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Originally posted by slank
If you want someone who has held a gun in their hand and used it for the sake of this nation and has intelligence and genuine concern for the American People, vote for John F. Kerry.
Originally posted by mwm1331
Koji K - why should I care what the new yorker's opinon is? Or any other magazine, newspaper, celebrity, newscast etc. for that matter?
I don't get the whole newspaper endorsement thing, why are people so quick to be told what thier opinion shold be?
Originally posted by KrazyJethro
Damn, Kerry has real concern for America? I've not caught that point yet.
Even if he is truely concerned, he will fail to do much more than Bush, especially with a strong conservative push hawking him at every turn.
But it's much as I expect if Bush wins. Strong liberal push etc etc.
Originally posted by Bout Time
THAT IS WHY most all of the National papers & respected periodicals have endorsed Kerry. Partisan rose colored glasses are the only thing from keeping the clusterf*** from you that's obvious to everyone else.
Originally posted by jtma508
Look, I'm from Massachusetts. Do you think we were all jumping up and down when Kerry was nominated? Not really. Not that there was anything WRONG with Kerry. But I think we were all hoping for someone who would ride in on a white horse and straighten-out this deplorable mess. I'm a small business owner AND in Bush's 'favored tax class'. As a result, I have alot of selfish reasons for wanting the Bush regime to stay in power.
That said, I use the 'Trump-Apprentice' model to evaulate the president. If he went to the boardroom saying, "well my team told me there were nukes, weapons stockpiles, Al Queda/911 links, would be democracy and dancing in the streets after an invasion.." and it tunred out as it has, what do you think The Donald would say? It's poor performance and bad decisions. He's responsible. The buck stops with him. He's fired.