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ZOT! Can there be a serious challenge to Bush in the GOP primaries?
John Buchanan is a journalist and magazine writer based in Miami Beach ^ | november 29, 2003 | john buchanan

Posted on 11/29/2003 6:16:23 PM PST by Republican Challenger

I am a nationally published journalist who has been drafted to challenge George W. Bush in the Republican Presidential primaries, beginning in New Hampshire on January 27. My aim is to prompt legitimate debate and genuine new ideas, but I start with a question:

HAS GEORGE W. BUSH BETRAYED TRADITIONAL GOP VALUES?

He has failed in his promise to control spending. Nondefense spending has skyrocketed under Bush. The Congressional Budget Office reported that for the fiscal year ended September 30, 2003, nondefense spending rose 7% – nearly double the 4% discretionary spending caps Bush promised to enforce (Source: Washington Times). Since Bush took office, nondefense spending has leapt 13% -- 21% if spending on the war on terrorism is included. “My impression of Bush,” says Chris Edwards, director of fiscal policy at the libertarian Cato Institute, “is that I’ve never seen him give a speech in which he says government is too big and we need to cut costs.”

He has failed in his promise to keep America strong. Under Bush, U.S. foreign policy and international esteem have reached historic lows. After spending hundreds of billions of dollars since 9/11, the Bush administration has failed to catch Osama bin Laden, failed to find Saddam Hussein, failed to defeat Al Qaeda, and failed to stabilize Iraq after an invasion that his own Pentagon policy adviser, Richard Perle, now admits was “illegal.” As a result, the geopolitical balance of power has been jolted, traditional allies have been severely alienated, and as a result, the European Union – led by Great Britain – is now conducting secret talks about the formation of an EU military force outside NATO.

He has failed in his promise to be a “compassionate conservative.” Perhaps never before has a U.S. President so divided the country, according to a recent Time cover story. Despite Bush’s promise to be “a uniter, not a divider,” he has turned Republican against Democrat, rich against poor, Christian against Muslim. He has eroded our civil liberties and Constitutional rights in the name of “national security” and aided and abetted a corporate elite class in the theft of the Republican Party and the two-century-old values that made it the Party of Lincoln. “Corporations have been enthroned,” Lincoln said presciently before he died. “…An era of corruption in high places will follow, and the money power will endeavor to prolong its reign by working on the prejudices of the people…until wealth is aggregated in a few hands…and the Republic is destroyed.” Under Bush, Lincoln’s ominous – and accurate – prediction might find its final manifestation unless he and the “neo-con” corporate juggernaut are stopped.

DO YOU AGREE? Please let me know your thoughts. There will be more to come from me, including a detailed platform and agenda for ending the corporate reign in this country, shrinking the federal bureaucracy, and restoring Constitutional freedoms to pre-9/11 levels. Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to your comments and questions.


TOPICS: Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: challenger; conceitednut; conservatives; gopupset; kittenchow; kukoobird; pinata; president; primaries; vikingkittensawaken; zot
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To: Republican Challenger
Dude, I've read your stupid website. You're just another RINO.

Go on now, become the tenth dwarf in the RAT race.
151 posted on 11/29/2003 7:31:12 PM PST by Sparta ("General" Wesley Strangelove "Let me start World War III, vote for me as president.")
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To: Torie
I've had the intellectual capital to found an award-winning magazine and nationally acclaimed advertising agency. My record on human rights earned me an audience with Nelson Mandela on June 30, 1990 when he came to Los Angeles on his world tour after being freed from prison.
I have met and talked with or interviews three Presidents and various memebrs of Congress. My references include former Secretary of Defense William Cohen, who I wrote about in 1976 when he ran for the Senate.
I am serious about introducing genuinely new ideas into the Presidential debate. I am not "against" Bush. I am in favor of an entirely new approach that favors the middle class, not the global corporate interests.
Give that choice, how can you not side with the people?
152 posted on 11/29/2003 7:32:23 PM PST by Republican Challenger
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To: Republican Challenger
Despite Bush’s promise to be “a uniter, not a divider,” he has turned Republican against Democrat, rich against poor, Christian against Muslim.

That whole sentence is untrue the way you have stated it, but the last part is totally absurd. Regardless of all the conspiracy theories, Bush neither flew the planes into the towers nor did he order it done.

153 posted on 11/29/2003 7:33:02 PM PST by Krodg
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To: Republican Challenger
Q: "However, I am troubled that while you believe he has indeed betrayed GOP values, can you explain why you believe there can be no challenge?"

