Dear Minor Americans,
My mind is submerged in the banality of last night's debate. I only wish I could turn to something more interesting in my day dreaming. I hate when I become obsessed with something so boring, but it seems that preempting preemptive strikes by doing all I can to make sure Bush does not win again is worth the temporary sacrifice of my imagination.
I had a strong reaction to Cheney. Whenever he spoke I had to change the channel. I believe I fear him because he is the mind of the administration speaking without the speech impediment that we call President. He certainly could strike Edwards and I couldn't bear to watch. I preferred the Kerry-Bush debate where the enemy simply looked like an angry chimp that was tired from all the "hard work." All in all, I don't believe we lost any ground, though it was not the clear win I'd hoped for. It seems like a draw. Each side could argue that their candidate won. I am curious as to how this played out with the mythical "undecided voter." I guess we'll see.
-- Minor American