Wednesday, October 27, 2004

The New Republic Online: Risk Management

The New Republic Online: Risk Management: "But in a democracy, you sometimes have to have faith that a new leader will be able to absorb the achievements of his predecessor and help mend his failures. Kerry has actually been much more impressive in the latter stages of this campaign than I expected. He has exuded a calm and a steadiness that reassures. He is right about our need for more allies, more prudence, and more tactical discrimination in the war we are waging. I cannot say I have perfect confidence in him, or that I support him without reservations. But not to support anyone in this dangerous time is a cop-out. So give him a chance. In picking the lesser of two risks, we can also do something less dispiriting. We can decide to pick the greater of two hopes. And even in these dour days, it is only American to hope."

Andrew Sullivan endorses Kerry -- think about it... Via new media musings. If you know anybody who still plans to vote for Bush, ask them to read the entire essay before 11/2.
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