::Sigh:: I'm one of those undecided with regards of the election. I know I'm going to vote, but I really don't know who I'm going to pick. To me, the two main candidates (Bush and Kerry) have enough flaws and shot up with enough holes that I *wish* there was a viable third candidate.
I really don't like certain policies that have been passed forward through the Patriot Act and now the Patriot Act II is going to pull more civil liberties. And don't give me that "If you're not doing anything wrong, you don't have anything to worry about." You gotta also remember "Ignorance of the law is no defense." If you think it's a good idea, let's keep a police radar on you whenever you go anywhere, have a complete audit of your assets every so often at random, have every piece of book that you borrow out from the library looked at, etc.. ... I also don't think it's going to have any effect on any suicidal and politically motivated terrorists anyway....
I'm one of those people who download music, and noting that Ashcroft *ALSO* wants to crack down on that (it's #3 priority aside from terrorism and subversion), eh... i'm quite iffy on that... I like Bush, but I don't like some people that's dragged in behind him...
However, I *am* one of those people who walked out at Farenheight 9/11 (... i can't spell!), a very bad piece of fiction. It pissed me off on how Michael Moore showed how Iraq was all peaceful and whatnot before Bush. Bull. That's just one big pile of bull. I really don't like the Bush bashing that's throwing around either. -.- The connection between the Saudis, bin Laden, and Bush is a huge stretch, at best. With regards of the yellowcake uranium from Africa: even if the intelligence was faulty, you still have to work with what you got... and that's what he got.
I don't like Kerry's positions either. ::Sigh:: I don't really like too much of his foreign policy issues... or even his regards of immigration to this country. My parents and relatives (they're all Asian) worked *very* hard to get their citizenship here, and it should be continued to be something that you should work hard to get. Maybe some help, but it still should be rigorous rather than a free ride in..
As you can see, I am quite divided... And you can see why I'm not really sure who to pick. I don't like Bush over issues... and I don't like Kerry over issues.. and I think both sides are paid by special interests that aren't really what I'd like either. I like Nader, but he ain't going anywhere this time (you might as well vote for Bush). -.- Unfortunately, sometimes I have the feeling that the issues aren't being important as much as the bashing that's going around at both ends.
Heh, I'd run, but I'll get shot up trying to run (plus I'm too young).... but if you want a real demon in office ... that's me xD