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john

and who was president during 9/11?

oh yeah.

Mr.Murder

Kerry's goose is cooked. Bush's cook is french.

Tell us which is worse.

Republican brownshirts in Ohio. Challenging legally registered minority votes.

Jim CroW. returns...

You can take my early ballot from my cold dead hands. No Americans will take this corrosion of conformity.


Claiming voter fraud is so September 10th of you.


Mr. Republican

Glad to see this blog up and running. I wondering why more is not being made of Kerry and the DNC's fear of the Vets and POWs presentations on TV,radio, & print. There has to be something pretty interesting for all citizens to know before the election. There would not be a need for all these poll elections monitors if the dems did not have a history of stealing elections, Chicago being a prime example dating back almost 100 years. We must be as vigilant in the election as we must be in the war on terror.

Denise

I liked the wolves ad. I thought it was powerful. I do like the 'Ashley' ad the best however.

David Ehrenstein

"Convicted Felons" = African-Americans.

What's next for your Brownshirts? Attack dogs like the ones used at Abu Girhab?

Moddy One

I would like to see my President and the DNC admit when it comes to losing and creating jobs, the President doesn't have much to do with this area. I would also like to see the Republican and Democratic Party tighten our borders! It's obvious why my party wants them open ( to have cheap labor ) and the DNC wants the votes; however it is time to stop this nonsense and SECURE our borders! Now. Our security is top priority as it should be, let's put our money where our mouths are. It is also an insult to the many people who are vying for legal immigration to allow the illegals amnesty, licenses, or work permits. The hoops the responsible immigrants have to jump through and the treatment they have to put up with while going through the process is compounded with the appeasement of the illegals. I'm not proud of my party playing this game. Please show me our party is willing and able to tackle this hot button and not shy away from this controversial topic. We should lead and be part of the solution, not follow and contribute to the ongoing problem.

THJonesNYC


Despite all the advertising I don't think anyone has drawn a line from Kerry's four month effort to get out of Vietnam with some medals to his two years of speaking out against his fellow soldiers and then, most importantly through an entire adult political career that was anti-military with votes against vital weapons systems and money for the CIA. His vote against the first Gulf War when Saddam had invaded Kuwait, when even the French and Germans were involved along with the horribly corrupt UN, should make clear to the average American that no matter what Kerry says on the campaign trail--and he has taken just about every side of every issue--his thirty year record of being anti military should make it clear what kind of president he would be. I don't think the Republican party and its surrogates have made this clear.

I'm sure surrogates aren't allowed to raise these three points, but to me they're decisive:

1. A man who Noemie Emery dubbed a "consort" because he lives the life of the super rich by marrying rich women, is obviously a man who likes having five mansions and a private plane that keeps him from waiting in lines with the hoi polloi. Has anyone considered in this uncharted territory, with Mrs. Heinz holding the purse strings of at least a BILLION, who will be calling the shots? This isn't like JFK declaring himself independent of the Pope. There is no way John Kerry can make the kind of money he now enjoys after being president that would keep him in the style to which he has become accustomed. It's clear from the way he has led his life that he would find it very hard to make do on a couple of million a year.

2. How can a man who declares himself to be a practicing Catholic go to Mass with a Senate record as one of strongest advocates of abortion (including the gruesome practice of partial birth abortion)? The only way he can do this is if

TJonesNY

Despite all the advertising I don't think anyone has drawn a line from Kerry's four month effort to get out of Vietnam with some medals to his two years of speaking out against his fellow soldiers and then, most importantly through an entire adult political career that was anti-military with votes against vital weapons systems and money for the CIA. His vote against the first Gulf War when Saddam had invaded Kuwait, when even the French and Germans were involved along with the horribly corrupt UN, should make clear to the average American that no matter what Kerry says on the campaign trail--and he has taken just about every side of every issue--his thirty year record of being anti military should make it clear what kind of president he would be. I don't think the Republican party and its surrogates have made this clear.

I'm sure surrogates aren't allowed to raise these three points, but to me they're decisive:

1. A man who Noemie Emery dubbed a "consort" because he lives the life of the super rich by marrying rich women, is obviously a man who likes having five mansions and a private plane that keeps him from waiting in lines with the hoi polloi. Has anyone considered in this uncharted territory, with Mrs. Heinz holding the purse strings of at least a BILLION, who will be calling the shots? This isn't like JFK declaring himself independent of the Pope. There is no way John Kerry can make the kind of money he now enjoys after being president that would keep him in the style to which he has become accustomed. It's clear from the way he has led his life that he would find it very hard to make do on a couple of million a year.

