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Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message  By Anonymous on Saturday, October 9, 2004 - 12:52 pm:

Kerry's NOT Ready to Serve
This post is meant for those who are independent minded or leaning Kerry but not convinced. I am a Bush supporter and would like to point out some facts about Kerry.

Over Kerry’s 20+ career as a Senator:

He voted against a $200 billion package that financed the Iraq war, the war in Afghanistan, and the war on terrorism. This package also included financing for much of the equipment that our soldiers need including body armor and armor for Humvees. This was done after voting to give Bush the authority to go to war with Iraq.

In addition, before the vote to finance the war on terrorism, Kerry mentioned that it would be irresponsible to vote against this package. Kerry then proceeded to vote against this bill. In fact, Kerry has even slammed Bush for not having the much needed body armor and armor for our vehicles after voting against the financing for these items. Vice-President Cheney also mentioned that Kerry and Edwards may have voted against the financing measure because they were both lagging in the polls behind Howard Dean at the time.

He has made many statements that ‘we can do better’ or ‘we have a better plan’ in the first debate and during stump speeches. However, other than saying he would build a coalition by having a summit, his plan’s are much the same as President Bush’s. Some of these potential coalition partners have already declared that under no circumstances would they send troops to Iraq. So this proposed summit seems like it would bear no fruit.

He has made statements and switched positions on numerous occasions on the Iraq War that have been politically expedient at that time. He has even made contradictory statements within the same speech on several occasions.

He made statements to Congress in 1971 that many kinds of war crimes were committed by our soldiers in Vietnam. He made it seem like this was the norm rather than the exception. He visited with North Vietnamese leaders in Paris on either two or three occasions while we were at war with Vietnam. He also voted against the first Gulf War and financing the war on terror. That coupled with estimates that Kerry will get only appoximately 30% of the vote from people in the Armed Services leads me to one question: Will Kerry be respected as Commander-in-Chief by military leaders and the common service man? With respect to everything he has done, will this be considered an affront to them?

He proposed legislation that would reduce Intelligence spending by $6-7 billion after the first World Trade center bombings.

He voted against the first Gulf War even though this would have met his criteria of a ‘global test’.

He has never written a major piece of legislation passed into law. Many Senators considered to have any gravitas whatsoever have written at least one piece of major legislation during their tenure. After twenty plus years, wouldn’t you think that Kerry would have had something passed into law by now?

As a member of the Senate intelligence committee, he’s missed 76% of open Senate meetings and it’s unknown what his attendance is of closed meetings because he hasn’t permitted those records to be released.

He was on the wrong side of the armaments expansion during the cold war when Reagan was in office. This expansion caused the Soviet Union to go bankrupt trying to keep up.

He selected John Edwards as his running mate. John Edwards is in the process of completing his first term as a Senator. If elected, Edwards would be one of the least experienced (if not the least experienced) Vice-Presidents in U.S. history. Edward’s attendance record in the Senate is just as bad if not worse than Senator Kerry’s record.

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Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message  By Anonymous on Saturday, October 9, 2004 - 12:53 pm:

Kerry On Iraq Documentary Updated!

A site that features an updated Kerry On Iraq documentary. During the first debate Senator Kerry proposed a "global test" and said his position on Iraq was "clear."

Click on the site below to watch documentary so you understand what "clear" means. Be sure to forward this message to your friends so they too are clear on Sen. Kerry's position.

http://www.kerryoniraq.com/


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message  By Anonymous on Saturday, October 9, 2004 - 12:58 pm:

Fight the Spin--Spread the Truth!

You Can Run, But You Can't Hide

President Bush won a decisive victory ON Friday's Night Debat. Here's a quote from President Bush on John Kerry's record from tonight that will be remembered for the rest of this campaign, and beyond:

"He's got a record. He's been there for 20 years. You can run, but you can't hide."

