Tuesday, December 21, 2004

Where to find "Kerry for President 2008" gear!

I really get quite serious around here. I apologize if I do, but I guess I take all of this quite seriously.

Please join in this community and comment on and question and inform the readers who stop by this site from literally all around the globe!

By the way, I came across a website where you can purchase "Kerry for President 2008" gear. Things like tee-shirts and bumper stickers. Needless to say, I am not associated with that site. (I wonder if I should ask for a commission?)

Thanks again for visiting, we have a long four years ahead of us. But I believe strongly in everything that America is all about. That one person can make a difference and I intend to do my part to get Kerry in the White House in 2008!



Blogger nascarblue said...

I liked John Kerry and think he would make a great president. I know he's a good man for the job and it's absolutely ridiculous that he did not win. But the thing is, I have NO faith in much of the country. The majority of the mid-west and the south are just utterly clueless. And now the Republicans have made it acceptable to be openly arrogant and rascist with all these brash attack-dog t.v personalities like Limbaugh, Coulter, Hannity,Limbaugh, etc., it's given them a model to emulate. The Republicans played out their Northwoods/9-11 prefectly to enact a new form of McCarthyism. Their PNAC pet Barnett got his NWO vertical jolt. Just like he's been coaching the pentagon for years, saying that we needed "a vertical jolt like a bomb in Chicago" to gain the people's support and start global domination. (http://www.thomaspmbarnett.com) So if Kerry couldn't win against the worst president in our country's history, he surely won't win against McCain or Jeb.

Until they seriously take care of the all the voting problems, including the voting machines, disenfranchisement, etc., and force the media away from the right-wing control, I don't see Dems getting in for at least 8 years. That's how deep the corruption is entrenched.
I mean look at Clinton, can you imagine how much better he would 've been if he didn't have the republicans and the media stalking him all the time? They spent 40 million dollars to try him on a blow job! Bush has done at least 50 things way worse. Not to mention every single time he opens his mouth, he lies. Wasn't that what they chastised Clinton about? NOt the BJ but the one lie? Just this week, the ACLU released a memo that was signed from Bush encouraging the military to increase the severity of the torture! We all know he lied about that, he said it was just a few misguided soldiers and it was an "isolated incident".
Kerry would have spent most of his time keeping the same sleazy republican senators and congressmen off his back. we have the most corrupt government in our history, and you might not want to believe it, but if you compare the deaths we've caused, the lies that have been told, the weapons that have been made, the Whitehouse controlled corporate media, the Bush ties to corrupt dictatorship, the Saudi and Bin Laden connections, the control of the CIA and FBI, the governments we've overthrown (or attempted to overthrow) and/or bombed at the cost of 100's of thousands of lives in Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Chile, Nicaragua, Columbia, Yugoslavia, Spain, Valenzuela, Ukraine, Haiti, Mexico are just a few off the top of my head. We really are worse than Nazi Germany. They had the Reichstag Fire, and Bush/Cheney had 9-11. Which is worse? Since Bush sr. bombed Iraq in 1991, over a million Iraqi's have died because of the U.S. We've dropped 2.6 million times more radioactive nuclear waste on Iraq than was dropped on Nagasaki. That country is poisoned for a 1000 years with uranium. Have you seen all the photos of Bush sr.'s Highway of Death? Or all the babies born deformed from DU? Not to mention the 100k killed in the last 18 months. Sorry, I'm on a rant...but the point I'm trying to make, is if you look at how beautiful our country was in the 90's, this drove the republicans and the military insane. Until something really drastic happens that force the media to stop covering for the right, we're bound to stay in this hell. I, for one, would love to move out of the country.

10:16 AM  
Blogger BobsAdvice said...

Thanks for posting.
I too am discouraged about where things are going in this country. I believe that if we had been able to nominate John F. Kennedy himself, the Republicans would have smeared him and he might also have gone down to defeat. But the smear doesn't stick quite as well the second time around. Everyone has heard it already and it starts to sound silly.
I don't think there is anything wrong with John Kerry except that maybe his campaign was too civil or that he tried to take the high road.
I want him to run again in 2008.
He should run in every single state. With the media, an appearance in Texas is as or more important than a stop in Wisconsin. Too much strategizing and too much holding John back was the problem imho.

We will see a more direct Kerry in 2008. He is ready for the Presidency.


5:07 PM  
Blogger ocean_minded said...

Thanks for the link! It would be great to get a Kerry/2008 movement started right away.

2:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you from the bottom of my soul for this website. I am so tired of hearing the comment that most of us who voted for John Kerry were just voting "anti-bush". As if we would have wasted our precious time and effort to stand in line just to cast a vote "against" some one. That's what George W. Bush would like to think (we are not as shallow as the majority of his supporters). I stood in line and campaigned for John Kerry because I was deeply convicted that he was so obviously the brilliant, compassionate man (and I believe he is sincere) that we needed to take the helm of our great country. I have never fought for any particular cause in my 45 years of life, but I will do anything I can to see that he is given that opportunity.

9:26 PM  
Blogger BobsAdvice said...

Thank you for your words of encouragement. I am writing because I honestly believe the wrong guy won. It has happened before because of voting irregularities. Does the word "Ukraine" mean anything to you?

I believe that the Reverend Martin Luther King was write when he sang "We shall overcome." Someday is sooner than we realize and meanwhile, time to raise awareness, continue the struggle, and work hard for justice and equity in America.


1:40 AM  

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