Kerry Vs Bush, Kerry-2, Bush-0

Bush doesn’t stand a chance of winning a debate against John Kerry. I’ve
been on the road since late August, but I listen to commentary via satellite
radio every day from both sides.

Watching Bush try to speak, on the fly and without a net, one has to wonder:
don’t they teach speech at Yale?

I began this year as a Bush supporter, but as time goes by, and more and
more facts come out about what really has been going on in D.C. and in Iraq,
it is painfully obvious that the current administration has got to go.
Either they are clueless and don’t know it, or something entirely more
sinister is going on behind the scenes. Either way I don’t draw any comfort
from the Bush administration.

Given the facts that Iraq did not have any WMD’s or even a program to
develop them, how does the Bush administration make the leap from box
cutters to nuclear weapons without any evidence?

Fear. Roosevelt said it perfectly, the only thing we have to fear, is fear
itself. Knowing this the Bush admin. led us straight into being fearful of
WMD’s in order to pursue their other agendas. There are no WMDs in Iraq,
hasen’t been since 1991. We were made afraid by lies, and they used that
fear to luanch a war for oil and Haliburton.

On the V.P. debates, the most obvious thing I noticed was that the smarter
of the two (Bush and Cheney) doesn’t sit at the desk in the oval office.

Regardless of who you support, pplease vote on election day, as for me, John
Kerry gets my vote.

JD

Re: Kerry Vs Bush, Kerry-2, Bush-0

JD wrote:
> On the V.P. debates, the most obvious thing I noticed was that the smarter
> of the two (Bush and Cheney) doesn’t sit at the desk in the oval office.

Not when the cameras are around, at least.
:slight_smile:

Re: Kerry Vs Bush, Kerry-2, Bush-0

The SNL parodies of the debates have been right on the mark, too. Fun
stuff.

JD wrote:
> Bush doesn’t stand a chance of winning a debate against John Kerry. I’ve
> been on the road since late August, but I listen to commentary via satellite
> radio every day from both sides.
>
> Watching Bush try to speak, on the fly and without a net, one has to wonder:
> don’t they teach speech at Yale?
>
> I began this year as a Bush supporter, but as time goes by, and more and
> more facts come out about what really has been going on in D.C. and in Iraq,
> it is painfully obvious that the current administration has got to go.
> Either they are clueless and don’t know it, or something entirely more
> sinister is going on behind the scenes. Either way I don’t draw any comfort
> from the Bush administration.
>
> Given the facts that Iraq did not have any WMD’s or even a program to
> develop them, how does the Bush administration make the leap from box
> cutters to nuclear weapons without any evidence?
>
> Fear. Roosevelt said it perfectly, the only thing we have to fear, is fear
> itself. Knowing this the Bush admin. led us straight into being fearful of
> WMD’s in order to pursue their other agendas. There are no WMDs in Iraq,
> hasen’t been since 1991. We were made afraid by lies, and they used that
> fear to luanch a war for oil and Haliburton.
>
> On the V.P. debates, the most obvious thing I noticed was that the smarter
> of the two (Bush and Cheney) doesn’t sit at the desk in the oval office.
>
> Regardless of who you support, pplease vote on election day, as for me, John
> Kerry gets my vote.
>
> JD
>
>

Re: Kerry Vs Bush, Kerry-2, Bush-0

“JD” <johnny_dye@no_spamyahoo.com> wrote in message
news:ckhcp5$4a9$1@server1.darklock.com
> Bush doesn’t stand a chance of winning a debate against John Kerry. I’ve
> been on the road since late August, but I listen to commentary via
> satellite
> radio every day from both sides.
>
> Watching Bush try to speak, on the fly and without a net, one has to
> wonder:
> don’t they teach speech at Yale?
>
> I began this year as a Bush supporter, but as time goes by, and more and
> more facts come out about what really has been going on in D.C. and in
> Iraq,
> it is painfully obvious that the current administration has got to go.
> Either they are clueless and don’t know it, or something entirely more
> sinister is going on behind the scenes. Either way I don’t draw any
> comfort
> from the Bush administration.

I think you hit it right on the money when you said “something entirely more
sinister is going on behind the scenes” I reccomend the book Cruel and
Unuseal for those of you who are interested in the evil underbelly of the
Bush Administration. The book cronicles the Bush drive to war starting as
far back as 1998 and is heavily footnoted and fact based not your typical
anti-Bush book. The things the US press did not report on that were reported
on outside the US is frightening. The degree to which the US press has been
co-opted by the right in this country is truely mind blowing and frightening
to the extreme.
>
> Given the facts that Iraq did not have any WMD’s or even a program to
> develop them, how does the Bush administration make the leap from box
> cutters to nuclear weapons without any evidence?
>
> Fear. Roosevelt said it perfectly, the only thing we have to fear, is
> fear
> itself. Knowing this the Bush admin. led us straight into being fearful
> of
> WMD’s in order to pursue their other agendas. There are no WMDs in Iraq,
> hasen’t been since 1991. We were made afraid by lies, and they used that
> fear to luanch a war for oil and Haliburton.
>
> On the V.P. debates, the most obvious thing I noticed was that the smarter
> of the two (Bush and Cheney) doesn’t sit at the desk in the oval office.
>
> Regardless of who you support, pplease vote on election day, as for me,
> John
> Kerry gets my vote.

Same here JD it is the only vote to make if you want democracy to survive in
this Country in a form that would be recognized by the framers.

Gary Stein
>
> JD
>
>

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“Gary Stein” <ge.stein@verizon.net> wrote

> The degree to which the US press has been
> co-opted by the right in this country is truely mind blowing and
frightening
> to the extreme.

I listen to Hannity, Rush, O’Riley, Ingram, Regan and other right wing radio
hosts and it amazes me how much they claim a “liberal bias” in the
mainstream media.

JD

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“Gary Stein” <ge.stein@verizon.net> wrote

> The degree to which the US press has been
> co-opted by the right in this country is truely mind blowing and
frightening
> to the extreme.

I listen to Hannity, Rush, O’Riley, Ingram, Regan and other right wing radio
hosts and it amazes me how much they claim a “liberal bias” in the
mainstream media.

JD