Check your own language: No "SERIOUS challenge."

A: To shortcut an otherwise lengthy interchange, Bush's betrayal of conservative values is trumped by his willingness to defend Western Civilization. That is sufficient, differentiating, and well appreciated by the average American. Ain't nobody (statistically speaking) gonna vote otherwise.

154 posted on 11/29/2003 7:33:25 PM PST by Uncle Miltie (I used to think they were crazy when they said "Republicrats.")
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To: Republican Challenger
It's been reported, here among other places, that she's a Republican!

Why not me on a rainy day
Why not me to love your cares away
Why not me
Why not me when the nights get cold
Why not me when you're growin' old
Why not me!

155 posted on 11/29/2003 7:33:57 PM PST by Revolting cat! (Merry Shopping Season and a Happy Pre-Xmas Storewide Sales Event!)
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To: Republican Challenger
I am in favor of an entirely new approach that favors the middle class, not the global corporate interests.

Big, nasty corporations hire middle class people.

Class warfare is so last millennium.

156 posted on 11/29/2003 7:36:08 PM PST by stands2reason ("Don't funk with my funk."--Bootsy Collins)
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To: Republican Challenger
Give that choice, how can you not side with the people?

Beyond the fact that your running for president is ludicrous, my main problem with you is that you evince the paleo con agenda of isolationism, protectionism, and populism (you haven't tipped your hand on the nativism aspect yet), and I find all of that totally opposed to my core values. Regards.

157 posted on 11/29/2003 7:36:40 PM PST by Torie
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To: Republican Challenger

As if these evil corporations are not actually owned by elderly retirees and others, whom we generally classify as 'people.' Take your leftist classism elsewhere, bud. You'll have no receptive audience here.

158 posted on 11/29/2003 7:36:51 PM PST by Cultural Jihad
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To: Hotdog
Thank you very much for your kind-hearted and open-minded response. Please understand that I am not running "against" George Bush. I am running with a new set of ideas for making this country better, truly big ideas that could change the course of human history. I think, after a career that has taken me around the world as a journalist for 34 years, I have a right to be heard, in the name of the people. I have no agenda other than serving my country with fresh solutions to pressing problems. I hope you will visit my web site at www.johnbuchanan.org and learn more about my concerns and positions. Thank you.
159 posted on 11/29/2003 7:37:07 PM PST by Republican Challenger
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To: Republican Challenger
found an award-winning magazine

By the way, what mag was that?

160 posted on 11/29/2003 7:37:42 PM PST by Torie
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To: Republican Challenger
I think you'd get more support if you joined the 9 dimwits on the other side. You sound like them. If fact, I'll bet your one of them trying to raise descent...

I am deeply saddened...
161 posted on 11/29/2003 7:39:01 PM PST by CommandoFrank (Peer into the depths of hell and there is the face of Islam!)
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To: Wait4Truth
I am a journalist. In 34 years, no newspaper or magazine I ever wrote for had to retract one word I ever printed. I base my work on fact, not opinion. The facts are indeed as I present them. If you do not see it, that frankly is not my problem. You will eventually. Thank you.
162 posted on 11/29/2003 7:39:32 PM PST by Republican Challenger
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To: Republican Challenger
Yawnnnn....
163 posted on 11/29/2003 7:41:07 PM PST by CommandoFrank (Peer into the depths of hell and there is the face of Islam!)
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To: Republican Challenger
Was your father ever in state prison? And if so, for what?
164 posted on 11/29/2003 7:41:22 PM PST by Cultural Jihad
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To: Republican Challenger
"I am running with a new set of ideas for making this country better, truly big ideas that could change the course of human history."

Oh, goody, Doctor, we've got us another Napoleon on our hands! That's the third one this season, isn't it? Will a straitjacket be necessary?

165 posted on 11/29/2003 7:41:28 PM PST by Revolting cat! (Merry Shopping Season and a Happy Pre-Xmas Storewide Sales Event!)
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To: deport
I would, in fact, be all three of them. Strangely enough, the discovery of those "Bush-Nazi" documents in The National Archives and Library of Congress is how I got catapulted into this adventure. The AP version of the story ran on the front page of major newspapers from Moscow to Melbourne, Tel Aviv to Londton to Bombay.
Doonesbury did a cartoon and Howard Kurtz did a Washington Post column.
However, the Bush-Nazi story I reported has nothing to do with my agenda of new ideas for the Republican Party and the country. I have been swept into something bigger than myself, and I am very serious about my platform.
Please visit my web site at www.johnbuchanan.org and learn more about my platform. Please contribute to offer me a fair chance on a small budget.
166 posted on 11/29/2003 7:42:44 PM PST by Republican Challenger
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To: Torie
...you evince the paleo con agenda...

