Friday, August 13, 2004

Election 2004: "Farenheit 9/11" vs. "Kerry On Iraq"

We are entering a new age in politics based on the election related "Buzz" swirling around these two “documentaries, and the number of celebrities getting out and influencing voters. Making Election 2004 feel more like a popularity contest rather than a race for the presidency of the world most dominant country.

(PRWEB) August 13, 2004 -- It's for certain Election 2004 won't be up for any Oscars this year, however, the two documentaries shaping it will get my vote. In an effort to bring some excitement to this election Votersunite.com is hosting an online battle between the now infamous documentaries depending on your political stance. In its own version of Rocky 2004 the challenger “Kerry on Iraq” will face off against “Fahrenheit 9/11 to determine which will have the greatest effect come election day"

We are entering a new age in politics based on the election related "Buzz" swirling around these two “documentaries, and the number of celebrities getting out and influencing voters. Making Election 2004 feel more like a popularity contest rather than a race for the presidency of the worlds' most dominant country. This election will be different from others in that it will be remembered for people voting based on emotion or rather then on merit. Some groups have even gone so far to try to make voting fashionable. I can't remember the last time what your wore had any impact on how you felt voting, but I do know one person who won't be getting my vote for male designer of the year.

What happened to candidates debating in public forums and sticking up for themselves instead of having their political groupies or wives doing all the dirty work? Maybe we should have Teresa vs. Laura in the race for the oval office, between the outspoken Laura Bush and Teresa Kerry (a.k.a. Shove It!) I am sure we would have a campaign to remember. Maybe they could get the men to come out and speak But for now since we can’t seem to have a ‘Mano a Mano’ campaign it looks like were stuck with a ‘Video a Video’ campaign. Maybe I'll just watch this year’s election when it hits the shelves at Blockbuster late November.

Hopefully this will serve as a wake up call for all America that we as a people need to revert back to some old fashioned politics and start demanding more from our leaders.

Edward Leon
VotersUnite.com
info@votersunite.com
(323) 363-5512

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