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He's just another pol. for heaven's sake
He's not the Second Coming, but neither is he the Anti-Christ. The trouble with the Right these days is that they're so overwhelmed by the Fundamentalists that they see everything in religious terms.
You keep talking about George Bush as if he's the Lord's anointed and that it is sacrilege if not treason to question him or his record or his Military service. Conversely Kerry is the Devil incarnate.
Get some Perspective.
Yours fading into the distance
Re: He's just another pol. for heaven's sake
but he signed to release his records why wont kerry get off your your trck ask why now stop hideing ask why ask now please find out why kerry wont reveal the truth its out there
Getting Perspective would help both sides of the debate
For somebody who nominally is still learning about the issues, you seem to have strongly held antipathy toward Republicans.
The trouble with the Right these days is that they're so overwhelmed by the Fundamentalists that they see everything in religious terms.
That's nonsense. The "Religious Right" does have some power in the Republican party, but it hardly dominates the party. More to the point, it is not at all clear that the take-no-prisoners style of political campaigning is the exclusive province of either party.
IIRC, it was the Democratic radicals of the 60s who made such a point of not compromising with "the system".
There are uncompromising, unforgiving radicals on both sides of the question. Neither Kerry nor Bush is Anti-Christ. Neither is an angel. Radicals on both sides have always wanted to view political battles in religious or apocalyptic terms but there is rarely any good basis for that approach.
IMO, Kerry and Bush are both mediocre leaders who happen to have risen to prominence. There are open questions about various "youthful indiscretions" in the past for each of them.
(NT)Kerryz hiding in plain sight. Follow the moose droppings
its a shame they want a disgrace like kerry to be
a leader couldnt lead a boy scout troop or a glee club
(NT)Scout Ldr Kerry'd ditch the scouts 1/3 way thru the hike
Re: what is he hideing?
I agree mark, it's the big "what if" question at hand. You can bet that that the DNC/Kerry would not let President Bush get away with such an act. However, I compliment Bush in that he's refused to question the loyalty of military service/undisclosed service records of Mr. Kerry. It's been a down and dirty campaign, but Bush has acted honorably in the political sense, IMO.
Bush has been more than generous to that deceitful person. He obviously doesn't want to sink to Kerry's depths.