Why would 2004 be any different? presidential elections are never about real issues if you listen to the talking heads and the 30 second political ads. You certainly do not want to come to a web forum to make an informed decision. That should be done by reading the policy papers. Bush and Kerry have plenty of links from their web sites. <br><br>If you would like to talk about a real issue which is a hot potato like Bush banning stem cell research or Bush rolling back environmental regulations or Bush cutting taxes so our kids can be stuck holding the bill go and start a thread and I'll jump in. There is nothing holding you back.<br><br>But Cocaingate is the soup de jour. If you do not think that Bush who is being elected by anti-drug pro-war rhetoric does not have a problem with cocainegate then that is your opinion. I believe it speaks to his character to be pro war very conservative but he skipped out on the Vietnam war so he could snort coke.<br><br><br><br><br>luciferase is a four nineteener
I think that between now and election day the winner will be determined by who f*cks up the worst while on camera and how much the media will spin it for those oh-so-precious undecided nitwits.<br><br>
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