Monday, November 01, 2004

Tomorrow is the day.


Tomorrow is the day that it all comes down to. This is the most important election in at least the last 50 years. Are you going to vote for some nebulous plan for jobs and some perceived security in your old age? Or are you going to vote for honor and honestly and a safer US?

If you walk into the voting booth on Tuesday and you select John Kerry you are going to send a message to the world that America cannot be trusted to follow up on it’s policies even if the president and a majority of the citizenry fully support it. If you want the people of this country to change their minds on some issue, all you have to do is to make it expensive enough—kill Americans until the whiney sob sisters that know nothing about history in this country decide that it is not worth it. This usually includes the majority of the media.

If you vote for Kerry, you are saying that someone that has nebulous plans for everything from winning the war in Iraq (that he has both supported and not supported, depending on which hour you ask him,) to magically spending trillions of additional dollars without raising taxes. You are voting for someone that has as his only consistency the diminution of the United States as a sovereign power in the world. You are voting for someone that falsely accused a wartime president of lying and misleading the country on every conceivable subject. You are voting for someone that is so “nuanced” that whatever he tells you can mean almost anything he wants it to mean later.

If you vote for President Bush to continue in his leadership role, you are supporting someone that says what he means and means what he says.
There is no doubt for anyone that reads and understands history that we are safer now than we were 4 years ago. Ask yourself if on September 12, 2001 you thought you could go 4 years without another major attack on this country. George W Bush has taken the war over there instead of fighting here. I know the Islamafanaticts want to attack us here. They have said so many times. They want to kill many thousand of us. They mean what they say. They have not been able to do so yet. This, more than anything else is a reason to vote Bush. If you think that the president is uselessly wasting young American lives, ask the troops what they think. He has and continues to actually work to make us safer. Not perfectly, but he at least understands the problem. George W Bush knows that we are at war. We are not at crime.


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