Comments: I Stand Amazed

B,

Your countrymen are scared. I can't say that I blame them. The administration of our (mis)leader has been waging psychological warfare against the populous of this nation for three straight years now. The soccer-moms are now "security-moms." Now, liberal equals unAmerican. We have gone from being proud, noble and compassionate to cowering, shrill and xenophobic. And for what? Democracy in Iraq? WMDs in the hands of terrorists? Oil?

Hopefully, you're correct. Hopefully, the "previously silent voices, angered into acting" will in fact be heard. If not, the next four years will be the most dangerous and destructive in this nation's history.

Back in August of 2000, as I left active duty in the Army, I made a prediction. I predicted that if history does, in fact repeat itself, then a Bush in the Oval Office would ultimately lead to a deficit and a war.

Damn. I wish I could have been wrong.

-Busta

Posted by Busta at September 28, 2004 03:08 PM

Imagine how handily Gore would have carried Florida if not for the massive ballot mistakes made by the population of senior citizens. Think they will make that mistake again? I doubt it. As for the national polls, I honestly don't believe that we're getting a fully accurate picture of where the voters stand or what the likely outcome is. When I take a poll or vote online in some insignificant website polling feature, I vote Nader. Nov. 2, I'll DEFINITELY be casting a ballot for John Kerry. Factor that in nationwide and the margin closes a bit. I believe that America will be sure to get it right this time, and the better man will prevail.

Posted by Kent at October 2, 2004 12:30 AM