- Voting machines
- It's obvious
machines don't enable fair elections. The software is buggy, the
companies are dishonest, and there's hints of fraud. So why are we
even considering using them?
- Kerry and Vietnam
- Kerry served honourably in Vietnam and then came back to the US
and honourably protested the Vietnam war. Why is this
problem for his campaign? Shouldn't it be considered a qualification?
- Bush and Iraq
- It's painfully
obvious that the Bush administration
used the 9/11 terrorist attacks and selective intelligence as false
pretenses to invade Iraq. They lied and now we're in a disastrous war.
Why is there any question about Bush's fitness for leadership?
- Budgets and tax cuts
- The Bush financial policy is clearly headed for disaster. We're
simultaneously cutting rich people's taxes, spending more
and increasing deficits, and pretending
the $50+ billion we need for Iraq
isn't part of
the budget. Why is the Bush administration still seen as
This is all so clear to me, I wonder what the rest of the country
thinks. Maybe I'm in some sort of weird bubble in San Francisco? Even
people coming back dead from Iraq seems hard to ignore.