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Monday, October 18, 2004

Hewitt symposium- Why Bush not Kerry ?

"In 250 words or less, why vote for Bush and what's wrong with Kerry?" http://www.hughhewitt.com/index.htm

President Bush has a deep understanding of the dire threat that faces the United States and is steadfast and determined to defend to the end, this country and her people. He is a man who is trustworthy and views the job set before him as "service" to the One who called him to the position and to those entrusted under his watch. The President is driven by noble goals, goals that would see this nation as a beacon of light to the world. The President has a deep sense of this nation being set apart for a purpose, and he seeks the will of the One who has set it apart and desires to use it. The President is a man of integrity and heart determined to fulfill his charge to serve. He is trustworthy.

John Kerry's purposes are less then noble, they are self seeking. He has his own agenda and his agenda is reflected in his voting record. His agenda is contrary to the desires of most Americans, he will take us where we do not want to go, morally and defensively. He has a lack of understanding as to the depth of hate our enemies have for us and their determination to destroy the United States at all cost. Politics and personal strivings must play no place in these times. We trust Bush with our lives, we do not trust Kerry.

2 Comments:

  • At October 18, 2004 at 4:33 PM, Blogger Laura Lee Donoho said…

    Kerry will truly take us where we do not want to go. Besides that, if he were elected he would acquire one more mansion.

     
  • At October 18, 2004 at 9:28 PM, Blogger josh narins said…

    Actually, on many issues, the Kerry agenda is more in line with most Americans.

    Take the controversial abortion issue. More than 60% of Americans wish it to remain legal.

    I think Bush has lied again and again and again, most notably about WMD in Iraq. I knew they were lies, and that's what hurt the most.

     

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