How Should You Vote - Anti-Kerry Or Anti-Bush?

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What makes this presidential election distinctly different from the rest? As two opinion pieces on the upcoming in the 1st Anniversary edition of the magazine News Informant makes clear, it’s not about whom people are voting for, but whom they are voting against. The Anti-Kerry faction, a.k.a. those supporting George W. Bush, question John Kerry’s ability to defend the United States against enemy attacks and his commitment to military action in Iraq. In contrast, the Anti-Bush faction, a.k.a. those supporting John Kerry, question George W. Bush’s wisdom in invading Iraq and his ability to run the economy.

PRWEB) October 28, 2004 -- An article entitled “Pro-Bush/Pro-Kerry: Side-By-Side Opinions About Who Should Be Elected” in the October 25, 2004 issue of the weekly web magazine News Informant presents a two-sided commentary on the impending election, with critical views on the issues from each side. According to News Informant editor Bernard Perlstein, “One thing became apparent as we were researching this article -- no one appears so much to want either George W. Bush or John Kerry as President.” “Rather than voting for the candidate people would like to be President of the U.S., people are voting against the candidate they do not want to be President,” he added.

The two combined opinion pieces in the News Informant article offer opinions from both political sides on issues including:

·National Security

·Unemployment

·Healthcare

·The Budget Deficit, and

·The War in Iraq

“Our news articles are intended to be balanced,” Perlstein explained. “Given that the upcoming election is expected to be close, the date is near, and the current issue of our magazine is our 1st Anniversary edition, we wanted to offer voters some added guidance through these opinion pieces on the election. But we still wanted to achieve balance through two different views.”

Asked whom he thought would win the election, Perlstein quipped, “Apparently it will be whichever candidate the voters dislike less.”

The News Informant article in its entirety, and its sources, can be found on the web at: http://www.newsinformant.com/2004_10_25/politics.php#000856. A free registration is required to view the article.

To request a free copy of the article, or to obtain reprint rights or other use of the article, please contact Media@newsinformant.com.

About News Informant:

News Informant, a publication of News Informant Inc., is a weekly electronic magazine focusing on news analysis of important domestic and global issues that are not sufficiently covered by the U.S. media. The magazine uses respected worldwide online source material to render original information and perspectives. The periodical follows the slogan, “It’s Not Just the News – It’s What’s Behind the News.”

News Informant, founded in 2003, was the brainchild of Bernard Perlstein, who believed that broadcast and electronic journalism too often focused on the excitement of immediate events, to the detriment of analysis of causes and possible solutions.

The magazine is the premier electronic source for news analysis on issues significant to U.S. residents. Making use of features that can only efficiently be provided through the Internet, the magazine, in addition to articles, provides immediate links to additional sources of information concerning the topic at hand.

About Bernard Perlstein:

Bernard Perlstein, founder and editor of News Informant, as well as regular contributor, has had a life-long interest in what is known in the social sciences as “political economy.” Mr. Perlstein established this magazine in order to provide, “the depth of coverage of the vital political, economic and social issues, in a concise format geared for the information age.” His specialties are in Politics, Economics and Foreign Relations. Mr. Perlstein majored in Government and minored in Economics at Oberlin College. He earned his BS in Mathematics and Computer Science from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MBA from De Paul University.

For additional information on News Informant or Mr. Perlstein, or for media inquiries, please contact:

Tonya D. Hottmann,

News Informant Inc.

312-644-9868

http://www.newsinformant.com

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