Politics The Ticket by Jeffrey Miller February 12, 2004 written by Jeffrey Miller February 12, 2004 [Link via Sirman on the Mount][Created by Right Wing News] 4 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post V-Day next post Born Again! You may also like Bishop Burke continues to scare the media January 19, 2004 Of course he won't be held to the... May 9, 2007 Party of Death September 29, 2008 Catholic attorney draws on faith during nomination process August 11, 2004 Nancy Pelosi Patristic Scholar August 26, 2008 Putting politicians in a blender December 13, 2011 Who knew the President could be so funny? September 18, 2012 Results November 8, 2006 The Paulist Center April 25, 2004 Democrats form anti-abortion group August 24, 2003 4 comments Douglas February 13, 2004 - 1:15 am Aw, come on! Jane said they didn’t even shake hands. Who are you gonna believe? Reply Bubbles February 13, 2004 - 7:35 am Jeff, Please be aware that I retrieved that image from Right Wing News Thanks, Bubbles Reply cheney_usa February 13, 2004 - 5:34 pm Kerry went to Vietnam and served and based on his experience, he took politically unpopular and risky actions and positions. Bush did not go to Vietnam and got a cushy assignment and did not even fulfill his obligations, but took the safe political position of supporting the war but did nothing about it. Kerry’s position has been proven to be the correct choice. The sooner we got out of Vietnam, the fewer lives that were lost. Vietnam lost an estimated 1.4 million people during the war and showed no signs of giving in. And, I know they were evil Communists. Compare and contrast Bush and Kerry. Reply Jeff Miller February 13, 2004 - 5:44 pm No problem contrasting. Kerry supports the murder of the 40 million who have died in abortion. Kerry lied about his fellow soldiers and testified against them. Kerry voted against every major weapon system in use today. Kerry wanted to do away with the CIA. I myself am retired Navy and don’t want a commander in chief willing to lie about soldiers to help in his political ambitions. Bush served honorably in the National Guard regardless of the inept talking points of the Dimocratic left. Bush never came out against those who have served. Reply Leave a Reply to Bubbles Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.