Wednesday, October 27, 2004

For Boston: One Down, One to Go

One Down, One to Go

Boston Wins World Series

Now on To Victory for John Kerry on November 2

The Red Sox have broken their curse. On November 2 we will end the "curse" against a north eastern liberal, or a Senator, becoming President.

More importantly, on November 2 we will put an end to a government based upon corruption, secrecy, and dishonesty.

On November 2 we will put to an end a government which uses fear of terrorism for political ends while neglecting the real fight against terrorism.

On November 2 we will put to an end a government which uses its power to transfer the wealth of the country from the poor, middle class, and even upper middle class, to the ultra-wealthy while acting to destroy the social safety net, including Medicare and Social Security.

On November 2, the American people will say No to a campaign based upon spreading disinformation about its opponent and suppressing the vote in a desperate attempt to remain in power.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

President Bush, Your binoculars still have the lense cap on!!!

8:42 PM  
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10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ted Kennedy had the rug pulled out from under him in 1980, the Mike Dukakis suffered under the lies of Bush the First. Now John F. Kerry will sweep to power! Massachusetts liberals will win America in the greatest contest of all.

8:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What kind of analogy are you trying to make? The Yankees are a professional sports team while the Red Sox are a bunch of street hoodlums that play baseball. This year the Red Sox won, not on ability, but on luck.

John Kerry will bring Camelot to America. Bush, like the Red Sox are just festering sores.

12:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kerry on sports.

7:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please don't compare John Kerry with the Red Sox. Mr Kerry is an honorable man. Those Red Sox are just bums. Their big pitcher, Curt Schilling, was going to go to New Hampshire to campaign for Bush. Luckily, one of the Red Sox owners, Mr. Werner, a Kerry campaign leader, found out about it and told Schilling that if he ever wanted to play baseball again he'd better not go to New Hampshire. All those Red Sox players understand is intimidation.

7:55 AM  

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