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  • Our choice for president: George W. Bush [full text of St. Paul Pioneer Press's endorsement]

    10/31/2004 3:36:56 AM PST · by rhema · 8 replies · 515+ views
    Like many Americans, we have been disappointed with some of the policies and decisions of President George W. Bush in his first term. He has strayed from the conservative principles that resonated four years ago: Smaller government. Thriftiness. Free trade. His environmental policies and aspects of his social agenda, too, give us pause. But at a time of war, we believe the bar must be set high for a challenger seeking to unseat the president. We expect the challenger to make a forceful, compelling, affirmative case for changing the nation's top leadership. Sen. John Kerry has not made that case...
  • Providence Journal endorses Bush for president

    10/31/2004 1:35:45 PM PST · by Jewels1091 · 12 replies · 759+ views
    Providence Journal ^ | Providence Journal
    PROVIDENCE, R.I. The Providence Journal has endorsed George W. Bush for a second term as president. The Journal says Bush fully understands the stakes in the war on terrorism since the September Eleventh attacks. The newspaper writes the president has kept fast to the mission to keep Americans secure and take the war on terrorism to the terrorists. The Journal acknowledges that Senator Kerry's stances on some domestic issues are more in line with the newspaper's. But it says the war on terrorism is the, (quote) "issue of our time," and Bush is best suited to prosecute it. The Journal...
  • David Warren: Letter to USA, V & VI

    10/31/2004 2:07:53 PM PST · by quidnunc · 8 replies · 469+ views
    The Ottawa Citizen ^ | October 30/31, 2004 | David Warren
    No matter who wins Stateside on Tuesday (or next May, if the race is close enough for the lawyers to throw into the courts), I shall be disappointed. My regular readers will by now have guessed that I am hoping, nay praying, for a Bush victory. More than that: I am hoping for one that is so shockingly decisive, that it will bring the Democrat Party to its senses, and leave major figures in the mainstream media in the United States and elsewhere asking themselves serious questions about life. But this is really too much to hope. I shall be...
  • Payton Manning a Bush Supporter (my title)

    10/31/2004 12:47:44 PM PST · by ConservativeStatement · 15 replies · 2,037+ views
    The Boston Herald ^ | October 31, 2004 | Mark Murphy
    In an investigative study of the Federal Election Commission's database published last week, the Indianapolis Star found that only 31 current athletes and coaches out of a pool of approximately 4,300 contributed to a political campaign over the past year. Leagues included in the study were Major League Baseball, the NBA, NHL, NFL and WNBA, in addition to the top-50 ranked competitors in NASCAR, the IRL, PGA, Champions Tour and LPGA. Of the 31 contributors, 23 sent money to George W. Bush, including a $2,000 check from Peyton Manning. No one contributed to Kerry, though another eight - including former...
  • 9/11 Families: Open Letter to the American People

    10/31/2004 12:29:28 PM PST · by jerod · 9 replies · 628+ views
    Three years ago, on the day that began as a beautiful September morning, 19 men and their sponsors carried out a brutal and devastating attack on our country, leaving 3,000 innocent men, women and children dead, including our loved ones. In those first agonizing hours, and for weeks and months afterward as we searched for word of their fate, we were aware that the shock and horror of that day was not ours alone. With a gratitude we could not yet express, we felt the strong and steady embrace of our fellow Americans. The words, “Never forget,” defiantly written in...
  • Hitchens for Bush (Slate was wrong)

    10/31/2004 9:20:25 AM PST · by Piranha · 78 replies · 2,312+ views ^ | October 30, 2004 | David Horowitz
    An email from Christopher Hitchens to my friend Ron Radosh indicates that Hitchens's comments on the election in Slate, which we posted here, were actually intended as an edorsement of Bush not Kerry as the editors indicated. When my daughter first sent me the Hitchens comments I told her they didn't look like an endorsement of Kerry to me, but then she sent me the Slate headline which indicated that they were. Now the record is clear. Hitchens is voting for Bush.
  • Right War, Right Time, Right Man (New York Daily News Endorses President Bush)

