Skip to comments.Bush invites foreigners to monitor U.S. election
Posted on 08/09/2004 5:01:25 AM PDT by defendingright
I didn't see this posted anywhere. Sorry if this is a repeat. Actually, no I'm not. THIS NEEDS TO BE SHOUTED! President Bush has turned his back on America. What he and the State Department have done is a subversion of US sovereignty.
And for those of you who might want to question my conservatism, just check my prior posts to this forum. I am a staunch conservative and a total defender of the Constitution. Check the below url for the full story.
Bush Invites Foreigners
Well, what the hell is up with this?
Leftover Clinton socialist State Department pukes?
Bush turned his back on America? What a bunch of bullcrap. Why don't you go sell your crap story to DU. I'm sure they're buying.
Really think about it. Then take a breath and calmly reconsider your statement.
yeah man..CHILL OUT!
I look at this as a good thing. He did the last thing they expected and turned the tables on them. When they asked for observers they were stating that the Republicans and President Bush couldn't be trusted. Now they will panic knowing that our side has agreed and they will be watched also. Everybody knows that the Libs are the ones that cheat. This way, when President Bush wins they can't scream and cry about the election being stolen.
Did you read this morning where they monitored some of our past elections? I wonder where you were then? Unreal..
I wouldn't worry about it. If it shuts up those 13 rats it's worth it. Who knows, maybe they'll stop the dead people from voting in Chicago.
Actually, to me, it looks like we are agreeing to do something we agreed to do several years ago - which should head off being forced by the 13 rogue rats to have the UN monitor.
May hell freeze over the day the UN is elevated to become a greater symbol of democracy the the USA. And may those 13 rats burn in the remainng firey caverns of hell.
Have they no pride?
These people have no authority to do anything. No more than a reporter lurking outside the polling building.
And as far as "it's Bush's fault", I don't think he signed the 1990 agreement.
"However, state election authorities in Florida have already announced that such observers are not to be allowed access to the voting process and, in any case, they would have to remain at a distance of more than 50 feet from the polls."
All patrons are asked to remain calm and leave the auditorium in an orderly manner.
Methinks you really need to re-read the article, calm down and think a bit. ;)
It would be a pleasure for me to be locked in a room with those 13 "vermin" and the remaining Communist, Socialist, and enemies of the state, in Congress.
We (you and I) have no good wishes for the UN, however in the article the UN stated that that organization has to be asked by the USA because less would be in violation of our sovereignty.
This organization has no powers to do anything. They will have the same effect as Jimmah Carter going to where ever.
Actually, Bush is alot brigther than you give him credit for. This is a great opportunity for those "UN Observers" to 'observe' all the double-counting, illegal immigrant, prisoner, and dead people votes that the Dems are famous for.
Still trying to make sense of this. I need more facts. Maybe it's a rope-a-dope. "Now Kerry can only agree...he cant take a stand without saying that he does not think that the election should be monitored." This especially becomes true if the Whitehouse suspects foul play in this election from the Democrats.
But then again, knowing Kerry, he will come out and say he would of done this earlier, and not waited so long.
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