What I'm seeing in this final week before the election is that Bush in his speeches and commercials, and even his 527s, seem to be pushing a positive message. There's less of the harsh rhetoric, and more of an emphasis on what Bush likes to think of as his steady leadership. It may be too late now to do anything, but I wish Kerry had taken that tack. If there's one thing (perhaps the only thing) that rings true in Bush's criticism of Kerry is that "a litany of complaints is not a plan." True enough...and the problem is, Kerry has been doing a lot of complaining, and very little inspiring. What happened to the hopeful messages we heard at the Democratic National Convention? I think right now Kerry needs to talk much more about a hopeful future, instead of just attacking Bush's record. I think that'll sit better with the undecideds.