    10/30/2004 10:39:37 PM PDT · by conservative in nyc · 35 replies · 1,431+ views
    New York Daily News via Press ^ | 10/31/04 | New York Daily News
    It appears the Sunday New York Daily News will endorse President Bush in an editorial entitled "Right War, Right Time, Right Man". This represents a pick-up of an endorsement from 2000, and may help the President in New Jersey.
  • St. Paul Pioneer Press Endorses President Bush

    10/30/2004 9:31:33 AM PDT · by rhema · 13 replies · 569+ views
    MN GOP ^ | 10/30/04
    In tomorrow's [Sunday, October 31] edition, the St. Paul Pioneer Press endorses President George W. Bush. Here are some excerpts from that endorsement: "But when they are held up side by side, it is clear to us that Bush has the sharper vision for a prosperous and safe 21st century." "We believe he will lead the country with decisiveness that Kerry cannot muster." "The president has led post 9/11 America with strength and resolve. His steadiness and calming presence on that September day three years ago and in the weeks that followed helped the nation cope with the unthinkable." "Kerry...
  • Bush can Win New Jersey! "Give Bush Second Term" Asbury Park Press

    10/30/2004 3:01:53 PM PDT · by icecold · 74 replies · 2,205+ views
    Give Bush second term Our decision on which presidential candidate to support Nov. 2 was not nearly as easy as it was four years ago when we opted for George W. Bush over Al Gore. But we're endorsing Bush again because we believe he would do a better job than Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry on the two issues that matter most - winning the war against terrorism and strengthening the economy.
  • Kerry isn't the answer (Telegraph endorses Bush)

    10/30/2004 2:53:22 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 11 replies · 996+ views
    The Sunday Telegraph (U.K.) ^ | 10/31/04 | Leader
    Since so few readers of The Telegraph have a vote in Tuesday's presidential election, it might seem impertinent or redundant for this newspaper to express a preference in the knife-edge contest between George W Bush and John Kerry. But the economic, military and diplomatic power of the United States is so great - and its links with this country so intimate - that it is important to ask which of the candidates would govern America in a way which better served the British national interest. Last year, Britain's exports to the US were worth more than £29 billion; American firms...
  • Reelect Bush, Faults And All

    10/30/2004 2:02:16 PM PDT · by Pokey78 · 7 replies · 913+ views
    Washington Post ^ | 10/31/04 | George F. Will
    "THEODORE! with all thy faults -- "-- The New York Sun's 1904endorsement of Teddy RooseveltThis column has expressed abundant skepticism about the grandiosity of George W. Bush's foreign policy. And about his passivity about spending (he has vetoed nothing), his enlargement of the welfare state (the prescription drug entitlement), his expansion of inappropriate federal responsibilities (concerning education from kindergarten through 12th-grade, through the No Child Left Behind Act) and his complicity in vandalizing the Constitution (he signed the McCain-Feingold bill, which rations political speech). Still, this column prefers Bush.
  • And the prestigious Jane Galt endorsement goes to . . .

    10/30/2004 11:16:33 AM PDT · by vrwc54 · 17 replies · 861+ views
    Assymetrical Information ^ | 10/29/04 | Jane Galt
    What a long, agonising trip its been. Throughout the process, I've been subjected to approximately 8 zillion exhortations along the lines of "How on earth could you consider voting for that son-of-a-bitch?" People who bemoan the increasing partisanship of our society will be pleased to hear that both parties seem to be thoroughly united in the belief that anyone who is not voting their way is either a drooling moron or a venal hatemonger, out to destory All That Is Good and Fine in This Great Nation of Ours. So before I give you my endorsement, I thought I'd run...
  • Why Indian Americans should support Bush

    10/30/2004 9:45:59 AM PDT · by AM2000 · 2 replies · 400+ views ^ | Rep. Joe Wilson
    Senators Tom Daschle and John Kerry, Governor Jim McGreevey, and many others in the Democratic Party have created hysteria on the issue of outsourcing. Most legislation to ban or restrict outsourcing in state legislatures or Congress have been introduced by Democrats. Yet, many Indian Americans know the outsourcing issue is one that has been created by Democrats for political gain at their expense. The economy has added 1.9 million jobs in 13 consecutive months, 49 states have added jobs in 2004, the unemployment rate has dropped in 45 states and nearly 140 million Americans are working, an all-time high. Our...
  • Families of 9/11 Victims 'United' Behind Bush