2. How can a man who declares himself to be a practicing Catholic go to Mass with a Senate record as one of strongest advocates of abortion (including the gruesome practice of partial birth abortion)? The only way he can do this is if he is a

TJonesNY

Despite all the advertising I don't think anyone has drawn a line from Kerry's four month effort to get out of Vietnam with some medals to his two years of speaking out against his fellow soldiers and then, most importantly through an entire adult political career that was anti-military with votes against vital weapons systems and money for the CIA. His vote against the first Gulf War when Saddam had invaded Kuwait, when even the French and Germans were involved along with the horribly corrupt UN, should make clear to the average American that no matter what Kerry says on the campaign trail--and he has taken just about every side of every issue--his thirty year record of being anti military should make it clear what kind of president he would be. I don't think the Republican party and its surrogates have made this clear.

I'm sure surrogates aren't allowed to raise these three points, but to me they're decisive:

1. A man who Noemie Emery dubbed a "consort" because he lives the life of the super rich by marrying rich women, is obviously a man who likes having five mansions and a private plane that keeps him from waiting in lines with the hoi polloi. Has anyone considered in this uncharted territory, with Mrs. Heinz holding the purse strings of at least a BILLION, who will be calling the shots? This isn't like JFK declaring himself independent of the Pope. There is no way John Kerry can make the kind of money he now enjoys after being president that would keep him in the style to which he has become accustomed. It's clear from the way he has led his life that he would find it very hard to make do on a couple of million a year.

2. How can a man who declares himself to be a practicing Catholic go to Mass with a Senate record as one of strongest advocates of abortion (including the gruesome practice of partial birth abortion)? The only way he can do this is if he is a pure opportunist who is willing to use anything and everything to get elected.

3. Can American voters trust a man who says he thinks the rich should pay higher taxes while he and his wife pay at a rate of 12.7%? Are the SUPER rich, in his mind, exempt from the higher taxes he prescribes for just about everyone else? His hypocrisy is rivaled only by the practice of sending his children to private school while voting against vouchers to force poor and middle class children to go to dysfunctional public schools.

David


Keith, how could you suggest a Bush ad using such a vile, violent movie and book?

And the politics are anarchist and against the free market.

I even read that in the book one of the characters says, "I want your abortion" but the line in the movie that replaced it is so bad if I typed it here, this site would be blocked at schools.

Joel Wefel

A quote from the "Teddy Bear" - Go "W"!!!

"It is not the critic who counts: not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood, who strives valiantly, who errs and comes up short again and again, because there is no effort without error or shortcoming, but who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions, who spends himself for a worthy cause; who, at the best, knows, in the end, the triumph of high achievement, and who, at the worst, if he fails, at least he fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who knew neither victory nor defeat."
"Citizenship in a Republic,"
Speech at the Sorbonne, Paris, April 23, 1910

ideasguy

Peace is earned, war is won. ....or is peace won and war earned? Remember Mr. Kerry, loose lips sink ships.

Toni Wolfard

Of all the things I am most dissappointed about in the Republican campaign is the write-off of California. Shame on us for not fighting harder for this vote. It isn't that its not here, we just don't have a presence in the colleges, high schools, etc. where the Democratic propoganda runs rampid. My husband and I registered voters at the Mt. San Jacinto College campus for the first time in history. There never was a registration table manned by Republicans. I have just set up a Republican Club [never had one] and will be the advisor. The Democrat Club is strong, active and supported. We have an uphill battle only because we have neglected this portion of the voting base. Is it just here in California that the area is so neglected, or is it all over the country?

unknowen

when you bury you head in the sand you never know what you'll come up with. knowing your enenmy like's too bury them selfs. it probaly a good place to look

Martin

I think I went to high school with Michael Meehan (the 10th grade, at New Orleans Academy, 1969). He was a longhair in a garage band, and he was definately NOT the hunting type. The last time I saw him was at a party during the Christmas holidays in the mid 70s, and he was talking about moving up to the Northeast to get into politics with his cousin. If this is the same guy, politics has turned him into one hellofa jerk, because while he was a left-wing extremist even then, he was still a decent guy.

Marvin

I wonder:

1) When Kerry wants to fund billions of dollars in government giveaways with just $89 million, why do we not demand for him to divulge the other source(s) of his funding?

