Bush pandered to the seniors and took away one of the dims arrows in the election. It's called politics. I do not understand why people expect politicians
to be their standard bearer in lofty ideals. Sometimes you get what you want but most of the time it's a compromise of some kind.
The only way you're going to change the welfare mentality of the people is by changing their hearts and minds. Where they lie, politics will follow.
posted on 08/02/2004 11:03:51 AM PDT
by Bob J
To: Bob J; Squantos
Imagine how many people would actually start voting AGAIN for a candidate came out who said "I support the US Constitution 100%, the Bill of Rights 100%, the Declaration of Independence 100%.
I am against sloppily giving away our freedoms, our liberty and our sovereignty.
I will support American citizens before I'll support anyone else.
I will bring our troops who are fighting for and defending the United Nations Charter back to the United States to defend this Republic from terrorists.
We need to remove the USA from the United Nations and with your support we shall do exactly that.
I will get us out of NAFTA and all of it's anti American rules.
I need your support to do this. I do not want to be owned by the international corporations. I need your individual support.
To do this I need your support, $10 a week from each family should get us on the road to Liberty once again.
$10 a week from each family will do it. We need to protect our children from socialism and corruption in our government agencies.
Please register to vote again and please support me in my fight for the America that our men died for in the American Revolution. The America that our Founders envisioned for us."
I think a patriot who put out radio advertisements saying the above would bring people out of their obvious disgust for our political system. People who haven't voted in 20 years would give this man a chance and would be willing to send in $10 a week.
posted on 08/02/2004 12:06:51 PM PDT
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