He's no paleocon. We're not big on Nelson Mandela, for one thing.

167 posted on 11/29/2003 7:43:21 PM PST by inquest (Government: Guilty until proven innocent)
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To: deport
Hey, there are a lot of people I've never heard of who've filed to run in the New Hampshire primary! How much does it cost? Can anyone do it?

Might be fun for a gag.

168 posted on 11/29/2003 7:44:37 PM PST by Amelia ("We have met the enemy and he is us." -- Pogo)
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To: Republican Challenger
GFY!
169 posted on 11/29/2003 7:45:53 PM PST by mrfixit514
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To: Republican Challenger
"I think, after a career that has taken me around the world as a journalist for 34 years, I have a right to be heard, in the name of the people."

Sorry, you do not have a right to be heard.

The fact that you make such a statement betrays your political views as not based in conservatism.

170 posted on 11/29/2003 7:46:35 PM PST by Erik Latranyi
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To: Republican Challenger
Would you be a Luddite? Wanna keep the buggy whip industry flourshing?

My contributions will go to the campaign of the current occupant of the Whitehouse, President Bush....
171 posted on 11/29/2003 7:47:04 PM PST by deport
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To: Republican Challenger
My primary issues are: 1) ending the corporate stranglehold on government and politics, 2) an end to war profiteering by former government officials and Washington insiders, and 3) major media reform.

Just for kicks, how would you propose to do those things? Would you need cooperation from Congress, and if so, how would you go about getting it?

172 posted on 11/29/2003 7:47:40 PM PST by Amelia ("We have met the enemy and he is us." -- Pogo)
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To: dcwusmc
Yuck! Who know where he has been? Nasty. ;)

I won't do his job for him. If he wants my vote then he must first stake out his position and come to me to try to persuade me that his way is best. I am against so call listening tours because you either have core values or you don't. If you have core values then your actions and positions should be consistent and predictable. If you don't have core values then you shouldn't be anywhere near public office.

So far his positions have been pure liberal. Off with his head!

But then again I am in a bad contrary mood tonight.

173 posted on 11/29/2003 7:48:03 PM PST by Harmless Teddy Bear (I shot an arrow in the air. / Where it falls I do not care. / I buy my arrows wholesale)
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To: inquest
OK, maybe he is a creative synthesis of a Green and a Paleo, sort of like a papaya (green on the outside, and orange on the inside). Somebody has got to love him, and it might as well be you.
174 posted on 11/29/2003 7:48:06 PM PST by Torie
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To: Republican Challenger
That is a serious responsibility that warrants debate, even against an incumbent President.

You choose to debate Bush at his strongest point? The Muslim terrorist is an immediate threat to our nations security but he is not the biggest threat...Look further East...to an emerging China and a desperate N. Korea. They are communist behemoths whose stated intentions toward this country should make ones hair stand on end. Many expect conflict within two decades. As President, how important do you think a military foothold in the ME and Afghanistan would be in countering this greater future threat. Look at your World Atlas. Our national security depends on our ability to extend our military power

President Bush said this while he was still Gov. of Texas:

We must see China clearly -- not through the filters of posturing and partisanship. China is rising, and that is inevitable. Here, our interests are plain: We welcome a free and prosperous China. We predict no conflict. We intend no threat. And there are areas where we must try to cooperate: preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction; attaining peace on the Korean peninsula.

Yet the conduct of Chinas government can be alarming abroad, and appalling at home. Beijing has been investing its growing wealth in strategic nuclear weapons... new ballistic missiles; a blue-water navy and a long-range airforce. It is an espionage threat to our country. Meanwhile, the State Department has reported that ;all public dissent against the party and government [has been] effectively silenced; a tragic achievement in a nation of 1.2 billion people.

Chinas government is an enemy of religious freedom and a sponsor of forced abortion; policies without reason and without mercy. All of these facts must be squarely faced. China is a competitor, not a strategic partner. We must deal with China without ill-will; but without illusions. By the same token, that regime must have no illusions about American power and purpose. As Dean Rusk observed during the Cold War, It is not healthy for a regime ... to incur, by their lawlessness and aggressive conduct, the implacable opposition of the American people.

