I have already indicated that in my small group of 10-12 all four of the moderates are going to vote for George W. Here is an early inkling of what might begin to happen nationally.
It appears that, in addition to myself and my moderate friends, there are non-partisans that find the following very dangerous:
- John Kerry voted against the First Gulf War.
A. I would like to ask, when was aggression more clearly worthy of a response than when Hussein invaded Kuwait?
B. I heard John Kerry recently slam the George W. Bush Administration “for not building a broad coalition.”
How much broader could the First Gulf War’s coalition have been? There were Arabs, Europeans, Americans, Australians, South Americans, and Asians. Kerry still voted against it.
- Kerry voted to authorize President George W. Bush’s use of military force for the Second Gulf War?
A. Please explain that to me? Against the First Gulf War, now he is for the Second Gulf War. Same Saddam Hussein. Same brutual dictator. Same methods and aims.
- Kerry said in West Virginia recently, “I actually voted for the 87 Billion Dollar reconstruction package before I voted against it.”
A. First of all, OH MY GOD!!!
B. Isn’t one of the international criticisms of the United States that we bomb without rebuilding?
In summary, this sort of record is extremely troubling. What are our allies to think about our resolve? How could they risk their political, economic, or military necks for this sort of President? The most frightening thought becomes: What would the terrorists and our other enemies think? If they could topple a Spanish Government, imagine what they would try to do to a Kerry Presidency?