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Shovin’ It

Posted by Rick · July 26th, 2004 · 1 Comment

There’s just no excuse for this.

It explains why this blog hasn’t written any pro-Kerry articles.

In the upcoming election, the American public — as has become the norm for the last few elections — is faced with what almost amounts to a choice between the antichrist and Satan when it comes to candidates for President of the United States.

A vote for Bush will pretty much mean the United States of America, founded in 1789 with a liberal — yep, read it, and a little history, and see for yourselves — Constitution is already dead. A vote for Kerry will mean that it’s just suffered a life-threatening wound.

Strong language? Perhaps. But that’s how it looks from where I sit.

Although it’s impossible for this to happen now — and I certainly am neither desirous nor capable of helping to bring it about — it makes it easier to understand why Thomas Jefferson, who wrote the Declaration of Independence, believed that a revolution was necessary every 20 years in order to keep government honest.

Categories: Politics-In-General


1 response so far ↓

  • 1 nick meyer // Jul 27, 2004 at 11:06 am

    Rick, I must agree there is no excuse for this type of behavior. As with Cheney and his remark on the Senate floor this is being played out worldwide for all to see our stupidity and we should be very ashamed. We as a United people need to get over the name calling and bashing, not condone those that want to continually practice this negativity. What really upsets me is the refusal of both these individuals to apoligize. Being in the limelight as both are, this is unacceptable. I see nothing in the near future but uncertainity and division in the greatest country in the world. This we can agree on no matter who holds the great office of the President Of These UNITED States.

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