We must show American power and purpose in strong support for our Asian friends and allies; for democratic South Korea across the Yellow Sea... for democratic Japan and the Philippines across the China

seas ... for democratic Australia and Thailand. This means keeping our pledge to deter aggression against the Republic of Korea, and strengthening security ties with Japan. This means expanding theater missile defenses among our allies.

And this means honoring our promises to the people of Taiwan. We do not deny there is one China. But we deny the right of Beijing to impose their rule on a free people. As I've said before, we will help Taiwan to defend itself.

http://www.freerepublic.com/forum/a395503e07c50.htm

The Bush Administration's military strategy is multi-dimensional. I know that our soldiers in Iraq are targets for every Islamic nutjob on the planet...But better we keep it on their turf then then here on our streets with our citizens as the target. The soldiers are doing their jobs and we need to do ours by at least giving them our unconditional support.

Unless you can articulate a comprehensive plan for our national security you will not be getting my vote either.

175 posted on 11/29/2003 7:48:12 PM PST by KDD (I didn't say it was your fault;;I said...I was going to blame you)
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To: Republican Challenger
"I have been swept into something bigger than myself, and I am very serious about my platform."

And in the immortal words of Dirty Harry.......

...you're a legend in your own mind.

176 posted on 11/29/2003 7:48:51 PM PST by Erik Latranyi
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To: dcwusmc
Dear Teddy Bear,
Thank you for standing up for freedom of expression and fundamental democracy. One of the primary reasons I accepted the rather implausible reuquest that I run -- on a powerful and singular platform -- is that I want to encourage more participation by "common citizens" in the electoral process. As a journalist, I feel that every point I make, or will be, can be or is fully documented with unimpeachable information -- as were my Bush-Nazi stories in The New Hampshire Gazette (www.nhgazette.com).
Please visit my web site at www.johnbuchanan.org and learn more about my ideas, which are fresh and in the interests of all Americans, not just the special interests -- of both parties.
Thanks again for your voice of support for my voice. It is much appreciated.
177 posted on 11/29/2003 7:48:59 PM PST by Republican Challenger
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To: CounterCounterCulture
Bwa-ha-haaaaa. Da. Class warfare. Straight out of the USSR.

Take a peek at some of the trade threads around here. You will be smacked upside your head with the class warfare that happens in these threads.


178 posted on 11/29/2003 7:49:05 PM PST by rdb3 (I don't believe in man-made "principles." I believe in Christ and what He calls right and wrong.)
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To: Amelia
Might be fun for a gag.


Basically what many of them are doing...... I have no idea what the filing fee would be...... It is probably on the New Hampshire SofS web site....
179 posted on 11/29/2003 7:49:27 PM PST by deport
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To: Torie
Paleos are orange? I can never keep up...
180 posted on 11/29/2003 7:49:40 PM PST by inquest (Government: Guilty until proven innocent)
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To: Republican Challenger
Please understand that I am not running "against" George Bush.

Maybe if you say it a few more times we'll believe it.

181 posted on 11/29/2003 7:50:00 PM PST by stands2reason ("Don't funk with my funk."--Bootsy Collins)
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To: mrfixit514
I'm betting that GFY doesn't stand for Good For You :).
183 posted on 11/29/2003 7:50:53 PM PST by Ex-Dem (not just another brick in the wall)
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To: inquest
I just picked the most appropriate color. Sort of a cross between red and yellow.
184 posted on 11/29/2003 7:50:54 PM PST by Torie
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To: Republican Challenger
I just checked out your web site... and the answers to your four questions are no, no, no and no. I quess that means our brief relationship is over.

Bye bye, ta ta...
186 posted on 11/29/2003 7:52:04 PM PST by CommandoFrank (Peer into the depths of hell and there is the face of Islam!)
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To: eddie willers
You are incorrect, sir, and I am in personal possession, as is the New Hampshire Gazette, of 300 pages of US government documents that prove my reporting and, in fact, discredit Mr. Conason. The culprit was AP, which badly misreported the story and sent it around the world without apology. I am still at war with them over the facts and their underlying truth, and I will not rest until the facts have been publicly established. Therefore, I trust you will be open-minded in the days ahead.
187 posted on 11/29/2003 7:52:04 PM PST by Republican Challenger
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To: Republican Challenger
Well, I admit "Buchanan For President" sounds kinda catchy, doesn't it?!


188 posted on 11/29/2003 7:52:09 PM PST by Revolting cat! (Merry Shopping Season and a Happy Pre-Xmas Storewide Sales Event!)
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To: Torie
Sort of a cross between red and yellow.

Bears repeating.

