Except for their opinions on domestic economic and social affairs — and even not entirely despite them — I find the Washington Post’s endorsement of John Kerry to very clearly portray my feelings on the election ahead of us. I do not believe in entitlement and the extremes of so-called “bleeding heart” liberalism, but on most counts I agree that Kerry represents the best compromise of ideals to lead us through the next four years. That said, I don’t think that another Bush presidency would ruin our country, and I believe that some of the policy decisions viewed today as ridiculous will be redeemed in hindsight.

Either way, I hope everyone who is able to vote will make informed decisions on November 2. No matter the outcome, our freedom to choose how we want to be governed is precious and too often taken for granted. We must relish and protect this freedom; we owe this to ourselves, and we owe it to our children.

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