posted on Sep, 22 2003 @ 03:22 PM
1) It's early in the process.
2) Nobody worth voting for? If we're talking about the Republican ticket, I'd agree with you.
But for the Dems, there is too much credible accomplishment in the legitimate candidates to be ignored. It's a Karl Rovian response to the reality at
hand: there are much stronger and better equipped leaders on the Dem side of the isle going into the election season than Bush could ever hope
to be, even with a soul implant and a decade of cloistered tutor time.
Notice the a) Conservative pundits on Sunday political shows mimicking this fairy tale and b) the amount of times it gets repeated on those same
corporate complicit media outlets over the other show spans.
Not that I think of your opinion on par with that group think, but it's easy to not stop-look-and-listen to the reality sometimes.
3) Pick the candidate - Why the rush? The debates have barely started. The best man will be nominated and Bush would be put out - he's the ideal
recruiting impetus - Greens even are signing up with the Dems, as well as Indies. Politics as usual is out the window - there's too much at stake
based on the history of smash & dash thievery of this Bush Junta too listen to all that nonsense of " lose so Hillary can Run in 2008" nonsense