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Thank You, John Kerry ( Joseph Farah Urges Americans To Vote To Defeat Democrats Alert)
Worldnetdaily.com ^ | 11/01/2006 | Joseph Farah

Posted on 11/01/2006 1:36:17 AM PST by goldstategop

Thank you, John Kerry, for reminding me and the rest of America what an evil alternative you and your party represent for this country.

I take a backseat to no one in my disgust for the failure of this president and the Republican Party in addressing some of the critical issues facing America – border security, controlled immigration, government spending, etc.

So disenchanted was I – and I'm sure I speak for millions of other Americans – that I have been less than enthusiastic about next Tuesday's election.

I asked myself:

Does it really make a difference which party governs?

Are the Republicans capable of operating within the defined constitutional limits of our republic?

Do we really have any choice in our two-party system?

While I still have grave doubts the Republicans will ever get their act together, I'm looking forward to voting next week – if, for no other reason, than to let the whole world know Americans reject John Kerry and his party that represents surrender and contempt for the U.S. military.

As I write this column, Kerry, still the titular head of the Democratic Party, is trying to spin his offensive remarks about our fighting men in Iraq.

But you heard him with your own ears. You saw him with your own eyes. No matter what he says today, you know in your hearts that he wasn't criticizing President Bush, he was demonstrating, once again, his lifelong loathing of the American soldier.

It's the very reason we know Kerry. It's the very reason we met him in 1972. It's the very reason he gained national attention. It's the very reason he was able to woo Massachusetts voters to send him to Congress. It's the very reason he was able to persuade Democratic voters to make him their presidential candidate in 2004.

He's not going to change – and neither is his party, any time soon.

What you see is what you get.

So, as for me, I will go to the polls Tuesday with a little more enthusiasm – a little more motivation – than I had last week.

I will vote to ensure the white-flag wavers don't assume power just because of Republican ineptitude.

All across the nation voters will have choices to make. I'm not advocating voting Republican across the board. Be smart. Be selective. Vote your conscience. But do express your contempt for John Kerry's party.

Around the world, our enemies are watching this election. They are eagerly awaiting a repudiation of those who have pursued them in Iraq and Afghanistan and right here in the U.S. They are hoping John Kerry's party will be swept into power and hand them the victory they could never win on the battlefield against American soldiers.

Don't give them that satisfaction. Don't hand them that victory.

Get angry about what you heard from John Kerry. Let it sink in and fester. And take your revenge the only way we can next Tuesday. Defeat Democrats running for Congress who have embraced him as their leader.

It won't solve all our problems. It won't ensure America gets its political priorities straight. But it will be a big step in the direction of defeating soundly an evil ideology in our midst here at home.

It will make us feel better.

It will make us more secure.

And, who knows, maybe it might lead to more political competition in the future that truly represents the American people and our own national security interests.

Say no to John Kerry. Write his political epitaph. Defeat the Democrats. Support our troops!


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I do agree with the need to vote selectively. Go and vote for conservatives and patriots. Reject Tom Kean and above all - work to defeat John Kerry and the Democrats. They are the party that loathes the American soldier and wants to run up the white flag. As compromised as the Republicans are in some respects - the Democrats are far worse.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

1 posted on 11/01/2006 1:36:18 AM PST by goldstategop
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To: goldstategop

Right...

Farah changed his mind because of what Kerry recently said...

Has Farah been blind, deaf and dumb the rest of the year?


2 posted on 11/01/2006 1:41:13 AM PST by DB (©)
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To: All; goldstategop

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JOHN KERRY =


Pictures of a vietnamese Re-Education Camp

http://www.Freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/1308949/posts

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3 posted on 11/01/2006 1:43:04 AM PST by ALOHA RONNIE ("ALOHA RONNIE" Guyer/Veteran-"WE WERE SOLDIERS" Battle of IA DRANG-1965 http://www.lzxray.com.)
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To: DB
I think a lot of people who support the GOP feel like the party hasn't gotten its act together on the issues we care about. And then along comes Kerry to give them a cold shower of reality. Letting them back into power would be unthinkable.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

4 posted on 11/01/2006 1:43:35 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: goldstategop

No, Tom Kean needs to be elected. He may not be the ideal candidate but he won't be voting to make "Dirty Harry" the majority leader in the Senate as his opponent will. The Republicans need to take this seat away from the Democrats.


