Laura Spero ’02 has an op-ed on President Bush’s “Irresistible Potion.” She ends with:

It’s no surprise, either, that as the presidential race comes to the homestretch, religion has become a central point of discourse. Because, ultimately, this has been a religious experience all along, and fifty percent of America is still drinking with ferocious thirst at a wine they cannot resist. What is left but for the opposition to call Bush’s bluff, a well disguised poison, and beg a parched America to cork the bottle?

Alas, I have already drunk the Kool-Aid.

If EphBlog were really cool, we would collect all the Eph opinions about the election in one place. Alas, we are not that cool. Maybe next time.

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