We disagree on allot: Health care, social issues, civil rights, war, oil policy, etc. And that's good, America has always been about debate and moving forward on common ground. But something disturbed me this week. When our Vice President (and yes I know allot of you don't like him but he is the VP) was nearly killed earlier this week it was like the entire country, especially the media, didn't really care. Remember back to JFK who was a President, RFK who ran for President, the failed attempt on Regan's life. These were all huge "STOP THE PRESSES" stories. Here's my question: Have partisan politics gone so far that the majority of the country doesn't care when our elected leaders are attacked, so long as their current public approval rating is in the tank? This is not just an American life we're talking about it's an attack on our current VP of the USA by a terrorist. It just really bothered me that the Anna Nichole trial got more attention then this did, please reply.