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March 25, 2004

Kerry wants my vote? Well ...

Until we start asking, and the candidates start answering, the right questions, I can't know which candidate of any party is worthy of my vote.

The questions start here:

http://www.thomaspmbarnett.com/weblog/archives/000032.html

Peace,

Critt

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Well Critt, I think you bring up the right point. But as a liberla and a democrat I can say I will vote for kerry. i think he is right onthe issues and he is far better than Bush on everything. As someone who is involved with campaigns all the time since I was 12, I can say right now that a vote for anyone else, and I mean anyone else is a vote for George Bush.

Look at the poll numbers, they do not lie. This could be even closer than 2000.

Vote Kerry!

Posted by: Joel at Mar 26, 2004 3:57:44 PM

Joel,

"he is right onthe issues and he is far better than Bush"

Ok, give me the URL to any issue where Candidate Kerry is right (or wrong), then let me offer a question to put in front of it.

(This may seem a little ass-backwards, but putting the cart before the horse seems to be the habit of American politicians.

Postscript: I'll take Candidate Bush issues also.

Posted by: Critt at Mar 28, 2004 8:44:07 AM

Bush really is a Nincompoop.

Posted by: John at Jul 27, 2004 1:56:31 PM

I don't have the URLs in front of me but Bush's speech prior to OIF given at NED when he talks about democracy and liberty being universal values that we will spread make him right on exporting security and promoting good rule set resets. Kerry has made it plain that he is going to tone down democratization in the arab world.

Bush also spoke out (I believe in the UK) about the need to turn our back on decades (I think he said 60 years) of realpolitik where we propped up dictators (another way to say Gap rulers) because they were our bastards. Kerry, as far as I know, isn't making that same sort of commitment.

Some things to consider:

A cabinet minister in Israel makes a statement that Israel is at war with Hamas and the diplomatic world erupts in condemnation, forcing Sharon's government to bow in obeisance to Westphalia's "only states may war and only with other states" principle. Tony Blair announces in a speech that it might be a good time to start working on the replacement to Westphalia and only nervous titters follow. George Bush, in declaring war on terrorist groups of global reach, has fully breached Westphalia and there is dead silence.

Ask why?
Ask what sort of limits the reason why puts on President Bush's ability to directly explain things to us.

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