This is the summer of our discontent. The American public is finally asking hard questions about President Bush’s stewardship of the Iraq war. Although voters share Bush’s vision of a democratic Iraq and agree with his warning that failure would be devastating, they are reexamining whether the president’s “stay the course” philosophy remains practical more [...]
Bush v. Grandma: He doesn’t have a chance of reforming Social Security.
What the next president will do in Iraq.
Analysis of the presidential contest: Why Kerry tied the race, and why personal qualities hold the key to a Bush re-election.
Is this the year of political realignment?
The key to President Bush’s reelection: independent voters.
However you measure it, Howard Dean’s ascent from bottom of the barrel in early 2003 to top of the heap by year’s end is an amazing story. Dean dealt himself a serious blow with his manic concession speech in Iowa, to be sure. After gaining a seemingly insurmountable lead in late 2003, Dean finds himself [...]
If you’re a sports junkie, you have to be disappointed in Sunday’s Super Bowl match-up. What should have been a classic, nail-biting thriller between the Oakland Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers turned into an embarassing rout. But if you’re a political junkie, you had even more reason to be disappointed with the ouctome. After all, [...]
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Kaavya Ramesh
Source: AFF Doublethink Online | Hadley Heath