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Discussion in 'Free-For-All Archives' started by Mark S, Oct 25, 2004.
I fear for our Country if Kerry gets elected President. Does anyone else feel the same?
I fear for the fiscal train wreck coming in this country regardless of whether President Bush or Senator Kerry is elected. Neither one of them is addressing the issues that are going to hit in just a few years when the baby boomers start retiring and drawing Social Security and Medicare.
I certainly don't look forward to the possibility of Kerry becoming president. I am also disappointed in what our President is doing in some areas. I wish he were stronger on abortion, although I am glad he does not have Kerry's stand. I am disappointed that he is not doing more for our troops in Iraq & Afghanistan, again I am glad he is not Kerry. I continue to be concerned about the globalist view of our president, while again I am glad he is not Kerry. I really don't know who will be our next president, the two options are not my first choice. I do believe God knows and I believe His will will utimately be done. We may get the leader we deserve, and that is a sobering thought.
I fear whats going to happen to our country if we don't stop killing babies and allowing homosexuals to flaunt their sin in public without reproof. America is right on the edge of judgment. The president that we elect is just an outward representation of the moral state of the country. We need to be on our knees praying for God to have mercy on this nation.
This is my thoughts, if we are living in the end times then God will allow Kerry as president, because Kerry will do everything to lead our country down the path of destruction, and do every thing to assist the anti-Christ into power, If we are not living in the end times then Bush will be re-elected for all the opposite reasons.
No, I think he'll be a fine president, even though he'll be inheriting a horrible mess. A lot will depend on the Congress as well.
I feel he would be horrific for our country and lead us into a dark time. I feel he is a Socialist. He supports many issues that are contrary to my Biblical values. He is very sinister in my opinion. What troubles me more than Kerry and his wife are “Christians” who support him! That is when some serious red flags go off for me.
The future of America is a stake with this Election and we can not afford to be silent or uninvolved.
Yes I agree with most here. What is most scary is what my Dr told me that KErry wants to do to healthcare, YIKES!! I go to the VA (Veteran's Administration) hospital, It can be a real nightmare to deal with. My Lung Dr told me that Kerry's health plan would make healthcare in the US like the VA healthcare System and it would be run by the IRS! You would have to give your tax return to the IRS and they would decide what healthcare plan you qualify for and what level of healthcare you get. That to me is beyond scary it is atrocious. We all know how screwed up the IRS is imagine the US healthcare system being run by the IRS.
OMG Mark S, Scary is not a strong enough word, when you look at it like that, but I'm reminded of a Kerry joke:
Kerry walks into a bar, and bar tender asks' "Why are you so long in the face?"
G. W. Bush and John Kerry somehow ended up at the same barbershop. As they sat there, each being worked on by a different barber, not a word was spoken. The barbers were even afraid to start a conversation, for fear it would turn to politics. As the barbers finished their shaves, the one who had Kerry in his chair reached for the after-shave. Kerry was quick to stop him saying, "No thanks, my wife Theresa will smell that and think I've been in a whorehouse," The second barber turned to Bush and said, "How about you?" Bush replied, "Go ahead; my wife doesn't know what the inside of a whorehouse smells like."
I fear four more years of Bush, because with the rubber stamp of the GOP congress and the cheering of the "Christian right", he will implment Kerry's liberal agenda far more effectively than Kerry could ever dream of.
You have got to be kidding P. Jim. Your logic is very interesting.
Bush nominates a record number of openly gay appointees
He imposes the largest and costliest new social program since LBJ (prescription drug boondoggle)
He imposes the two greatest increases in federal power since FDR ( patriot act and "no child left behind")
He says he favors abortion in cases of rape or incest.
Are you denying these are liberal things, or are you denying Bush did them?
You got something against the "Christian Right" too?
So Enoch, do you still think that Bush isn't more liberal then Clinton?
If so, how do you explain that he's done all those liberal things, that Clinton wouldn't do?