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The two major party presidential candidates this election cycle are indeed a paradigm of paradox on one hand is a man who knows little yet is likeable on the other is one who can explain chloroflorocarbon formation while tackling environmental foreign policy in a debate Which candidate is worthy of the vote The leading Presidential contender according to dubious late-election cycle polls is George W Bush Never in recent times not even in the 1980 election involving Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter has such a lack of intellectual prowess been seen in a forrunning candidate One could be empathetic to the desire of many to elect those best representing the average Joe while thumbing their nose to intellectual credulity Quite a few people see George W Bush in such a light Yet they are wrong George W Bush is not the average Joe Worse he isnt even close to it on either sides of the bar In fact he quite possibly represents two of the leading disqualifying personality traits for any job stupidity and arrogance Regardless of his obvious inability to pronounce multi-syllable words and lack of knowledge of world affairs George Ws willingness to attack intellectualism and intelligence is an insult to the American people This is a man under his own admission whose adult life began at the tender age of forty Firebranding anybody who talks back to him as elitist he singlehandedly has dumbed America down to his own dim level of awareness It is the year 2000 pretty amazing to find Presidential candidates touting their own stupidity in an election cycle huh No presidential candidate ever went broke betting on the anti-intellectualism of the American people It is important to realize that the likeableness of a Presidential candidate has very little to do with his ability to get the job done While simplistic pundits continue to hype George W Bushs lack of intellectual cynicism little attention is paid to the consequences
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