Monday, October 18, 2004

LRC picks
Karen Kwiatkowski notices that matching blue suits and red ties aren’t the only similarities between Bush and Kerry

Comparing the Libertarian and Constitution parties
Why I'm an official Libertarian: for me it's the Constitution Party without the creepy Protestant religious-right aspect

A Yank in England

Mike Rogers on the US election and meeting Yoko Ono
Last Friday I got the chance to meet and talk with Yoko Ono, the widow of former Beatle John Lennon. She is treated like a goddess in this country. Many Japanese worship Yoko Ono; many despise her. When I met her, I realized what charm and grace she possessed and how anyone could be enthralled talking with her, if even for a few moments.
I don't doubt that - she is very intelligent. My problem with the ballad of John and Yoko is they were both married to other people and had kids by them when they began their romance. Got to give Howard Stern credit here - he is uncharacteristically gentlemanly defending Lennon's 'real peace-loving wife', Cynthia.

I've come to the conclusion that, between Bush and Kerry, a Kerry victory is preferable. Incredibly, it seems like Kerry will be the fiscal conservative compared to Bush and I think we can avoid a war with Iran under a Kerry Presidency.
Yanks blind to blundering Bush

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