While perusing this comments thread at Howard Dean's website, I found a post (do a find for "degrift", part of the author's name) which states,
- The damage caused by the Bush administration to our society is unaffected by Saddam's capture:
--Our environment continues to deteriorate.
--We still need a health care system.
--International relations remain damaged.
--The rich continue to get richer at the expense of everyone else.
--Unemployment remains way too high.
--Wages for an honest day's work remain inadequate to own a home for too many Americans.
--Our civil liberties remain under attack.
--Our policies continue to provide incentive for terrorist recruitment.
--K-12 education remains weak.
--College education is still becoming less affordable.
--Ownership of mass media continues to become concentrated.
--We continue to undermine our children's future by wasting energy and natural resources.
--There are still large numbers of people (like Alert, today's troll-du-jour) who don't understand the values upon which the country was founded.
--Church and State are being merged.
--Human rights for many Americans are still not respected.
Capturing Saddam Hussein doesn't solve these problems although many Americans may forget this for a few days.
Only this great campaign of hope led by Howard Dean will lead to resolving these real problems.