Veterans Watching Our Government

Saturday, October 9, 2004

Kerry Does not trust individuals . . .

Sarwood's comments reminded me of the true goal of Kerry, Edwards and the left side of the Democratic Party. They want to make government into the overall parental authority for us all. They do not like individualism, nor do they care for allowing true choice. Everything must be regulated; it is as if they think we are too immature, or unready, to take responsibility for ourselves. We were designed to be a free nation with minimal governmental interference. The Democrats have ruined that concept... Sign in to see full entry.

Bush Clears the Decks, again . . .

last night Kerry looked and sounded like an amateur. He got his figures wrong, he didn't answer the questions posed to him, and he did that stupid looking thumb-pointing thing he stole from Clinton's repertoire of gestures. Mr. Bush made some excellent points, which Kerry could not have possibly understood, about leadership. Making decisions is not about making people, or nations, happy. Making decisions is about doing what is right. The Presidency is not a popularity contest. Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, October 8, 2004

Tonight's "Debate"

... should be good. I ask the President to please focus on Kerry's Senate attendance, his activities and his far left voting record. BTW, I had to laugh as Edwards talked about those rich people sitting around their pools while the rest of America worked and struggled to survive. I wonder how often we'd see Edwards around his pool, the poor little rich man himself. And I wonder how many pools Kerry and his wife own? What hypocrites. Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, October 7, 2004

How can we trust Shirkers Kerry/Edwards

since neither of them has been participating in the Senate because of their run for the Executive offices? They are not serving their constituency; how can we trust them to serve us if elected. They are true shirkers. Sign in to see full entry.

The Scary Thing about Kerry . . .

is his willingness, even eagerness, to abrogate United States sovereignty, thus abrogatting our national security. This "global" attitude of his could cost us millions of lives. Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, October 6, 2004

Kerry is not qualified for the presidency. . .

He does not even understand the requirement that the President be one who seeks to protect our interests above any other in the world. He wants to submit our security to a "Global Test"? What a dork he is. His puppet, John Edwards, was a riot to watch last night. He was out of his league. Sign in to see full entry.

Much Better Debate . . .

Although I thought Mr. Cheney was the stronger of the two, Mr. Edwards showed a much stronger grasp of the issues than did his "boss" Mr. Kerry. There will be a lot of "hand-wringing" by Democrats in November when they try to figure out what happened. They should have gone with Mr. Liebermann. Had they done so, they would probably be ahead of the game at this point, and possibly in November as well. Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, October 4, 2004

Kerry is weak on the issues . . . . .

He was wobbling and waffling on the issues just as much on his post debate comments as he was during the debate. Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, September 30, 2004

During tonight's Debate . . .

Will Kerry show the same lack of backbone he has throughout the campaign? He has declined to get off the military record stage because he has no dometic policy, beyound vague genreealities. Will we finally be able to see the details of his grandeous plans? I doubt it. Kerry will run from the issues as he has up to now. Don't you get it, Kerry? We want to hear your thoughts and your plans on issues, current issues. Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, September 28, 2004

Veteran Questions

Although I feel Kerry has totally dishonored the uniform he wore, the same type uniform I wore, that of a Naval officer, I hope the debates don't rehash all the ancient history war stuff. I want the candidates to talk about issues. I am sure that Bush will be able to hammer, and hammer hard, Kerry's poor performance as a Senator with no problems. Sign in to see full entry.

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