189 posted on 11/29/2003 7:52:45 PM PST by EllaMinnow (I miss Chancellor Palpatine. Heck, I even miss Illbay.)
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To: Republican Challenger
I'm voting in the GOP caucuses in Michigan.

Why should I vote for YOU? What is your platform. Specifically.

1. Do you think there is too little, the right amount, or too much gun control? What changed in gun laws, if any, would you make as president.

2. What would your plans be on Social Security and medicare.

3. What is your view on the Patriot Act

4. What role should the UN have in international affairs.

5. What is your view on the McCain/Feingold Campaign Finance Law, and what changed if any would you make.

6. What changed from Bush would you have in foreign policy?

If you want my vote, earn it.

190 posted on 11/29/2003 7:53:09 PM PST by Dan from Michigan ("Today's music ain't got the same soul. I like that old time Rock N Roll" - Bob Seger)
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To: Torie
OK, maybe he is a creative synthesis of a Green and a Paleo, sort of like a papaya (green on the outside, and orange on the inside). You know, until you made that post I was in favor of genetically-modified foods! Now I'm going to have nightmares about a Ralph Nader-Pat Buchanan hybrid stalking the Produce Department at Food Lion!
191 posted on 11/29/2003 7:53:52 PM PST by Slings and Arrows (Am Yisrael Chai!)
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To: Republican Challenger
I have three questions for you, sir. Where do you stand on the issue of abortion ? And how would you address the illegal immigration problem this country is facing? And finally , do you support the H1B and L1 visa programs ?
192 posted on 11/29/2003 7:54:09 PM PST by Peace will be here soon (Beware, there are some crazy people around here !!! And I could be one of them !!)
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To: Republican Challenger
Some political scientists and journalists believe the party will virtually implode if we win big next fall across the board and strengthen the mandate in the Senate

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So why then would you want to help them by running against George Bush. I re-remind you, it was Pat Buchanan (sp?) who gave the Dems the idea to use the "read my lips" ammo. And it was one of the Democrats who first used Willie Horton against Dukakis.

If the RAT party is about to implode, Shut up and enjoy it. I sure will.

Come back in 2008 and beat the crap out of Hellary. That's assuming you're for real. You say the same things the DemocRATS say. If it walks like a, talks like a, quacks like a, then it is a...
193 posted on 11/29/2003 7:54:10 PM PST by gooleyman
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To: Republican Challenger
7. What role should the feds have in Education.
194 posted on 11/29/2003 7:54:25 PM PST by Dan from Michigan ("Today's music ain't got the same soul. I like that old time Rock N Roll" - Bob Seger)
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To: Torie
Since when are new ideas ludicrous? At one point, the US and the Constitution were new ideas. Remember?
195 posted on 11/29/2003 7:54:42 PM PST by Republican Challenger
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To: Republican Challenger
My references include former Secretary of Defense William Cohen

Wonderful, now if you can add Madeline Halfbright and Sandy Berger you will have managed to win the three stooges to your side.

197 posted on 11/29/2003 7:54:49 PM PST by jwalsh07
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To: William Creel

There ought to be a law against greedy liberal journalists running for office just to sell their magazine articles to corporate interests!

198 posted on 11/29/2003 7:55:21 PM PST by Cultural Jihad
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To: Republican Challenger
NO!!!!!
199 posted on 11/29/2003 7:56:00 PM PST by cksharks
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To: Republican Challenger
At this juncture,
absent *large* sums of cash,

I doubt anyone could mount a cognizant, functional challenge.

I have been disgusted with the TSA gestapo, the Patriot act in general and George the Duce's cut and run on the Assualt weapons ban,

folks I talk to are disgusted by the spending, the regulation mills not stopping and the medi-scare boondogle.

I'm hacked that the 'energy bill' was packed with pork and no substantive methods to improve our long term energy indendence prospects.

Right now I think the only prospect to improvement is to fire all the dimwits that claim to be republican and voted to the Patriot act TSA gestapo and have allowed all the rino's to run the national party in Congress.

I'm about to run against my misrep since he couldn't find time to read the patriot act but didn't have problem with the house shipping the 'plastic gun ban' off to the senate.

As far as I am concerned the republic may have to be saved in congress since the folks at 1600 penzy just don't seem to care .

yes I sent a letter stating as much to George the duce via a misrep that meets w/ him regulary, but he was to busy campaining for $ to answer.

Good luck,
If you are running against George the duce you will need it.

He good, very good at what he does.

r
200 posted on 11/29/2003 7:56:18 PM PST by woerm (student of history)
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