Monday, November 01, 2004

"Is there a greater risk in Bush's radicalism or Kerry's conservatism?"--Andrew Sullivan

Last week I wrote, re: Hitchens' kind words for Bush and Sullivan's for Kerry, "In a world where the liberals argue convincingly for Bush and the conservatives do the same for Kerry, is it any wonder there are undecideds?" Seems Andrew Sullivan sees this, too:

"The question we face in this election is therefore a truly befuddling one: In a world in crisis, is there a greater risk in Bush's radicalism or Kerry's conservatism? And what do right and left mean anymore, anyway?"

Are there extensions offered on voting, like if you can't decide who to pick because there's still more background reading you need to do?

1 comment:

Molly said...

There's an article at the nysun.com (this one is free) about how the real victory of the election is conservative values, no matter who wins. It does point out that Kerry is farther to the right than Bush on some issues.
read here: http://www.nysun.com/article/4142