Friday, October 01, 2004

Bush Kerry Distinction

I'm sorry to say I can't recall whether it was David Brooks or Mark Shields on PBS's coverage of the debate last night who made this point, but to me it's the key distinction between Bush and Kerry at this time in history -- Bush is a "nationalist" and Kerry is a "globalization" -- and these two points of view should make it easy to calm down and make a good decision about who you want to vote for.

I think you need to vote for "America First" or "World First" and if you're in anyway involved with the internet, I don't know how you can vote anything BUT "world first" since it's clear we have created a very interconnected global world.

I think there will be a direct correlation between younger voters and a world-first global vote.