Saturday, July 24, 2004

Wavering Voters Have Doubts About Bush

Voters who haven't firmly committed to a presidential candidate are in a sour mood.

They tend to be more disapproving of President Bush, have a gloomier view of the economy and be more likely to think the country is headed down the wrong track. The mood of these persuadable voters prompted one veteran Republican strategist to warn the Bush campaign that dramatic steps are needed to prevent them from bolting to Democrat John Kerry.
 
 
Voters are waking up to the damage that Bush has done to our country! They are overwhelmingly seeing that it is time for a change and that change is Kerry/Edwards!

It's time to take your voices to the streets, my friends and rally the cry for change. America can not afford 4 more years of Bush! 

7 Comments:

Blogger Pamela Leavey said...

The Unofficial Kerry Blog is using a new comments system!

1:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Republicans are making a big deal out of John Kerry chaning his mond over the American involvement in Iraq. This should be countered with the question, "Why wouldn't an intelligent person review their coimmittment person chanvge theior mind?"

The point is, there aren't any weapons of mass distruction in Iraq, there has not been substantial proof that the Iraq's actually attempted to obtain Uranium from Africa, and the close ties that President Bush referred to in his prewar State of the Union Address, between Al Qeada and Iraq. Once all of these things have been found to be not true, a pruident person should re-evaluate his position on the Iraqi war.

Also, it should be pointed out that the American public should hold a President to a higher standard of honesty, specially in his State of the Union speeches. When the Presindent of the United States makes comments, the American public has always considered that what he says is true. It is assumed that has more information than the other members of the governmnment. He receives daily briefings from the CIA, and should have access to the most reliable information. It is most disconcerting when he is caught saying things that have been overstated, or is an outright lie to justify an action, such as starting a war.

8:21 AM  
Blogger Zanne said...

Didn't congress (democrats anyway)give the O.K. IF, and only IF, other nations would be participating. I thought this notion of invasion was suppose to go before , and be supported by, the UN and perhaps NATO. Weren't those the terms of the resolution that the Senators and Representatives voted for?

12:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am replying to show how honest John Kerry truly is. Kerry's opening line "I am reporting for duty" was trully troubling. Do many people know that in the last year or so Kerry has missed over half of his possible senate votes. That would be showing up for duty.

2:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes, I have heard that Kerry has missed some 70 or so percent of his possible senate votes. I am sure most senators miss some here and there. But being a swing voter I am honestly siding towards the incumbent at this time. The main reason Is: I agree with many of Bush's plans, I also Disagree with many Bush Plans. I agree with some of Kerrys plans, I also disagree with some of Kerrys plans. But I do truly believe that Bush is completely unwavering and I could trust that he would do his best to do what he says. He may not be perfect. Nor am I. I really cant get my mind to believe that Kerry will follow through with any of his plans. I am just not imagining it. ???????

2:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Its funny how the media can make us forget things so quickly. I remember one of Bushs reason and one of my reasons for wanting the removal of Hussein is that he was a tyrant who was Completely toying with the UN. How many resolutions does a murderer deserve. Personally I would say one. Lets also remember that the three main countries opposed where making boat loads of money from the Hussein regime. We even have evidence that one of the main countries was still selling arms well after the US invasion began. Lets try and be completely knowledgeable when discussing Politics.

2:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are some things that happen in life that are just more important than political motivtion and posturing. When these situations arise, we get to truley see what core beliefs and the true leadership of individuals. When it came time to vote for the money to support the troops and execute the war, this was one of those times.

This was Kerry's moment in time to show who he is and he did. This is one of those times, like 9/11, when Americans are americans first and politicians second. Kerry voted based on what he thought would get him votes verses what was the right thing to do.

In situations like this, we must all be Americans first. Kerry has chose politics and what he thinks will help him persaonlly many times in his carrer when in these life tests. We know who he really is by them. This is just like coming back from Vietnam and taking the opportunity to start a carrer based on anti war sentiment because that is what he thought would get him elected.

He was wrong for American than and he is still wrong. He is a self enabler and a person without values.

7:37 AM  

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