5 posted on 11/01/2006 1:44:58 AM PST by Tarnsman
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To: goldstategop

Fickle people...


6 posted on 11/01/2006 1:45:28 AM PST by DB (©)
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To: All; goldstategop

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The RIGHT STUFF our U.S. Military is really made of:


The Words:
http://www.Freerepublic.com/~ALOHARONNIE


The Pictures:
http://www.RickRescorla.com/The%20Statue.htm


The Heroics:
http://www.ArmchairGeneral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=24361

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7 posted on 11/01/2006 1:47:04 AM PST by ALOHA RONNIE ("ALOHA RONNIE" Guyer/Veteran-"WE WERE SOLDIERS" Battle of IA DRANG-1965 http://www.lzxray.com.)
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To: goldstategop

"I'm not advocating voting Republican across the board. Be smart. Be selective. Vote your conscience. But do express your contempt for John Kerry's party."


There's only ONE way to "express your contemp for JF'n". Vote straight R!!


8 posted on 11/01/2006 1:47:32 AM PST by albie
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To: goldstategop

One question...are the American people, in general, capable of comprehending that what John F'n said represents what most dems believe? Could it really have an effect on this election?


9 posted on 11/01/2006 1:50:55 AM PST by albie
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To: albie
Amen WAKE UP AMERICA
the Dem's hate the military, white male republicans, suburban moms (especially stay home ones),the middle class, and they want us to SURRENDER!!!!!
10 posted on 11/01/2006 1:53:29 AM PST by Pacothecat
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To: Tarnsman
We agree to disagree. I will not vote for a liberal, regardless of party label, in my lifetime. The libs on both sides of the partisan divide radiate confusion, weakness and defeatism.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

11 posted on 11/01/2006 1:56:47 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: goldstategop

12 posted on 11/01/2006 2:14:52 AM PST by RaceBannon (Innocent until proven guilty: The Pendleton 8)
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To: goldstategop

I disagree with you on the NJ Senate race. The issue there is not politics, it's ethics. You should never ever vote for, or fail to vote against an unethical person. A vote FOR ethics is always a vote for conservative values.

As for the GOP. Every two years during the months of October and November the GOP does a very good job of explaining why a conservative political philosophy makes sense. The problem is that as soon as the election is over, the GOP can't seem to put that conservative political philosophy into action. Results matter, and I think conservatives are right to be angered at the lack of progress on conservative issues under the GOP's tenure. The GOP currently controls both Houses of Congress, the Presidency, most legislatures and most governorships. Not to mention the fact that most Supreme court Justices were appointed by Republican Presidents.

I agree with you in that people should vote selectively and should support both conservatives and Patriots. Those individuals are not always the ones with the "R" next to their name.

As for Sen. Kerry, I think he just did a good job of shooting himself and Democratic party in the foot. I can't say I'm surprised. Elitist snobs often make comments that are both elitist and snobbish.


13 posted on 11/01/2006 2:55:04 AM PST by RKBA Democrat (Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!)
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To: goldstategop
Don't reject Tom Kean! If for some crazy reason we lose Missouri we would like to pick up a replacement seat. Vote straight ticket unless your in Foley's district or Tom Delay's.
14 posted on 11/01/2006 2:55:18 AM PST by nativist (Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting, but never hit soft.)
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To: nativist
We can have Steele. As for a RINO? We have too many already.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

15 posted on 11/01/2006 2:56:15 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: RKBA Democrat
The RINOs are an endangered species. They will probably be replaced with liberal Democrats. This will leave the GOP more conservative.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

16 posted on 11/01/2006 2:59:03 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: goldstategop
I have no love loss for Rino Kean but its not like he's a RINO from Texas or Georgia where you would expect a real conservative. He's from a blue state where RINO's are expected. Why just give a seat to the Dems?

If Snowe, Chafee and Kean vote for our side 65% of the time, and their from blue states, its better than a dem who votes 0% of the time.

In my opinion if we have a chance to get any R from the west coast or the north east we should do what we can to get them elected. Its not like its the Republican primary and the choice is a conservative Republican vs. a RINO. Its a communist bent on impeachment and America losing in Iraq vs. a guy who will be loyal a decent percent of the time.

