Wednesday, November 03, 2004

Thanks, John.

Glad to see that Kerry saw the writing on the wall and chose not to drag the election out like Gore did four years ago. Of course, the numbers this time probably had a lot to do with it. Good to see that one democrat puts the nation ahead of his political career...

Edwards however, sounded like he's already running for 2008. He'll have to get past Hillary first.

5 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you voted for George W. Bush and your son or daughter is serving in Iraq, I won’t feel sorry for you when “The Secretary of the Army regrets to inform you...”

If you voted for George W. Bush and someday need an abortion and can’t get one, I won’t feel sorry for you when you die from complications of a pregnancy, give birth to a child conceived through rape or incest, or give birth to a child you can’t support.

If you voted for George W. Bush and make $5.15 an hour — that’s right, I’m talking to you, Wal-Mart workers of middle America— I won’t feel sorry for you when you are still making $5.15 an hour four years from now.

If you voted for George W. Bush and find the F.B.I. peeking in your medical records, get detained without cause, or get deported without trial, I won’t feel sorry for you when you end up with your secrets known, in jail, or stuck in Somalia.

If you voted for George W. Bush and are a veteran, I appreciate your sacrifice, but shed no tears over your benefits being cut.

If you voted for George W. Bush — or didn’t vote at all — and get drafted, I won’t feel sorry for you when you end up trading in your dorm room for a trench.

If you voted for George W. Bush and find out your son or daughter is gay, I won’t feel sorry for you for raising a second-class citizen.

If you voted for George W. Bush and are gay, I won’t feel sorry for you for being discriminated against.

If you voted for George W. Bush and are a reservist fighting in Iraq without the armor given to the regular troops, I won’t feel sorry for you when you get inured or killed by a piece of shrapnel.

If you voted for George W. Bush and a loved one dies of a disease where stem-cell research may have provided a cure, I won’t feel sorry for you when you stand over her casket.

If you voted for George W. Bush and in 20 years find your tax dollars financing debt, I won’t feel sorry for you when the government can’t provide the services like education, unemployment, and social security that it provided your parents.

If you voted for George W. Bush and are one of the 821,000 people to have lost his or her job during the first four years of President Bush, I won’t feel sorry for you as as you continue to collect unemployment.

If you voted for George W. Bush and find nuclear waste buried in a nearby mountain or pollution in the lake you and your boys fish in I won’t feel sorry for you when children come down with leukemia.

If you voted for George W. Bush and your children are stuck in a lousy school system— that’s right, I’m talking to you, southerners— I won’t feel sorry for you when you have to pay for private school or watch your kids get an inferior education.

If you voted for George W. Bush and can’t afford electricity— or suffer an electric company-induced brownout, I won’t feel sorry for you when your PlayStation 2 doesn’t work, your food goes bad from your non-working refrigerator, or you get hospitalized from heat stroke.

If you voted for George W. Bush and can’t find a flu shot, I won’t feel sorry for you when you can’t breathe, have a temperature of 103 degrees, can’t swallow, are saturated with mucus, ache all over, aren’t eating, and are coughing up a lung.

If you voted for George W. Bush and can’t afford health care coverage, I won’t feel sorry for you when you get sick —and then sicker — because you can’t afford treatment.

If you voted for George W. Bush and can’t afford U.S. prescription drug prices, I won’t feel sorry for you when you get sick and have to decide on buying groceries or medicine.

If you voted for George W. Bush and your son or daughter can’t afford to go to college, I won’t feel sorry for you when he or she remains uneducated and is unable to reach his or her full potential.

If you voted for George W. Bush and pay 30 years of social security taxes and end up with nothing coming back to you in your retirement, I won’t feel sorry for you when you have to lose your dignity and ask your children for a few bucks to get your groceries.

3:01 PM  
Blogger bkm said...

You know...most of that stuff you talk about are things that people should be PROVIDING FOR THEMSELVES instead of waiting for a handout from Uncle Sugar. How about HARD WORK for a change? Get off your fat, lazy ass, put down the bong and make something of yourself instead of blaming George Bush for all your f@#* ups!

3:09 PM  
Blogger Vancouver Andy said...

BKM- For the past year and one-half, I have been going insane trying to communicate reality and the truth to all of the Bush bashers, and liberal high brows.

Thanks to you and my fellow thinkers, I know that it was not in vein, and that I am not the one that was insane.

It was people in the minority just like Anonymous.
Go GW.

6:30 PM  
Blogger Matthew said...

I, too, am glad that Kerry had the brains to throw in the towel when he did. I really do give him credit. It is probably the most decent thing that I've seen him do.

The Anonymous butthead who posted the first comment above expresses the same old divisive fear mongering that liberals have always employed. Get over it, and move on!!

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