Please make sure this hits every media outlet in your area -- call Talk Radio, write a letter to the editor, email this to your TV outlets. Whatever you do make sure this gets as widespread circulation as you can get.
Kerry needs defeated by large enough numbers that his lawyers cannot contest this election. Do your part and get Republicans to the polls and any Dems for Bush out to vote!
Sure, instead of 3000 people being killed by the terrorists, let's say we have 200 or 100 people killed, which is acceptable. Having under 100 people killed every year 40 or 50 people - means, that we'd really have terrorism under control. At this point, it just becomes a nuisance and we can live with it. After all, there are more people dying from car accidents and heart attacks than from terrorists attacks. I think people would see the wisdom of this. See, the point here is not to eradicate terrorism, but to reduce it. In time we'll get used to seeing children and buildings being blown up.
When Kerry first told me that Sept. 11 had not changed him, I was surprised. I assumed everyone in America -- and certainly in Washington -- had been changed by that day. I assumed he was being overly cautious, afraid of providing his opponents with yet another cheap opportunity to call him a flip-flopper. What I came to understand was that, in fact, the attacks really had not changed the way Kerry viewed or talked about terrorism -- which is exactly why he has come across, to some voters, as less of a leader than he could be. He may well have understood the threat from Al Qaeda long before the rest of us. And he may well be right, despite the ridicule from Cheney and others, when he says that a multinational, law-enforcement-like approach can be more effective in fighting terrorists. But his less lofty vision might have seemed more satisfying -- and would have been easier to talk about in a political campaign -- in a world where the twin towers still stood.
Kerry is full blown jerk!