    10/29/2004 9:15:48 PM PDT · by bobsunshine · 17 replies · 1,146+ views
    Mensnewsdaily ^ | 10/29/2004 | Jimmy Moore
    By Jimmy Moore Talon News October 29, 2003 Hundreds of family members who lost a loved one during the terrorist attacks on America on September 11, 2001 have written an open letter "united" in support of the reelection of President George W. Bush on November 2. In an appeal to voters who may still be undecided in the race between Bush and Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John F. Kerry, the family members of 9/11 victims remind Americans of the horror that this country faced not that long ago. "Three years ago, on the day that began as a beautiful September...
  • Bush will protect and defend (John Kerry is a risk our country cannot afford.)

    10/30/2004 7:06:35 AM PDT · by Former Military Chick · 18 replies · 468+ views
    Philly News ^ | October 30, 2004 | Carol A. Taber
    In the 2000 election, 7.7 million more women than men voted. Having fought for the right to vote - and in that struggle, many courageous suffragettes were beaten, jailed and tortured - women have become conscientious citizens. Indeed, after 9/11, when many Americans admitted to knowing not much about this new enemy, Islamic terrorism, women clamored for information. Soon, we developed a new sophistication about the world. We learned that no country has permanent allies, but all countries have permanent interests; that the United Nations is corrupt, cruel and shiftless; and that former allies could betray us by valuing profit...
  • Bush Voters in Baghdad

    10/29/2004 5:39:42 AM PDT · by OESY · 4 replies · 449+ views
    Wall Street Journal ^ | October 29, 2004 | LAWRENCE F. KAPLAN
    ...[T]he thousands of academics, lawyers, rights advocates, and other educated elites leading the effort to create a new Iraq... have hitched their fortunes to our own and nearly all of whom hope that President Bush wins. ...These, after all, are the Iraqis building institutions, occupying key positions in ministries, and cooperating openly with the U.S. And they're the Iraqis with the most to lose in the event John Kerry makes good on his pledge to "bring the troops home where they belong."... Such fears haven't been spun out of whole cloth. As far as Iraqi elites are concerned, President Bush...
  • Pioneer Press Endorses President George W. Bush

    10/30/2004 6:49:17 AM PDT · by Cincinatus' Wife · 13 replies · 566+ views
    Yahoo News ^ | October 30, 2004 | Press Release
    ST. PAUL, Minn., Oct. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The Pioneer Press on Sunday, Oct. 31, is endorsing President George W. Bush in what it called "this most contentious of elections." "Both candidates leave us wanting," says an editorial on the newspaper's Opinion Page. "But when they are held up side by side, it is clear to us that President Bush has the sharper vision for a prosperous and safe 21st century America and the better understanding of how the world has changed in the past three years. We believe that he will lead the country with a decisiveness that Sen. Kerry...
  • Why Democrats Should Vote for Bush

    10/29/2004 9:02:56 PM PDT · by Lorianne · 21 replies · 1,259+ views
    Front Page magazine ^ | 29 October 2004 | Tammy Bruce
    As a Democrat and a pro-choice feminist, it’s time for me to explain why I support the president, and why other thoughtful Democrats should join me in doing so. I can’t tell you how many e-mails I’ve received from other Democrats either condemning me for not toeing the line, while others write who are genuinely curious, after all the hate-mongering and demonizing of Republicans and the president specifically, they hope I can ease their fears about what their inclination to vote for the president means about them. The simple answer? It means you’re a confident liberal, a thoughtful person who...
  • East St. Louis Mayor Carl Officer Joins "Democrats for Bush"

    10/29/2004 9:29:33 AM PDT · by Question Liberal Authority · 49 replies · 1,631+ views
    market wire ^ | October 29, 2004
    East St. Louis Mayor Carl Officer Joins "Democrats for Bush" Offers to Speak Nationally to Black Americans on BET on Behalf of the President EAST ST. LOUIS, IL -- (MARKET WIRE) -- 10/29/2004 -- Four-term Mayor Carl Officer of East St. Louis announced before local supporters today that he has accepted the position as head of the Illinois Steering Committee of "Democrats for Bush," founded earlier this year by Democratic Senator Zell Miller of Georgia. A life long Democrat, Officer is a third generation African-American entrepreneur and mayor of America's poorest city. The mayor was welcomed into the organization by...
  • Vote For Our Dad (Behind the scenes with W)

