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I don’t know about you, but I’ve had it up to six feet above my head with all the hypocrisy from the left (no, it isn’t actually killing me ;p)! They cry slander when John Kerry’s war record is simply questioned, but expect no reprisal when they go out and lie about Bush’s record as president, which except for a few very minor mistakes has been well and good. Anyone who pays attention to this shit knows the whole Swift Boat thing only seeks to distract people from John Kerry’s record as senator, which if you take a look at it, you’ll find that it is nothing extremely noteworthy, but definitely not something that you would want a good president to have. But that’s not what truly troubles me. His thinking the wealthy have to be taxed more in order to pay for programs government shouldn’t even be doing seems to slip under some people’s radar, because I don’t see them getting angry about it. But people should be angry about not having more of their own money to do as they see fit with it, not how an intrusive government would direct.
I’m stating this because I’m sure by now you’ve seen the latest poverty and health insurance numbers. Of course, the left, being the, ahem, clever strategists in their own little minds, are going to pin the blame Bush. Never mind the fact that the liberals in the Senate wouldn’t pass a health care package that could’ve helped more people, or that paring down the size of the tax cuts could’ve helped more people out of poverty. According to the liberals, they can do nothing wrong when it comes to helping people get out of poverty.
You see, the only way more people can get out of poverty is to create an environment where they can get jobs. And the only way to do that is to let the high wage earners keep more of their own money. The Robin Hood method of government the liberals embrace would only make things much worse. The president hasn’t embraced (nor should he) this method of taking from the rich to give to the poor. It would only cause more people to lose jobs, and therefore maybe slip into poverty. Kerry has publically said that he would embrace such a dastardly deed. Shouldn’t this tell you something?
Anyway, regardless of who you vote for, it is extremely imperative that you are registered by your state’s deadline (most of you 18 and older should be, and if not, what are you waiting for?), and then you must actually vote on November 2. This election cannot be passed up for reasons of apathy. The spirit of our great nation is at stake.