(Archive - Week of October 16, 2004)

Voting is an obligation, privilege, duty, and right


ROBERT E. LEE, letter to General James Longstreet, Oct. 29, 1867: I am of the opinion that all who can vote for the most intelligent, honest, and conscientious men eligible to office, irrespective of former party opinions, who will endeavor to make the new constitutions and the laws passed under them as beneficial as possible to the true interests, prosperity, and liberty of all classes and conditions of the people.

The State of our Union is in a slippery slide downfall. We are not better off today than we were four years ago when George W. Bush was appointed President of the United States. Our nation will continue to fall and reach rock-bottom if we allow Bush to squat in the White House for another four years. Your vote to send this jackass back to Texas has never been more needed for this coming election on Nov. 2.

The people are not at fault for Bush being president. All of the votes were not counted. Al Gore would have been elected if the US Supreme Court had not stopped the count in Florida. We will never know for sure, but if Gore had been president, perhaps 9-11-01 would not have happened. And it is for damn sure, our nation would not have invaded Iraq and caused more than a 1,000 young Americans to die, with 6,000 wounded – some with no arms and legs. And we would not have spent $200 billion of the American taxpayers money for the war in Iraq that should not have been fought.

Vote for John Kerry and John Edwards

Pat Buchanan and Ralph Nader played a spoiling part in the general election four years ago. Even though they had a legal right to run, they both were well aware that they did not have a Chinaman's chance of winning, and they knew that they would take votes from Gore if they stayed in the race. Ralph Nader is up to his old tricks once again this year, and those who vote for him are helping to make our democracy fail. Pat Buchanan has gone underground somewhat after it was alleged that he was the “Deep-Throat” in the book, “All the President's Men” written by Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein in 1976.

Bush has said over and over that Sen. John Kerry did not vote on matters that counted. Bush lied again. This will tell you that Sen. Kerry did vote supporting the needy.

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Every American Must Vote
No person in America can be forced to vote. But in my opinion, if you do not vote, you are not worthy of being an American.

Those that do not vote have no voice. You cannot agree or disagree with elected officials who control our lives.

For the past few years we have had less than 50 percent of Americans voting.

Vote for the person(s) or party of your choice, but vote. It's free, thanks to me and others who have defended our freedom in war against our country.

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