The lesser of two evils...
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|Wed, 10-20-2004 - 5:08pm|
Debates don't mean much to me. The thing about the debates is that neither of them really says anything concrete or anything new, but Kerry says things in a way to make it sound like he does. He's a good debator. But if you listen hard, he's not saying much of anything. And we all know Bush doesn't have a way with words, so he sounded like the loser. Kerry's slick, he "plays" the people. Too slick. Reminds me too much of "Slick-Willy" (B. Clinton)--that fraud.
Kerry knows just what to say to get all the middle class, "regular" people to vote for him. Come on...he's a lawyer and his running mate is a trial lawyer! Our country is a mess because of lawyers. In theory, a good law maker should be a lawyer. But unfortunately greed and power are too intoxicating. Now he may not be a super debator, but at the very least, Bush is not a lawyer. That means much to me.
Kerry is also worth 1 to 3 BILLION dollars! (thanks to his wife. Before her, he was worth 4 million-still a lot)!! Do you really think he can relate to those middle-class, "regular" little-people without all that research that tells him what to say to 'em? He earns 20 million a year on interest alone! Kerry has two huge jet planes, his very own. Bush's family is wealthy, too, but no where near Kerry's level. Poor Bush has to borrow Air Force One planes. Maybe Kerry should give a little more of his cash for government programs rather than taxing me.
I feel Bush has values; he's religious. As important as campaigning is right now, Bush took last Sunday off; Kerry didn't.
Kerry says he's a politician that happens to be a Catholic. Shouldn't that be the other way around?
It's good to have a president who has some morals, not just some scammer who will say anything to get into office. I voted for Clinton, what a scumball! I won't make that kind of mistake again. I don't trust Kerry, he keeps saying he's for truth, that he's telling the truth all the time... but isn't that what liars do? I am definately leaning toward Bush--he's a politician too, so he's not perfect, but definately the lesser of two evils.