Making the Case: Libertarians and Liberals for President Bush
The following links are of course (nearly) too late to influence anyone's vote, but I think they're worth noting for the record. This election will be much discussed over the next four years and, I think, far beyond. (Additional links welcome.)
The Libertarian Case for President Bush
David Hogberg at Hog Haven.
Megan McArdle (a/k/a Jane Galt) at Asymmetrical Information (though I think she's way too pessimistic about Iraq).
Virginia Postrel at Dynamist. (Soundbite: "Though I supported the war in Iraq, I never thought it would be easy. In fact, I thought things would be worse.")
Glenn Reynolds of Instapundit.
The Liberal Case for President Bush
Roger Simon (to be done: link to a specific post)
Ann Althouse (to be done: link to a specific post)
Frank Warner (to be done: link to a specific post)
Kesher Talk rounds up More Jewish liberals for Bush
Sine Quo Non talks about Two Winstons (Churchill and George Orwell, whose main character in 1984 was Winston)
Ari, a 30-something chick in NYC
In February 2003, VodkaPundit compiled a list of Liberals for Liberation. It would be interesting to review which still back Bush.
The Conservative Case for President Bush
I think this one is adequately covered elsehere!
For the liberation of Iraq ... but now for Senator Kerry
Daniel Drezner (Soundbite: "The question to ask is: assume both Kerry and Bush will completely embody their worst stereotypes -- which candidate leaves the country better off? By a hair, I think it's Kerry.")
Josh Chavetz (Soundbite: "Given those two options, this year, I reluctantly choose Kerry.")
David Adesnik (Soundbite: "Ultimately, I recognize that the arguments made above reflect a considerable degree of speculation about Kerry's motives ... [but] I do not believe that it is possible to make a decision in this election that doesn't rest on a considerable degree of speculation.")
Posted Nov. 1, 2004