17 posted on 11/01/2006 3:08:59 AM PST by nativist (Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting, but never hit soft.)
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To: nativist
The point is the old eastern establishment - Rockefeller Wing Republicans have never forgiven conservatives for their takeover of the Republican Party. I hasten to add that despite their increasingly liberal votes on key issues, it hasn't prevented the Democrats from going after them. The demographics in Northern districts are not favorable to conservatives. As it is in many Northern States, the GOP is on life support. In our lifetime, I don't think we'll see a conservative Republican elected to the U.S Senate from the Northeast and California. There are just too many Democrats there to preclude an electoral breakthrough.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

18 posted on 11/01/2006 3:17:14 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: goldstategop; smoothsailing; Just A Nobody

ping and a bookmark, and I'm off! Have a GOOD day!


19 posted on 11/01/2006 3:17:36 AM PST by freema (Marine FRiend, 1stCuz2xRemoved, Mom, Aunt, Sister, Friend, Wife, Daughter, Niece)
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To: goldstategop

Agree to disagree however I think a conservative can win in Washington State or Oregon.


20 posted on 11/01/2006 3:25:17 AM PST by nativist (Don't hit at all if it is honorably possible to avoid hitting, but never hit soft.)
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To: freema

The Republican party still has millions of dollars to spend. They should take it national and hit every single district with the same message.


21 posted on 11/01/2006 3:26:01 AM PST by EQAndyBuzz (Obama in 08)
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To: goldstategop

Reject Tom Kean and above all


You couldn't be a true conservative and be actively supporting the Dems crooked Bob Menendez.

Why are you posting here for?


22 posted on 11/01/2006 3:29:20 AM PST by floridareader1
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To: floridareader1
If there two liberals, I'd skip voting for either one of them. There are better choices. Its time to demand it of the Republican Party.

"Show me just what Mohammed brought that was new, and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached." -Manuel II Paleologus

23 posted on 11/01/2006 3:47:42 AM PST by goldstategop (In Memory Of A Dearly Beloved Friend Who Lives On In My Heart Forever)
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To: RKBA Democrat

"October and November the GOP does a very good job of explaining......"

We send these conservatives up to Washington, DC...do you think there are more than maybe ? 200 of them total? And we get upset when the liberals that live and work in DC, that were put there by over 60 years of socialist Democratic rule, that comprise the thousands of jobs in the Federal burocracy, won't allow them to do there jobs. So we out here in the real world get all huffy ......


24 posted on 11/01/2006 3:57:39 AM PST by mo
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To: goldstategop
Say no to John Kerry. Write his political epitaph. Defeat the Democrats. Support our troops!

Amen, Brother. Say it loud!

25 posted on 11/01/2006 4:41:39 AM PST by NaughtiusMaximus (Let's all be Magnificent Bastards. Turn out those Republican votes!)
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To: goldstategop; dead
Animated photo courtesy of Freeper "dead"


26 posted on 11/01/2006 4:59:57 AM PST by SkyPilot
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To: goldstategop

Kerry was for the "joke" before he was against it.


27 posted on 11/01/2006 5:02:30 AM PST by TADSLOS (Mohammed was the L. Ron Hubbard of his time.)
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To: Tarnsman

Tom Kean, Jr. will get my vote. I don't care what anyone here says. If you think I'm going to vote for the corrupt NJ machine, forget it.

Tom Kean, Jr. will help to elect good judges and that's good enough for me.


28 posted on 11/01/2006 5:14:43 AM PST by romanesq
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To: floridareader1

Mr. Goldstate isn't speaking for me and I will be hitting the booth here in NJ and with great happiness pull the lever for NJ's next senator, Tom Kean, Jr.


29 posted on 11/01/2006 5:17:10 AM PST by romanesq
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To: nativist
I have no love loss for Rino Kean but its not like he's a RINO from Texas or Georgia where you would expect a real conservative. He's from a blue state where RINO's are expected. Why just give a seat to the Dems?

Great point!

As much as I can't stand it, GOP candidates in overwhelming Dem-lib states almost HAVE to say some things critical of Republicans in order to win.

Kean Jr., of course, went overboard when he called for Rumsfield's resignation, etc.

But when I study Menendez' rhetoric and ACTUAL voting patterns, there simply is no choice.

