The most amazing thing about George W. Bush is the way he has played this election. He has had a great game plan, he stayed on message, he is on the offensive in demonrat country and forcing Kerry to spend time and money in states he should have locked up. In retrospect, the pundits will be calling this one of history's finest campaigns. Pretty good for someone that the demonrats insist is of low intelligence. My response to them will be, if GWB is so stupid, what does that say of your candidate.
GWB's war on terror is equally brilliant. He is aggressively pursuing terrorists all over the world. He is defending against terrorism domestically. In this he has been 100% effective so far. He has assembled a coalition of other nations who were not bought off by Saddam Hussein. He has also taken steps to remove the cause of terrorism by establishing democracy and a chance at building a viable economy. Bush knows that people want the same things for themselves and their families regardless of their race, religion, etc.. People who enjoy political and economic freedom do not support terrorism. This is a brilliant and amazingly farsighted strategy.
I believe that this is all divinely inspired and firmly believe that is why the Bush doctrine will be successful and why George W. Bush will be reelected.
It will be even more critical that we elect a Republican in 2008 who will continue with the Bush Doctrine much the same as Bush 41 carried forth with the Reagan Doctrine towards the USSR. It will take more than 8 years to see this through.
posted on 11/01/2004 3:48:03 AM PST
(Prevent outsourcing of national defense to France- Vote Bush Cheney)
GWB truly is brilliant. He knows what to do and how to do it. He is not an orator, but neither is Kerry. Kerry is not brilliant.....he is just driven by self promotion, vanity, and survival instincts at any cost....even by selling out his country and the men and women who defend her.
With Kerry, it is all about HIM. With Bush, it is all about HIS COUNTRY.
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