|By Thomas Schrunk (cache-mtc-aa07.proxy.aol.com - 220.127.116.11) on Thursday, April 08, 2004 - 5:26 pm: Edit Post|
Bush has disappointed in a number of areas, but especially his reasoning for war and in his capabilities on the world stage. Plus, the Republican Party is owned by special interests, which Bush has in each instance acceeded to.
Unfortunately, the Democratic Party is also owned by special interests, and we can expect Kerry to acceed to those who have paid his campaign expenses as well. He is capable of giving into emotion over intellect in calling on the use of stratigic petroleum reserves to address high gas prices here in SUV land.
For each man, when there is a conflict between the interests of the people and the interests of their interest groups, the people will come out second. In the end, however, it's time to change the ideological bent that we're currently on.