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October 22, 2004
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Though I can't begin to epitomize the wide variety of opinions read, I can mark their extremes at least. Without further comment, here are two stylishly varied takes on George Bush. You should know they're the impromptu essays of non-voting teenagers asked to reflect on "great decisions" reached in human history.
You should know Styles' own choice falls somewhere in between.Permalink
Logic and reason have almost no role in this political campaign. Beliefs trump facts. We're seeing cognitive dissonance on a national scale.
I have great difficulty imagining a real human being producing "Stylechoice #1," but that's my problem.
I took a sillier approach on my blog today.
I noticed. Oregon-Washington border stories of the sort Dave tells are legend — or is that legion?
I prefer to remember the example of Senator Wayne Morse, a true Oregonian turning uncomfortably in his grave now.
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