he watched a record number of jobs leave the U.S., social security dwindles away daily, our former budget surplus is now the largest deficit. And lets not forget the overtime issue. It'll be tough to turn the economy around if/when overtime pay is eliminated. The middle class, the backbone of this country, will be so busy working extra hours for less money that there won't be time to do any shopping, and there won't be money to spend. All these are issues that are very very relavent to every person in this country. Lets not forget that the terrorists that hate American foreign policy also probably hate the people that re-elected the men responsible for creating that foreign policy. Kerry wasn't the solution, but he would've been a step in the right direction. It's too late to change now, though. Election debate is useless for now. We might as well hold all comments until '08 when perhaps a more-sane, more educated, more open-minded America, or , worse case scenario, a more desperate America, will focus on real issues at hand, instead of b.s. moral issues that don't really affect any of the people that worry about them (gay marriages don't hurt or kill people, and making abortion illegal won't stop it from happening, it'll just make the procedures used much more dangerous).
On a much much lighter note, this link
leads to a picture involving Bush and his finger, and I think sums up his intelligence level pretty well.
<small>[ November 05, 2004, 06:11 PM: Message edited by: JayOMF ]</small>