Thursday, October 14, 2004


Years from now, nobody would remember these presidential debates. Those moments your candidate triumphed and the other guy stumbled will be totally forgotten the way some movies thrilled us but faded out of our memories quicker than we realize. It amazes me that there are still people, 18% of the voters according to a TV talking head, who claim to be undecided. I mean, going to a restaurant and having a tough time deciding between Kung Pao Chicken and Sechuan Beef is understandable, but, by this time, 3 weeks from the election day, not being able to make up your mind about whether it's Bush or Kerry is plain laughable. The solemnity of a presidential election should not be used as an excuse for self-inflicted brain haze. Here is one rare occasion I'll say nice things about political partisans -- at least they know exactly who they'll vote.

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