posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 02:13 PM
I agree. It is pretty evident I think that America took note of the events in Florida in 2000 and officials did their best to prevent voting
irregularities. I don't believe it was in Kerry's best interest to prolong the inevitable nor would it have been in the best interest of the
It is amazing to me that given Kerry's anti-war activities in the seventies, his inability to formulate and articulate a clear vision for a better
America or a better approach to our war to make the world safe from terrorism, that he garnered over fifty-four million votes.
At 1752 MST last night, members of the Kerry campaign knocked on my apartment door and addressed me by name and asked if I had voted. I replied that
I had, but chose not to share anymore information, even the fact that soliciting of any kind is illegal in my apartment complex. You can't say they
didn't do everything they could to get the vote out.
Of course, I am heartened. I was having some real problems dealing with the prospect that a traitor might become President of the United States. You
can't know what I speak of unless you are a Vietnam Veteran, but I have heard it from many, many other Vets who feel, as I do, that we left the
United States and returned to a "bizzaro" United States. It took me years to put it all together that John Kerry had done more to alienate Vietnam
Veterans than any one communist fellow-traveller in the world.
There is hope for America.