This just entered my mind: The Bush-Administration is talking about terroristic attacks of Al Qaeda during election rallies of both parties. What if
the Republicans use this thread to bump off Kerry?! The Democrats would not be able to find another candidate so quickly and Bush would have best
chances to stay in office...
I don't know, I think the powers that be have kind of made sure that they have this election sinched. Both are skull and bones, so if there is a
mass conspiracy going on, then both men would be puppets probably. Why risk an assassination?
Let's get serious here! A hit to take out one's opponent? That's about the most ridiculous thing I've heard. If Kerry is whacked though, the first
place to look is at the head of the democratic party. It might be the only way they can get a viable candidate in there.
Im almost afraid to say this, but if they offed Kerry almost certainly John Edwards would replace him, and honestly I think Edwards would VERY likely
do much better than Kerry at the head of a ticket. So if Bushies did do that they would be well advised to take out Edwards in the same shot. I
don't like saying this because I believe Kerry and Edwards have real concern for America and the American people that Bush and Cheney will never
have. Frankly Washington is such a corporate sesspit that I almost agree with 'Free Mason's (much as i dislike his views on things) idea that
perhaps the country is just too large for good government. Washington is too far away and too far removed from all the people and maybe we would be
better served by state governments that are more accessible and pay attention to what their local constituents are concerned with.
If Kerry was taken out? I'm quite sure that the American people (were not as dumb as you think) would point their fingers directly at the Bush
administration. Bush has too many unanswered questions and Kerry being taken out would only hurt his chances more.
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