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To: Patriotic Bostonian

Well, you have a nice day too. I am a supporter, I voted twice and contributed. I voted for Bush because I admired his strong leadership and for 8 months now we've had weakness.

Weakness with Syria; weakness with Iran; weakness towards the media; weakness towards the Democrats.

A Spanish judge issues arrest warrants for 3 of our soldiers and the Bush appointed ambassador in Madrid calls it a legal issue and that we are still friends. I could get that from Kerry.


16 posted on 11/04/2005 2:15:59 PM PST by Patriot from Philly
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To: Patriot from Philly
"I could get that from Kerry."

Are you really that ignorant? You have no idea what we are doing in Syria and Iran. Just because it doesn't make the front page of the NYT's doesn't mean Bush isn't taking action. After 5 years, you'd think Americans (especially people who frequent this site) would pull their heads out of their rear ends long enough to realize that Bush doesn't do things for the purpose of looking good in the media. He does the right thing, for the right reasons and he does it without headline grabbing fanfare.
With regard to the media, in case you haven't noticed, every single mainstream media source with the exception of Foxnews is in a tail slide toward bankruptcy. They are their own poison with regard to causing their own demise. With the weight of the world on his shoulders, I don't think Bush really cares what our media says. It is irrelevant to how he makes decisions.
Finally, our ambassador in Madrid is exactly right. The arrest warrants are a legal issue. And exactly why we don't subscribe to the ridiculous International Criminal Court. In case you didn't know, we don't because "weak" Bush rejected that too. Real "weak". Perhaps you find Kerry a better picture of strength. But that doesn't say much for your ability to grasp reality.

50 posted on 11/04/2005 2:37:46 PM PST by Rokke
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