That seems to be the buzzword with the Dems in this election. I think it's an irrelevant word as Bush is out and there will most definitely be a change in the government. They might use it in the general election, but to be using it on each other is foolish and further demonstrates the candidates' attempt to appeal to the most simplistic notion the voters can (or can't) latch on to. Republicans are doing the same thing, but their theme is "fear". National security, TWOT, Iran...anything other than the real problems facing this country like the debt, possible collapse of the dollar, energy, the crisis with our childrens' health, the environment. Both they and the Democrats refuse to discuss any real issues. Change? Fear? How about discussing the issues that the nation is confronted with. Can we get a real patriot to shed some light on what's going on? I'm so wasted on this election, and it's got another TEN MONTHS to go!