2) When the phrases "stolen election" and "disenfranchised voters" pop up again (and they will), why do we not point out the fact that it is unfair to everyone to change the rules of a race after the race is run and won?

3) Why, when false accusations of racism are raised, do we not point out that the existence of affirmative action says, "The person receiving this is UNequal to us, and not able to make it on his own?"

4) When "job losses" are queried, why we do not ask the important question, "Since job losses are the last thing to occur in a failing economy, and job gains are the last thing to occur during economic recovery, why do you blame these losses on Republicans when they were started by Democrats prior to the President's election?" The point is, jobs are growing now. The President took a huge ocean liner, and turned it around even faster than did Clinton to send it in the wrong direction.

5) When the need for war in Iraq is criticized, why is it never pointed oout that Saddam welcomed Osama's number two man, with open arms, BEFORE we went in.

6) When the idea of WMD is called a lie, we just say, "The whole world thought he had them." Why do we not point out the fact that there was opportunity to move the weapons into Iran before the invasion, since we said we were coming ahead of time, and the movement into that country drastically increased before we arrived? Was this forgotten?

7) When we are accused of being "against choice" (the opposite of "pro-choice") on the aborion issue, do we not return fire with "anti-life" or "pro-death" (the opposite of "pro-life") indictments?

8) When Haliburton is brought up as a no bid contract, why do we not demand Kerry tell us who would have bid against them, slowing down relief for the Iraqi people?

9) Every time this is called a war for oil, why do we not demand an answer to the question, "Why then are we paying more for oil and gas than ever in history if we have all of their oil now?"

If these facts were reitterated, instead of allowances made by biased reporters for sweeping them under the rug, there would be no race. There would no longer be a Democrat Party of any significance. The college professors, actors, and surviving '60's hippies would have the platform all to themselves.

There, that is off my chest now. I hope some of these ideas make it to the President in time to win by a landslide instead of a squeaker.

ed

the real question is.

Why does "pro-life" only begin at conception and end at birth?

john

just one comment.

"There will not be any casualties in Iraq"

-George Bush to Pat Robertson

Sneaky (midnite fingers)

Tucker, I am worried about Ohio. Mostly because of Gov. Taft; his weakness here may be costing us.
The Senate race is all but done with Voinovich up 2 to 1.
What am I doing about it? I'm working a phone bank on Monday 11/1 and Tuesday election day. We need to get out the vote.
And our vote will be real. No crack paid for Mary Poppins and Dick Tracy.

Accipiter in Yarak

Tucker,I'm very pleased to see this blog. I just finished reading the lastest article from the Guardian...what the hell were they thinking? John Wilkes Booth, Hinckley...Oswald. How could they put that down on paper? If an American would write something like that he would and should be jailed. This is a crime, and it will most certainly backfire.
Dubya's the man.

simpleR

WORLD LEADERS LINE UP IN SUPPORT OF W

oh! dont forget Iran. They endorsed him too

Wolf

Keep an eye on the Kerry ads... what they falsely accuse the Right of doing in these ads... they are guilty of themselves. Good notes for taking a poke at them.

Patty

It has been said that new Judges will be elected this year. Why is it that we don't hear anything about those who will be replacing them. How can we voters make wise choices unless we know?
Judges,Congress, senators, etc. all play big roles in passing or blocking laws and we need to be more informed before voting. There are a few web-sites that list information like this but not everyone is aware of them.

Wasted Potential

I live in NW Ohio and I am concerned about the number of Kerry signs in our traditionally very pro-Republican area. A lot of people have said that it is just the minority really trying to make a statement, but I was wondering if the campaign had any idea on how rural NW Ohio's counties are polling? If we don't get at least 65-70% up here, we coule be in real trouble.

mamie

Let's not call them "insurgents," like the liberal media, but let's call them what they are: terrorists. Where do they get the explosive material for these bombs? Regardless of where the money to purchase the material is coming from, where are they getting the actual material necessary to make the bombs? There has been at least one bomb per day for many months--this calculates out to tons of explosives!
Have we analyzed the explosive material post-explosion, and is it all coming from the same source? There must be research going on by the Army and intelligence agencies that the public is not being told about.
This is surely one use for Saddam's WMD's, and the explanation for where the WMD's wound up! In any case, this bulky explosive material should be easier to locate than the money being used to suppport the terrorists--where are they hiding this stuff??
Let's keep the explosives out of the hands of the terrorists. They can meet in the back rooms and say bad things about America if they want, but if they have no material to make these daily bombs, then there can be no bombs! I have heard little discussion of this aspect.

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