I personally find it a waste of time talking about possible connections, theories, etc. when we should be talking about simply the records of Bush and Kerry.
I prefer to distance myself from labels like "fascist" and such which many progressives are calling Bush. I believe that doesn't solve anything and only incites more inability to discuss and dispute the issues together. I also find it disturbing how Bush is trying to make "liberal" a dirty label in saying "Oh, beware he's the most liberal senator, so liberal he even makes Ted Kennedy Massachusett's conservative senator!".
What I'm interested in is simply discussing the records, what we do know. I'm not blasting Bush on what he may or may not be, or someone in his family being related to an infamous party in the past. I'm blasting him simply for his unsatisfactory record these past four years. He's digging us deeper into war, his bad decisions are responsible in part for a lost 821,000 jobs, 235,000 veterans have lost health insurance, the environment is in its worst shape yet, assault weapons are back on the streets, more have been put into poverty than brought out of it, etc. Just yesterday he signed a $140 billion corporate tax cut bill which will encourage the further exporting of jobs overseas and empower further the domination of corporates such as Wal-Mart, which continue to hurt small businesses everywhere.
It isn't hard at all to find something against Bush. His record should be enough, and the irresponsibility that paints his record is how I've judged him and why I've voted Kerry. Of course, morals motivate my decision as well, as war is against my morals.
But I'm not interested in throwing labels at one another. Labels only divide us apart further and further the inability to discuss these matters without hesitation and jumbled emotion.
"You'll find something that's enough to keep you
But if the bright lights don't receive you
You should turn yourself around and come back home" MB20