posted on Feb, 26 2005 @ 02:12 PM
how so? in my opening post, I VOICED MY OPINION, oh wait, I am not supposed to do that!
As for my sign., it speaks volumes about me personally. I can't speak for everyone who supports Pres. Bush. I disagree with democrats on several
issues, however, I do not call them "nazis, murderers, killers, liers" etc. which you very well know this President has been called time and again.
So now who is blind? Is it those who welcome debate without name calling, illusions, wild conspiracies or those who consider everything but the facts?
Amazing how some people are willing to give the benefit of the doubt to our enemies yet spare none for a President that has done everything he can to
make sure that we are not attacked again. Has he been perfect? Ofcourse not. Have mistakes been made? Yes! But what can be done when we are facing an
enemy made up of irrational, fundamentalists who could care less about their liberties let alone ours' as they openely confess that they would do
anything it takes to kill us all? Yet we have people in this country who worry more about the rights of those terrorists than they do about the fact
that they are willing to kill us at any cost. If our current path is wrong then what is the alternative?
Considering that, why aren't his critics willing to accept the fact that his policy and actions have been successful in face of such unprecedented
adversity. Why is it so hard for them to give him credit for anything? Does it all come down to pure bias or is there something else that I am
Freedom of speech is a great right. We all have it. However, how we chose to practice is up to us. To compare Pres. Bush to Hitler should not be
condoned by anyone on the basis of freedom of speech. If we take such pride in practicing that freedom to say anything we want, we should also take
into consideration how what we say is percieved by our enemy and used against us.
I apperciate this conversation with you. You have been very respectful thus far and I hope that those who disagree with Pres. Bush can be respectful
of him at least.