Nov. 2 marks a day America will doubtfully forget. Either George W. Bush or John F. Kerry will be elected president of the United States of America.
With the world’s distasteful opinion of the United States ever-increasing and domestic issues such as health care, abortion and gay marriage all on the line, this election determines who will make some of the biggest decisions this country has ever faced. It is absolutely vital that the electorate chooses a candidate fit for the looming task.
Supposing Bush wins reelection, this country
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