Kean Jr. must win. If not, American values takes another step into the pig pit.

30 posted on 11/01/2006 5:28:59 AM PST by Edit35
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To: goldstategop

Your post makes no sense. Reject John Kerry by voting in Menendez? NO. Reject John Kerry by voting for Tom Kean. A RINO's better than a corrupt liberal any day.


31 posted on 11/01/2006 6:46:19 AM PST by LadyNavyVet
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To: ALOHA RONNIE

A sit at home vote is a vote for John F-ing Kerry's vision of America.


32 posted on 11/01/2006 3:52:09 PM PST by ottersnot (Sitting out the vote is a vote for John F-ing Kerry's vision of America.)
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To: goldstategop
Does it really make a difference which party governs?

You are darn right it does!

This guy has done all he could to destroy the party and now he has changed his mind?

33 posted on 11/01/2006 3:55:14 PM PST by ladyinred (RIP my precious Lamb Chop)
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To: goldstategop
VOTE Rino -or- VOTE democrat... easy choice..
At least Rinos are ashamed of being stealth democrats..

Show some stones..... VOTE RINO...

34 posted on 11/01/2006 4:01:28 PM PST by hosepipe (CAUTION: This propaganda is laced with hyperbole.)
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To: EQAndyBuzz

Call 'em!


35 posted on 11/01/2006 4:56:12 PM PST by freema (Marine FRiend, 1stCuz2xRemoved, Mom, Aunt, Sister, Friend, Wife, Daughter, Niece)
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To: albie
Vote straight R!!

Absolutely! 

36 posted on 11/01/2006 4:58:12 PM PST by 1035rep
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To: goldstategop

"The RINOs are an endangered species. They will probably be replaced with liberal Democrats. This will leave the GOP more conservative."

I think you may be proven correct in a few races, such as in RI and CT. But by and large, I don't see any sudden rush to embrace conservative values on the part of the GOP. Once the election cycle is over, it'll be back to business as usual: lots of rhetoric and little action.

I will say this to the GOP's credit, though. They are showing that they're capable of engaging in a political scrap.


37 posted on 11/01/2006 7:15:19 PM PST by RKBA Democrat (Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!)
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To: mo

"We send these conservatives up to Washington, DC...do you think there are more than maybe 200 of them total?"

Elected conservatives who actually walk the talk? I doubt that there are more than 100 of them total between the two parties. Now, if what you're talking about are faux conservatives who mouth the conservative line while doing the polar opposite, there are plenty of those.

"And we get upset when the liberals that live and work in DC, that were put there by over 60 years of socialist Democratic rule, that comprise the thousands of jobs in the Federal burocracy, won't allow them to do there jobs."

Politicians always seem to have an excuse for why they can't quite do what they were elected to do. The excuses wear thin when you consider that the party in question currently controls both the Federal government and most state governments. The bureaucracy works for the elected leadership, not the other way around.


38 posted on 11/01/2006 7:31:27 PM PST by RKBA Democrat (Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!)
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To: goldstategop

Farah is such a freaking hypocrite. It was just the other day he was shrilling for a Democrat victory.


39 posted on 11/01/2006 7:32:58 PM PST by COEXERJ145 (Free Republic is Currently Suffering a Pandemic of “Bush Derangement Syndrome.”)
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To: goldstategop

Welcome back, Joe... better late than never.


40 posted on 11/01/2006 7:35:40 PM PST by Interesting Times (ABCNNBCBS -- yesterday's news.)
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To: RKBA Democrat

"The bureaucracy works for the elected leadership, not the other way around....."

The DC metro area has several million people...the Federal Gov'mt is the largest employer. We the people, have a real problem...one much bigger than even a Ronald Reagan sized conservative. For one thing, IMHO, one congressman per very 50,000 people in the USA would substantially increase the House and give it much more control. "K Street" ...the lobbyists office grounds, runs far more in DC than anything you or my state delegation to DC could ever hope to claim.


41 posted on 11/03/2006 3:26:59 AM PST by mo
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To: mo

I agree with you in that the the size of the House should be increased. One per 500,000+ is not very good representation. And while we're at it, we could also return to selection of Senators by the state Legislatures.

I can dream, can't I?


42 posted on 11/03/2006 3:50:46 AM PST by RKBA Democrat (Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on me, a sinner!)
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