    10/29/2004 5:11:37 AM PDT · by condi2008 · 19 replies · 1,457+ views
    George W. ^ | October 2004
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  • Curt Schilling Not Only Ball Player to Support Bush. Jon Lieber of NY Yankee Does as Well

    10/29/2004 2:19:03 PM PDT · by Mean Daddy · 28 replies · 896+ views
    I took my two oldest kids out of school on Monday to attend the George Bush rally in Council Bluffs, Iowa. At the rally, it was announced that NY Yankee pitcher, Jon Lieber was in attendance. As it turned out, he was 10-15 rows in front of us. My 7 year old boy is a pretty good ball player and a Yankee fan to boot. He went down and approached Mr. Lieber for an autograph as did several other kids and adults. He was very gracious and signed my son's GWB event ticket. Before the POTUS came on stage, my...
  • Paul Johnson, British historian: High Stakes. Quite simply, Kerry must be stopped; and Bush must win

    10/29/2004 8:33:15 AM PDT · by Tolik · 29 replies · 2,158+ views
    The great issue in the 2004 election—it seems to me as an Englishman—is, How seriously does the United States take its role as a world leader, and how far will it make sacrifices, and risk unpopularity, to discharge this duty with success and honor? In short, this is an election of the greatest significance, for Americans and all the rest of us. It will redefine what kind of a country the United States is, and how far the rest of the world can rely upon her to preserve the general safety and protect our civilization. When George W. Bush was...
  • Why George W. Bush the better president is (Translated from German!!)

    I google translated it so the English may not be perfect but you'll get the gist. This is the biggest newspaper in Germany. In six days, on 2 November, America has the choice: George W. Bush or John Kerry? Here picture author Hugo Mueller Vogg calls its ten reasons, why it would be better for Germany, the world and America, if George W. Bush president remains. 1. Bushs priorities are clear. He sees the contempting for human beings Islamic fundamentalism, the mordwuetigen Mullahs as the largest danger for the western world. 2. Bush learned the lessons of history. Against ready...
  • Lebanon Democrat [TN newspaper] endorses Bush

    10/28/2004 5:24:54 PM PDT · by Blood of Tyrants · 4 replies · 622+ views
    Lebanon Democrat ^ | 10/28/2004 | Lebanon Democrat Editor (presumably)
    Bush deserves second term IN OUR OPINION Almost an entire presidential election season has been taken up with debate over a war occurring half a world away. Closer to home, there are a great many issues facing Tennesseans and the country as a whole. Based on his administration’s handling of the war against terrorism and values more in line with average Tennesseans than his opponent’s, The Lebanon Democrat endorses President George W. Bush for re-election. This election season has arguably been the nastiest and hardest fought in the history of American presidential politics. In truth, many of the issues brought...
  • Why George Bush? (from National President - Fraternal Order of Police)

    10/28/2004 2:47:30 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 13 replies · 1,224+ views
    George W. Bush ^ | October 28, 2004 | Chuck Canterbury
    By Chuck Canterbury National President - Fraternal Order of Police I am often asked by those in the media or outside the membership of our organization why the Fraternal Order of Police chose to endorse the reelection of President George W. Bush over Senator Kerry--the first ever unanimous endorsement of a presidential candidate in the F.O.P.’s nearly ninety year history. Quite simply, it is because under this President promises made are promises kept. It is one thing to claim that you support law enforcement. It’s quite another to actually go out there, roll up your sleeves and work on their...
  • Sox Pitcher To Appear With Bush In New Hampshire (Curt Schilling...)

