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I seem to remember some laughter about a Crawford paper...

by Edward ODaniel / October 25, 2004 10:20 AM PDT

and its endorsement of Kerry.

Personally, considering relative sizes and population density of Liberals I find this much more telling:

"It's about national security, and whether President George W. Bush or Sen. John F. Kerry can provide the leadership to safeguard America from terrorism. ... When it comes to the war on terror, President Bush means to keep our military strong and our country secure. John Kerry, on the other hand, has all the attributes of the shape of water when it comes to telling us what he believes and what he'd do for America. Like incoming and outgoing tides, Kerry is content to go with the flow. ... We in Massachusetts know John Kerry. In his 20 years in the U.S. Senate, Kerry [has had an] uninspiring legislative record. He's been inconsistent on major issues. First he's for the 1991 Persian Gulf War, then he opposes it. First he's for the war in Iraq, then he's against it. First he's for a strong U.S. defense, then he votes against military weapons programs. First he's for the U.S. Patriot Act, then he opposes it. Kerry's solution to stop terrorism? He'd go to the UN and build a consensus. How naive. France's Jacques Chirac, Germany's Gerhard Schroeder, UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and other Iraq oil-for-food scam artists don't want America to succeed. They want us brought down to their level. And more and more, Kerry sounds just like them. In a recent campaign speech, Kerry said America was in the wrong war, in the wrong place, at the wrong time. No doubt John Kerry sincerely wants to serve his country, but we believe he's the wrong man, in the wrong place, at the wrong time." -- The Lowell Sun, John Kerry's hometown newspaper, adds its endorsement of President Bush

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