A word from George Will

George Will sets out his case for re-electing President Bush. For Will, who has been quite critical of the president, it boils down to the case for defeating John Kerry:

Reasonable people can question the feasibility of Bush’s nation-building and democracy-spreading ambitions. But, having taken up that burden, America cannot prudently, or decently, put it down. The question is: Which candidate will most tenaciously and single-mindedly pursue victory? The answer is: Not John Kerry, who is multiple-minded about most matters.

This statement, captures the reason why I believe President Bush will win. That, and the fact that, as of now, there has been no terrorist attack on the homeland since 9/11.


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