So I will be watching the debate tonight here in the sovereign capital of the bible belt (SC). Now that the resounding cries of "Justice is Served" (tm) are dying down, maybe we can start discussing more important details like working on the deficit (mission impossible?) and revising our foreign policy. Tonight everyone will try to "out America" everyone else ( they supported the war on terror, yadda yadda) and distract everyone from the fact that we're screwed financially, and the whole world is laughing at us.
We must endure a deeper recession before we can ever get out of this foreign debt that we have. We consume too much and produce not enough. We live beyond our means and sacrifice our future for the car the television says I should have. Meanwhile, the parade continues and everyone acts as if we can continue to sell our country in securities we'll only pay with freshly printed inflated dollars. A run on the dollar is closing in, and we're doing nothing to prevent it. I hope someone addresses these issues, and I'm pretty sure it will be Ron Paul. I'll be back later with comments on the debate.