I just read a balanced Newsweek article that’s worth reading, no matter which side of the fence you’re on. Here’s a quick excerpt:
The three tests of recent weeks—the vice presidential nominations, the conflict in Georgia and now the financial crisis—have raised, in a serious way not always evident in presidential politics, the key question: how would each man lead? Our view is that if you are among the 18 percent or so of undecided voters (the current figure in most national polls), we think you now have more than enough on which to decide. McCain and Obama see the world differently, and you can see how; they behave in their own skins differently, and you can see how. The drama of the autumn has served perhaps the noblest end we could hope for, shedding light on how each man would govern. McCain is passionate, sometimes impulsive and unpredictable; Obama is precise, occasionally withdrawn and methodical.
Do you want Mr. Hot or Mr. Cold as your president? It’s our choice, folks.
[Posted by Mallory]
One response to “is this just a goldilocks dilemma?”
Well, Snow Miser saved Christmas Town and saved Christmas, so I’ll go with frosty. (Hey, let’s sick Mr. Snow Miser on that pesky global warming!)