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Reclaiming Our Voices
Friday, September 24, 2004
Undecided No More!
Mood:  not sure
Now Playing: "Carry On" Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young
Topic: The time to choose is now

LOCAL EVENTS!

Still Thinking? That's okay. We can help!

"Carry On"

Yes, we are biased, but we are also striving to be fact based.

What matters most to you?

Iraq? Terrorism? Economy? Freedom?

Who can handle it best?

Bush Hometown Paper Endorses Kerry

Why am I not surprised?

Culture of Distortion, Fear and Attack

Iraq WMD Threat Was Minimal! Bush Weapons Inspector Reports to Congress, Oct 6, 2004. (from the NY Times, Oct 6,2004)

Playing the nuclear card What did Condoleeza's staff know a year before she warned of a mushroom cloud?(from the NY Times Oct 3, 2004)

When speaking of the Viet Nam war with Tim Russert last winter, George W Bush said he "supported our government."

Interestingly, Mark Twain once said something like, "Patriotism is something you give your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it."

John Kerry loved his country enough to question its government in 1971. He questioned a failed war policy then, as he is doing now.

The Choice is Clear

Kerry - Edwards Plan for America

Kerry's Smarter War on Terrorism

Kerry's Plan for Iraq

Kerry Consistent on Iraq (No Flip Flop Zone)

Support Jeff Miller

Still not sure?

Top 20 Decisions that took us in the wrong direction

Bush Wrong for America? Why?

Steady leadership is a liability, when it is consistently in the wrong direction!

Kerry Plan versus Bush Record

People with glass houses shouldn't throw stones? Bush has a record of caving in to pressure, despite his claim to steady leadership.

Check out the Top 10 Flip Flops of George W. Bush

Moore Challenges Bush

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Iraqi Civilian Deaths



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Posted by pencandle at 9:55 PM EDT
Updated: Wednesday, October 6, 2004 10:23 PM EDT

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