    10/28/2004 1:34:28 PM PDT · by veronica · 77 replies · 3,060+ views
    AP/The WMUR Channel ^ | October 28, 2004
    Schilling Urges Voters To Choose Bush On Morning Show CONCORD, N.H. -- Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling, who urged people to vote for President George W. Bush on a national television show Thursday, will appear with the president on Friday in New Hampshire, a campaign spokeswoman said. At the end of his interview about his team's World Series victory on ABC's "Good Morning America," Schilling signed off: "Tell everybody to vote. And vote Bush next week." The president congratulated the Red Sox' owner and president by phone -- and thanked Schilling for his support. Schilling won Game 2 of...
  • 9 out of 10 NASCAR Stars Agree...Bush Is #1

    10/28/2004 12:43:38 PM PDT · by Cableguy · 61 replies · 1,461+ views
    SpeedwayMedia ^ | 10/28/04 | John Pavesi
    That's George W. Bush, not Kurt Busch [though Kurt's hoping they'll say the same about him after the final 4 races this season]. A little over a week ago, the guys at ran a front page article detailing Presidential endorsements from NASCAR drivers, team owners, TV commentators, and members of the sport's sanctioning body. The article detailed the near unanimity of their endorsements going to President Bush. It seems to further prove over time what NASCAR's 'King', Richard Petty, has famously said: "You'd be hard-pressed" to find a Democrat in the garage these days. When pressed for further details...
  • Cape Cod Times endorses Bush

    10/27/2004 7:24:06 AM PDT · by craigri · 81 replies · 1,073+ views
    Cape Cod Times ^ | 10/27/2004
    In this context, we believe President George W. Bush will best lead a bolder, more proactive, more focused struggle against insurgents in Iraq and Afghanistan and rogue governments and groups that shelter, finance or otherwise support terrorists. In contrast, Sen. John Kerry has said any attack against America will be met with "a swift response," but that pre-emptive strikes must meet "a global test." In other words, Kerry would play defense, much like previous administrations did after the attacks on the World Trade Center in 1993, the USS Cole, and U.S. embassies abroad.
  • Look at Bush's enemies: they are the reason why he deserves re-election

    10/28/2004 3:06:26 AM PDT · by crazycat · 29 replies · 1,374+ views
    times of London ^ | October 28, 2004 | GERARD BAKER
    But above all, in this oppositional sort of age, when it is often easier to be defined by what one is against rather than what one is for, I have to say it is his enemies who most justify Mr Bush’s re-election. The list of those whose world could be truly rocked on Tuesday is just too long and too rich to be ignored. If you think for a moment about those who would really be upset by a second Bush term, it becomes a lot easier to stomach.
  • Express-Times--Easton, PA Endorses Bush--Endorsed Gore 2000

    10/26/2004 7:47:08 PM PDT · by Dr. Scarpetta · 10 replies · 549+ views
    Express-Times ^ | 10/24/04 | M. Till, J. Owens, J. Flagg, J. Deegan
    Four more years Though not without faults, George W. Bush has shown leadership in difficult times. Now is not the time to back away. Three years after terrorist hijackers erased a piece of the New York City skyline and murdered nearly 3,000 innocents, Sept. 11 remains an open wound. Or is it? Remember the days in the aftermath of Sept. 11? Remember how we grieved, together? Remember how we united to console friends and neighbors -- even strangers? Remember the respect we paid to one another? What happened? Three years later, our nation is consumed in partisan sniping that has...
  • Top Israeli rabbi says Jews should vote for Bush: THIS IS HUGE

    10/26/2004 4:23:41 PM PDT · by Cinnamon Girl · 249 replies · 11,409+ views
    Jersualem Post ^ | Oct. 26, 2004 | Laurie Copans
    A senior Israeli rabbi with influence among almost 150,000 American Jews ruled Tuesday that they should vote for President George W. Bush in the upcoming US elections, his office said. Rabbi Shalom Yosef Elyashiv, responding to queries from Americans residing in Israel, has decided that Bush is better for Israel than his competitor, John Kerry, said an assistant to the rabbi, Haim Cohen. Elyashiv's opinions are respected by large ultra-Orthodox communities, especially in Israel and the US. Elyashiv has strong influence over about half of all haredi Jews of European origin. "Apparently George Bush loves Israel and thus we need...
  • Political Scientists Predict a Bush Win

    10/26/2004 11:24:19 AM PDT · by Hugenot · 61 replies · 2,861+ views
    SeaMax News ^ | 10/26/2004 | Joseph Taranto
    George W. Bush will win this year’s presidential election, according to the American Political Science Association. The group developed seven models of the election results, six of which had Bush on top. The APSA used “nine distinguished and nonpartisan political scientists” to predict the outcome of the race, according to a press release. An average of the experts’ results shows that Bush will receive 53.8 percent of the popular vote. Only one of the seven models predicts a narrow victory for Senator John Kerry, while all others show a solid lead for Bush. The biggest Bush lead comes from Brad...
  • A vote for stability = a vote for Bush

