Wednesday, October 13th, 2004 • 1 Comment on Kerry, Kerry, He’s Our Man
What with the problems I was having with my internet hosting company last week, I didn’t get a chance to comment on the vice presidential debate or the second presidential debate. Tonight is the third and final presidential debate. This time, they’re talking domestic policy, but I imagine Iraq will creep into it. How can it not?
Regardless of my personal feelings for George W., I can’t be the only one who thinks Cheney isn’t just a better public speaker, he has a better grasp of the issues. I don’t agree with him, but at least I’m not left wondering what he just said and whether anyone has completely explained the situation to him.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Bush is dangerous. His arrogance is baffling, his narrow-mindedness is frightening, his domestic policies are short-sighted, his foreign policies are costly (and deadly) and his sense of entitlement is reprehensible.
This is going to be a very tight presidential race and that in itself is mind-boggling. But Kerry is going to win. He has to. The alternative is too scary to think about—but if the worst happens, I’ll send you all a postcard from Europe once I get settled.