I know this is The Daily Show, so it does have a bit of a bias, but it's fairly even handed and worth watching even for the McCain supporters:
Obama and Palin Rallies of Fear | The Daily Show | Comedy Central
It was surprising to me to see that both sides are genuinely afraid of the other candidate, fearing one or the other will destroy America. I mean, everyone wants what is best for America, yet too many of us avoid having an intelligent conversation on the merits and disadvantages of each candidate. Instead, we make simplifications, exaggerations, and lies on what the other guy will do.
Yet, I can't help but to wonder - if so many people are afraid the other will screw the country over, isn't that a sign that something is terribly wrong? What's going on here? Should we really be afraid of either candidate, or should we really be afraid of both?
What are your thoughts?