Friday, October 29, 2004

And the undecided goes to...
Jane Galt offers an extremely comprehensive view of the two candidates, in her process of sorting out which one has won her support. If you remain undecided, I highly recommend you read the whole thing. So what does she decide? (Spoiler alert: I am about to reveal her last two paragraphs. I recommend you read her entire post before reading these two paragraphs) This:

"Ultimately, I've decided to take the advice of a friend's grandmother, who told me, on her wedding day, that I should never, ever marry a man thinking he'd change. 'If you can't live with him exactly the way he is,' she told me, 'then don't marry him, because he'll say he's going to change, and he might even try to change, but it's one in a million that he actually will.'

Kerry's record for the first fifteen years in the senate, before he knew what he needed to say in order to get elected, is not the record of anyone I want within spitting distance of the White House war room. Combine that with his deficits on domestic policy -- Kerry's health care plan would, in my opinon, kill far more people, and cost more, than the Iraq war ever will -- and it's finally clear. For all the administration's screw -ups -- and there have been many -- I'm sticking with the devil I know. George Bush in 2004."

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