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  • z4th90193 z4th90193 Mar 10, 2004 12:02 PM Flag

    Kerry and allies will smash Bush

    ...Kerry was traveling to Washington for meetings this week with former rivals Dean and Edwards, brimming with confidence that they would be available to assist in his campaign.

    Officials familiar with the discussions, speaking on condition of anonymity, said Dean was prepared to endorse Kerry, campaign for him and ask his own contributors to donate to the presumptive nominee. But that was contingent on the outcome of the meeting, and Kerry's willingness to help court the faction of Dean's supporters still skeptical of his commitment to reform, the officials said.

    If the meeting goes well, as expected, aides for Dean and Kerry would spend a week or so orchestrating an endorsement, the officials said.

    "Dean has been very clear he wants to be part of the team, he wants to help win," Kerry said. "John Edwards has been very clear he wants to be part of the team."

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    An alignment of Dean and Edwards with Kerry means a probable victory over Bush and no more putting this country through four more years of hell !

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    • langosta_fla, you're an ignorant fool and Bush apologist.

      BUSH IS A THE MOST FISCAL IRRESPONSIBLE PRES. EVER

      What is actually growing in America under the Bush admin: Poverty is growing , job losses are growing, health insurance costs are growing, and bankruptcies are growing. They are growing like there is no tomorrow. Of course, something else that is growing like an athlete on steroids is the $7 trillion national debt. All that spending like "drunken sailors" will saddle the nation's future generations with decades, perhaps centuries, of tax increases, low wages, and inflation.

      Bush has turned the biggest federal surplus into history's biggest deficit, which a nervous global banking community sees as a potential weapon of mass fiscal destruction. Bush has lost more jobs than Hoover. A top Bush advisor has called outsourcing "just a new way of doing international trade."

      Bush has achieved this economic disaster by simultaneously collapsing the dollar while gutting the industrial infrastructure and running up gargantuan trade deficits. Even GOP conservatives are petrified over a Bush Blowout that could make the 1930s seem a time of widespread prosperity. With Vice President Dick Cheney saying "deficits don't matter," the administration has introduced a form of
      "kamikaze economics" entirely new to the American presidency

      McCain endorsing Kerry speaks volumes about what he thinks of Bush and the "Asses of Evil" clowns i.e. Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, etc.

      March 9, 2004
      GALLUP NEWS SERVICE

      PRINCETON, NJ -- The latest CNN/USA Today/Gallup survey of American voters finds Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry leading President George W. Bush among registered voters 50% to 45%, and among likely voters by 52% to 44%.


      BUSH IS GONE IN NOV !!!

    • <<McCain endorsing Kerry speaks volumes about what he thinks of Bush >>

      You are a perfect idiot. McCain has been out campaigning for Bush and says that he will continue to campaign for him actively and vigorously.

      The poll numbers you site are completely meaningless. In situtations where an incumbent President is up for re-election the other party always shows favorably in the polls at this point because their candidates have been getting all the media attention in the primaries. Walter Mondale was ahead of Reagan in '84 Mike Dukakis was ahead of George Bush in '88n and Bob Dole ahead of Clinton in '96 at similar points. All of them lost big time.

      IMO this phenominon has to do with the fact that the President is a "lighting rod" for people's problems. When people f*ck up their lives they blame the president, so his poll numbers tend to decline the longer he is in office. But come election day when the people have to choose they evaluate the incumbent President fairly in comparison to the challenger. In that regard Kerry is not fit to shine Bush's shoes.


      Bush holds a 5 point lead over Kerry in Florida at this point. That lead can only grow as Bush starts to run campaign commercials in the state. Florida is a fairly cosmopolitan state and probably reflects the results that you will see elsewhere as election day nears.

    • And how do you come across if you call someone repuke or as minky said, moron?

    • You're dangerous to the national unity and security. You more or less discounted 40 percent of this nations population.

    • langosta_fla, you come across as a 'punk ass' Repuke ( my daddy used to say blah blah blah ) that I'm accustomed to pounding.

      So one more time for good measure...

      McCain endorsing Kerry speaks volumes about what he thinks of Bush and the "Asses of Evil" clowns i.e. Cheney, Rumsfeld, Wolfowitz, etc. which evidently are action figure heroes of yours.

      March 9, 2004
      GALLUP NEWS SERVICE

      PRINCETON, NJ -- The latest CNN/USA Today/Gallup survey of American voters finds Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry leading President George W. Bush among registered voters 50% to 45%, and among likely voters by 52% to 44%.

      Look for the numbers to improve for Kerry once Dean and Edwards are on board.

      Bush is gone in Nov thank goodness !!!!!

    • Oh, he has an opinion...one for each and every diverse audience.

    • That was well said. The Dems started the division the day after the election when they sent hundreds of lawyers to the courthouses in every Florida county to try to steal the election. The Dem lawyers sued to disqualify Republican-leaning votes from overseas military personell. Then they started the "hanging-chad" foolishness. My dad used to be an election judge and he said that "hanging chads" are NEVER counted in an election. Yet Gore's people tried to use them to skew the election.

      This foolishness was promoted by Florida's all Democrat State Supreme Court which had to be quashed by the U.S. Supreme Court in order to allow a fair count of the votes. Then the Dems started whining about how "Bush was SELECTED President."

      The Dems are just a bunch of g*dd*mn crybabies so far as I am concerned. They are divisive and dangerous to the national unity and security. They have no positive agenda and do nothing but whine all the time about how unfair they think life is. I am sure that most honest law-abiding fair-minded Americans who work hard to provide for their families feel the same way.

    • I've sent you a box of tissues too!

    • The Dead DR. writes "And who is Kerry to whine and complain about the Sept. 11 ads in Bush's campaign. He uses Vietnam ads for his campaign and many more families lost loved ones in Veitnam than on Sept. 11. "


      He served!!! That's why he can use them!

      9/11 happened on W's watch. He used it to (rightly, IMO) take out the Taliban, but he didn't even come close to finishing that job.

      Almost from day one, he immediatly started using 9/11 to take out Iraq. A country with a terrible dictator, but there are many of those. It is also a country with the worlds second largest oil reserve.

      For Bush to use 9/11 and state that it is his solid leadership that now makes Americans feel safe is a bunch of hogwash.

      WBF

    • Just wanted to let you know that I just heard the reporter who was present when the statement was made by Kerry's press man, David Wade, saying that Kerry's critics were the most lying and crooked people he knew. The mike was still on and Wade didn't know it when he spouted off. He hastened to inform those in the room that he wasn't referring to the president or the administration but to talk show hosts like Hannity, Limbaugh, etc. He neglected to point out that those talk show hosts are not funded by any particular party like the new liberal shows who, funded by the Dem. party, can't be very objective. Just wanted to straighten out to whom that comment was made.

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