A quick, concise look at where the candidates stand on issues.
November 1, 2000 11:28 AM   Subscribe

A quick, concise look at where the candidates stand on issues. Roll your mouse over the issues listed on the left, like abortion, and education, and a nice little mouseover script pops up each candidate's platform regarding this issue. Nice!
posted by kristin (6 comments total)
I just enjoyed the little "In Depth" box beside the Fox news logo... Ha ha... IRONY!
posted by Niccola Six at 11:40 AM on November 1, 2000

Am I the only one who thinks a 4-line, 20-word factoid doesn't really qualify as "in-depth" in the first place?

And, um, not that I'm the biggest Harry Browne fan, but he comes off as downright boorish here.

Also, I can't believe Bush's plans on taxation haven't been outlined to at least some degree. (I'm sure he himself is vague on them, but isn't there a position paper someplace with some details?)
posted by chicobangs at 12:26 PM on November 1, 2000

Tsk, tsk.. I was admiring the nice javascript work here and then i looked at the graphics... jpgs for the TEXT on the left side. OK, I'm probably just being overly picky here, but jpgs are terrible for straight text. And gif would have compressed better too. Oh well.
posted by PWA_BadBoy at 12:54 PM on November 1, 2000

Interesting order to put the candidates in. Perhaps Murdoch’s first pick on top, his last on bottom?
posted by capt.crackpipe at 1:10 PM on November 1, 2000

I'd guess alphabetical.
posted by sandor at 1:32 PM on November 1, 2000

Yeah, alphabetical. I really doubt Murdoch takes any personal interest whatsoever in a detail like the order of candidates in a list.
posted by kindall at 5:29 PM on November 1, 2000

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