"...everyone is bored,and devotes himself to cultivating habits..these habits are not peculiar to our town.." Albert Camus "The Plague"

Monday, November 06, 2006

Below is the lead from a long, but important, analysis of what is at stake in tomorrow's election. The link is to the entire article.

Election About Stopping The Next 9/11

Ronald Kessler
Monday, Nov. 6, 2006

WASHINGTON -- Contrary to what many pundits would have you believe, this election is not about side shows like the meaning of Macaca or Senator John Kerry's assessment of American soldiers' I.Q. Instead, voters face choices about the most fundamental issue: our national security and whether we can foil a devastating attack that could kill millions of Americans and wipe out our economy.

From NewsMax

YouTube has 3 videos depicting what Democratic anti-war campaign ads would have looked like in 1941, 1861, and 1775! Click links below to watch.

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