    10/25/2004 8:47:12 PM PDT · by Former Military Chick · 4 replies · 297+ views
    The Cincinnati Post ^ | 10-23-2004 | editorial
    The 2004 presidential campaign comes at a moment in our history unlike any other in the last 50 years. With nearly three generations of Cold War behind us, our leaders are struggling to define our role in a fragmenting world filled with shifting dangers, new challenges and inconceivable peril. The old principles no longer apply. There is no playbook, no recipe for success. No clear answers. And so it is with this election. We believe our current leaders have done some things very well in the months since 9/11. And we believe they have been terribly wrong in others. There...
  • The Endorsement

    10/25/2004 3:29:45 PM PDT · by swilhelm73 · 161+ views
    NRO ^ | October 22, 2004 | NR Editors
    In his bid for reelection, George W. Bush deserves the support of conservatives. His presidency has not turned out as anyone expected. The country was struck hard early in his term. He rose to the occasion. The terrorists had to be hunted down, and our defenses had to be strengthened: On these points there was a consensus. Bush took a fateful, and necessary, further step: The political culture of the Middle East had to be changed as well, lest it incubate more terrorists. Bush has overseen progress on all three fronts. Afghanistan is no longer a secure base for terrorists....
  • Witchita Eagle (KS) - Endorse Bush

    10/24/2004 8:17:19 PM PDT · by Former Military Chick · 6 replies · 602+ views
    Witchita Eagle ^ | October 24, 3004 | Editorial
    President Though he has made major mistakes that could justify his removal from office, George W. Bush is still the best choice for president for one overriding reason: His unwavering resolve to do whatever is necessary to fight terrorism. Terrorism is the top issue this campaign because of its threat to our citizens and our economy. This danger existed before Mr. Bush became president, but most Americans didn't consider it all that serious or imminent. After 9/11, we finally realized that America is at war with an enemy intent on inflicting as much death and destruction as possible. Mr. Bush...
  • Why This Libertarian Is Voting to Re-elect George W. Bush

    10/23/2004 10:07:23 AM PDT · by J. Neil Schulman · 51 replies · 7,006+ views
    The Sierra Times ^ | October 23, 2004 | J. Neil Schulman
    Why This Libertarian Is Voting to Re-elect George W. Bush By J. Neil Schulman "If you are part of a society that votes, then do so. There may be no candidates and no measures you want to vote for ... but there are certain to be ones you want to vote against. By this rule you will rarely go wrong." -- Robert A. Heinlein, The Notebooks of Lazarus Long I've called myself a libertarian since January 10, 1971, when my mother, a diehard New York Sunday Times crossword-doer, said to me, "Hey your favorite author's picture is in the...
  • Columbus Dispatch: Bush is better able to steer nation through difficulties ahead

    10/24/2004 9:26:46 PM PDT · by mhking · 5 replies · 231+ views
    Like millions of American voters, The Dispatch is less than enthused about the choices in next week’s presidential election. Neither President Bush nor Sen. John Kerry has built a record that leads to a clear-cut decision. Since President Bush took office, this newspaper repeatedly has criticized his administration’s borrow-and-spend fiscal policies, which have resulted in massive deficits that weaken America. The Dispatch also strongly opposed the invasion of Iraq, contending the case had not been made that Saddam Hussein possessed weapons of mass destruction or posed an imminent threat to this nation. On the other hand, neither Kerry’s 20-year Senate...
  • Birmingham News: Bush should get re-election nod

    10/24/2004 8:45:33 PM PDT · by mhking · 8 replies · 781+ views
    Forget Purple Hearts and Swift boats. Forget the Alabama whereabouts of young Lt. George Bush. Forget John Kerry's impressive debate skills. Forget Dick Cheney's faulty memory on Iraq and 9/11. Forget Mary Cheney's sexuality. Forget Teresa Heinz Kerry's bursts of silliness. Forget all the mini-tempests in a teapot. Even forget, to some degree, some big issues like the economy and jobs, the budget deficit, Social Security and Medicare. The 2004 presidential election should hinge on one issue: America's role in a 21st-century world forever changed by the terror of Sept. 11, 2001. On this issue - how we defeat global...
  • Hartford Courant: Re-Elect President Bush (I don't believe it!)

