From This Week on ABC: "I am not George Bush. I have been against George Bush on most things."
From today's "I'm a Loser" speech: "I went into public service to find solutions, not to point fingers. To unite, not to divide."
First, let's recognize that it's a really bad sign when you have to tell people "I am not George Bush." Second, if you don't want to be mistaken for GB, maybe you should think about hiring a different speechwriter. And third, when are the hawks going to stop labeling anyone who disagrees with the war--or who runs against them in an election "divisive." Fascism is the system you're looking for if you want national unification. Democracy is about debate.
In sum, I'm glad he lost. But then, I hate freedom, so what do I know?