Veterans Watching Our Government

Saturday, February 12, 2005

New DNC Leader . . . .

I find it interesting that their own presidential candidate, John Kerry, was not deemed adequate to lead the Democractic party! Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, January 21, 2005

Were the Lefties Perturbed or What?

Yesterday was highly symbolic of their loss, of their lack of understanding of how our system of government works and of what chronic losers they are and will remain. The election is over; you'll have other chances. Energies will be better spent in building up your party rather than tearing down the Republican Party. Congratulations to President Bush on a much deserved win! Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, December 18, 2004

Cowardly Kerry Craving CNN?

Kerry announced a trip to Iraq! Does he know the campaign is over, that he lost? does he realize he will never be taken seriously for the office of president ever again? Give it up, Kerry; you are about to retire from public office; enjoy the rocking chair and stay away from real people. Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, December 1, 2004

Seems Bush is continuing

to find good people to surround himself with. So far his choices for new cabinet members has been right on, collecting competent people who are also from minority groups. Bush is much smarter than his opponents give him credit for; he is beginning to line the "vote vault" for Republican win in 2008. I look forward to that, because another major loss for the Democrats might force them to re-evaluate their goals, and to come to the obvious conclusion that their platform is not going to win any... Sign in to see full entry.

Sunday, November 28, 2004

Why do the uninformed keep posting here?

Perhaps they should take up thinking? Some of the most ridiculous, unsubstantiated, downright false postings have been made from those who are still living before the last election, and who still don't grasp that their candidate lost, and, more importantly, that their candidate should have lost. Sign in to see full entry.

Okay, Veterans; the topic has changed . . .

Kerry has been defeated and Bush has won, just as I'd hoped. Now, until the next election, let us look at both parties and voice our opinions on what is being done in congress and by our administration, and how the courts are reacting. Why veterans? We veterans, perhaps more than others, have a responsibility to keep an eye on government. We have served our country honorably in positions that either have or may have led to our injury or our death. We have been willng and often in situations that... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, November 24, 2004

Will he ever go away?

Kerry spoke of unity after he lost, yet he is already finding excuses and placing blame for not winning. Mr. Kerry: It is simple; you lost because you were beaten by a better man, a better organized campaign, and, most of all, by the voters of the United States. Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, November 20, 2004

Last Post this topic . . . .

I left for a prolonged visit to Canada on election day, so have had no way to comment on Blogit. But this topic has become OBE with a most wonderful outcome: Kerry was defeated. Now is not the time to let up. continue to be politically active and hold politicians feet to the fire, so to speak. Let them know via e-mail, mail or phone that you are watching and paying attention. An active, politically proactive populace leads to better political leadership. Don't wait until the next election cycle... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, November 1, 2004

Kerry Claims, falsely, that Osama wants Bush!

How simplistic a mind Kerry has; certainly not presidential timbre. Osam claims Bush is helping recruit terrorists; Kerry, not realizing the simplistic, obvious reverse psychology, falls into the logical trap Osama set and claims he should be elected because Osama wants Bush! How stupid does Kerry think we are to believe him and to not see through the ploy? How stupid does Osama think we are to pay any attention to him? Sign in to see full entry.

Saturday, October 30, 2004

Kerry beginning to sound shrill & desperate

He is beginning to grasp at straws and that's a sign of his fear that he will lose the election. He has never sounded less presidential. Sign in to see full entry.

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