    10/24/2004 8:59:56 PM PDT · by mhking · 48 replies · 1,787+ views
    As in many past elections, Americans are closely divided over who should be the next president. It's not a clear-cut case of one candidate being far superior to the other. Yet history is not made by those who stand on the sidelines and wring their hands. The people must choose on Nov. 2, and The Courant recommends George W. Bush over John F. Kerry.
  • Re-Elect President Bush - HARTFORD COURANT

    10/24/2004 7:02:06 PM PDT · by jwalsh07 · 22 replies · 1,306+ views
    The Hartford Courant ^ | 10/24/04 | editorial
    Re-Elect President Bush October 24, 2004 As in many past elections, Americans are closely divided over who should be the next president. It's not a clear-cut case of one candidate being far superior to the other. Yet history is not made by those who stand on the sidelines and wring their hands. The people must choose on Nov. 2, and The Courant recommends George W. Bush over John F. Kerry.
  • Endorsement...George W. Bush

    10/24/2004 8:07:53 PM PDT · by Ligeia · 9 replies · 610+ views
    Bluefield Daily Telegraph ^ | Oct 23, 2004 | Editorial Board
    Unless you're blindly guided to a partisan decision on Nov. 2, you face a difficult choice for the next president of the United States. Thinking voters, who genuinely weigh a myriad of issues on the table for the upcoming four years, face an extraordinarily tough set of compromises unthinkable in recent memory. It's no wonder the race is so close. Reaching our conclusion, we have itemized several critical points, and here is our scorecard: l Would we now support the pre-eminent strike against Iraq, now knowing there were no weapons of mass destruction, and now knowing the administration did so...
  • For President: George W. Bush

    10/24/2004 7:50:27 PM PDT · by Ligeia · 3 replies · 327+ views
    Danville [Va] Register and Bee ^ | October 24, 2004 | Editorial Board
    SNIP It is said that presidential elections turn on the state of the economy, but few Americans realize just how badly the economy was hurt by the terrorist attacks. Flying airplanes into the World Trade Center was more than a symbolic act, it had ripple effects on both the airline and financial industries at a time when the high-tech stock bubble burst. No reasonable person can blame all of that on President Bush. Four years ago, when Bush was an untested governor running for president, we wrote: “We don’t know what challenges our next president will face, so we have...
  • President Bush Deserves a new Term

    10/24/2004 6:42:12 PM PDT · by Ligeia · 5 replies · 330+ views
    Lynchburg [Va] News and Advance ^ | October 24, 2004 | Editorial Board
    President Bush deserves a new term The terrorist attacks on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001, continue to change life in America in ways that were never considered in the first eight months of the presidency of George W. Bush. Those attacks led to the war on terror in Afghanistan, then Iraq and ultimately throughout the world wherever the terrorists, with their bloody handiwork, exposed themselves. President Bush has led the world’s fight against terrorism. He has stood firm and resolute in the face of terrorists, pledging to root them out wherever they try to hide. In the process,...
  • Suprise Endorsement from Liberal California newspaper for Bush

    10/24/2004 6:07:28 PM PDT · by BJungNan · 49 replies · 1,913+ views
    dsert sun/gogov ^ | October 24, 2004 | dsert sun
    Surprise Endorsement - The Desert Sun In what is becoming common in many media markets, one paper is viewed as leaning liberal the other can be counted on to present a rightward view. In a surprise endorsement, The Desert Sun (the liberal one) endorses Bush in a full page editorial. Note, we are not allowed to link to The Desert Sun but you can find the editorial at this link.
  • Russian voters prefer Bush

