of the above
7 October 2004 - Palm Springs Desert Sun
Gary Rosenblum offers
his own scare tactics for how horrible life will be if Bush
is re-elected. Likewise, but using a more conversational tone, letter-writer
Doug Brown asserts
that the country and the world will change for the better with
Kerry at the helm. I must respectfully disagree with both writers
and argue that it will make no difference either way.
candidates support imperialistic military adventures around the
globe, whether it's Iraq, Iran, or North Korea - and either candidate
will be willing to draft our kids to fight their wars. Both candidates
support centralization of power away from the states and the people.
Both candidates agree that throwing ever-increasing bundles of taxpayer
money at failed unconstitutional programs like Medicare and federal
education is what will "fix" the nation. Neither candidate will
address the looming financial meltdown coming as the Baby Boomers
retire (bankrupting Social Security in the process) and the dollar
continues its decline. Both are content to leave these problems
to the next administration (and our kids), as countless presidents
have done before them.
or Kerry - I think I'll vote None Of The Above.