    10/24/2004 5:42:22 PM PDT · by Destro · 36 replies · 853+ views ^ | Friday, October 22, 2004 | CONSTANTINE PLESHAKOV
    Friday, October 22, 2004 THE VIEW FROM MOSCOW Russian voters prefer Bush By CONSTANTINE PLESHAKOV MOSCOW -- According to a recent international poll, Russia is among a handful of nations that largely support U.S. President George W. Bush and want him re-elected. The Democratic Party nominee, Sen. John Kerry, doesn't do well at all among Russians surveyed -- as opposed to the overwhelming approval he enjoys in France and other countries. This difference in taste is quite telling and supports an old theory that Russians are closer to Americans than they are to Western Europeans: No matter what the eventual...
  • What They're Saying: Ohio Newspapers Endorsing President Bush

    10/24/2004 5:42:48 PM PDT · by RWR8189 · 32 replies · 1,524+ views
    George W. Bush ^ | October 24, 2004
    The Columbus Dispatch: Kerry Lacks Convictions On Iraq.  "During the presidential campaign, Kerry has revised his stance on Iraq almost as frequently as there have been shifts in opinion polls. He appears to lack solid convictions on how to proceed."  (Editorial, "Despite Missteps, Bush Is Better Able To Steer Nation Through Difficulties Ahead," The Columbus Dispatch, 10/24/04)  The Cincinnati Enquirer: "We Believe George W. Bush Has The Strength To Meet This Challenge And The Others That Will Confront America In The Next Four Years."  (Editorial, "George Bush For President," The Cincinnati Enquirer, 10/24/04)The Cincinnati Post: Kerry's Record Makes Decision Clear. ...
  • Interview: Buchanan Endorses Bush

    10/24/2004 5:29:16 PM PDT · by wagglebee · 15 replies · 767+ views
    NewsMax ^ | 10/25/04 | Phil Brennan
    In his latest book "Where the Right Went Wrong" (Thomas Dunne Books), Pat Buchanan provides a sweeping assessment of America's problems, foreign and domestic and he lays out his vision of what needs to be done to successfully fight terrorism abroad and prevent America from becoming a third world nation economically. In an exclusive interview with, Pat tackled some of the most controversial issues America faces and spelled out his solutions in his usual courageous and straight forward manner. Pat has endorsed President Bush for re-election. He told why he is backing a president many of whose policies...
  • Decision 2004 (Northern Virginia Weekly Endorses GWB!)

    10/24/2004 5:52:43 PM PDT · by Ligeia · 2 replies · 435+ views
    Times Community ^ | 10/21/2004 | Editorial Board
    10/21/2004 Tough choices await voters Nov. 2 in local, national races This week, The Times editorial board lays out the case for whom it is supporting in the local congressional and presidential races. We will not presume to change your mind or make it up for you. We offer our thoughts as another in the assault of opinions launched in this high-stakes election. Regardless of what is said here or what you think or write us about it, we feel passionate that everyone should get out and vote on Election Day. In the 11th Congressional District, we continue to...
  • In wartime, U.S. needs Bush as leader (Oklahoman Endorses President George W. Bush)

    10/24/2004 10:31:58 AM PDT · by PhiKapMom · 33 replies · 513+ views
    The Oklahoman ^ | October 24, 2004 | The Editorial Board
    In wartime, U.S. needs Bush as leader Oklahoman Editorial IN THE presidential election of 1864, Americans buffeted throughout the summer by accounts of horrific battles and staggering casualties re-elected Abraham Lincoln. They did so despite awful carnage at places like the Wilderness, Spotsylvania and Cold Harbor, each of which cost thousands of Union soldiers killed and wounded. They did so despite charges from Lincoln's opponents that he was incompetent and that his top general was a butcher. Hesitant to change course in the middle of the Civil War, voters stuck with Lincoln and launched a tradition of Americans supporting incumbents...
  • A Surprising Endorsement

    10/24/2004 2:15:13 PM PDT · by crushelits · 15 replies · 1,931+ views ^ | October 24, 2004 |
    A Surprising Endorsement Readers know just how little little I think of newspaper endorsements for a presidential candidate. But there’s one endorsement worth noting: The Sioux Falls Argus-Leader is endorsing President Bush.Those familiar with familiar with South Dakota politicsSouth Dakota politics know just how much of a Democrat front the Argus-Leader is. This surprising endorsement is perhaps a sign that the political winds in South Dakota are blowing so much to the right that the newspaper endorsed President Bush to avoid losing readers. That is, of course, bad news for Tom Daschle in his desperate fight for re-election.UPDATE: Another...