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President Bush has laid out a clear plan for the next four years. In his plan he promised to build on the accomplishments of his first term by building a safer world and more hopeful America for our workers, families, and children. Read the President's plan here.

http://www.georgewbush.com/DebateFacts


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message  By Anonymous on Monday, October 11, 2004 - 02:49 am:

WEATHER ALERT
(contributed by Freeman Sawyer)

The National Weather Service has issued a warning for yet another catastrophic hurricane following on the heels of Ivan and Jeanne. The path of this hurricane zigs and zags, and is therefore highly
unpredictable. Experts predict that this one will cause the most damage to the United States that we have experienced in four years. They are
naming this one Hurricane Kerry. Be advised, the only way for citizens to protect themselves is by hiding behind a Bush.


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message  By Anonymous on Wednesday, October 13, 2004 - 04:13 am:

Top Stories - washingtonpost.com

Lifelong Collector of Data Can Bog Down His Staffs

Wed Oct 13, 1:00 AM ET Top Stories - washingtonpost.com


By Dale Russakoff and Jim VandeHei, Washington Post Staff Writers

Until his presidential campaign, the biggest enterprise Sen. John F. Kerry (news, bio, voting record) (D-Mass.) had run was a county district attorney's office in Massachusetts with 90 lawyers in the late 1970s. By all accounts, Kerry was a skilled manager, running the office for an old-line district attorney and swiftly transforming a sleepy, nepotistic organization of part-time prosecutors into one of the most high-powered and innovative in the northeast.

"I saw for the first time John's ability to take in huge amounts of information, reach out to experts, set a course and lead," said J. William Codinha, who succeeded Kerry in the Middlesex County district attorney's office and now heads the litigation department at Nixon Peabody in Boston.


Almost 25 years later, Kerry brought the same voracious appetite for information to his presidential campaign. He has three dozen domestic policy councils, two dozen foreign policy groups, an expanding corps of consultants, and many informal advisers he calls -- about 15 per night -- before going to bed.


But rather than "set a course and lead," as Codinha described, Kerry has lurched from course to course, periodically switching drivers and road maps -- and messages -- as he reacts to more and more information and advice. "His strength is that he listens," said a regular recipient of Kerry's late-night phone calls. "The problem is he's listening to too many people."


This is the paradox of Kerry as a manager. When he has a clear vision of where he wants to go -- as he did in the prosecutor's office and in the signal achievement of his Senate career, investigating long-standing allegations that the Vietnamese had been holding American POWs and laying the groundwork for normalizing U.S. relations with Vietnam -- he has used information and advice to become more focused and persuasive, according to colleagues and longtime aides.


But in his presidential race, the approach has bogged down his campaign in indecision or led to jarring changes in direction -- even if the result, so far, is that Kerry remains in contention with President Bush (news - web sites). "Things you thought you resolved a week ago pop up again because he's had another four conversations," a former adviser said.


Kerry's mixed record as a manager is significant because, if elected, he would be the first president since John F. Kennedy to arrive at the White House from the Senate, with no major executive experience. Four of the past five presidents were governors, with long records of calling the shots. In Kerry's case, the strongest clues to how he would manage come from recurring themes in the way he has tackled being a prosecutor, a lieutenant governor, a senator and now a presidential candidate.


If Bush, a business school graduate, governs with a top-down, corporate style, Kerry's information-intensive model seems to spring from his days as a champion debater in high school and college. Before setting a course of action, he regularly engages aides and friends in long discussion and argument, often playing devil's advocate to probe for weaknesses and, if he finds them, insisting on more information until he believes he can argue all options equally well.


It is an approach that wears down even loyal lieutenants, particularly when choices seem obvious, but one they say is built into the way Kerry operates.


"Understanding each side from the other side -- that plus his legal training as a litigator is his intellectual framework," said Paul Nace, a friend for more than 30 years. "It's simple to have gut reactions; it's more challenging to submit your gut reactions to the rigor of intellectual debate. If the president had submitted his gut reactions to intellectual debate, the nation would have been better served."


Indeed, Kerry and Bush have almost diametrically opposing management styles, and Kerry aides often defend their candidate by pointing out that Bush has the reverse approach -- and that, in their view, it has not worked. For example, the Bush White House has clear lines of authority, with a small circle of deputies controlling access and the flow of information to the president. A Kerry organizational chart, by contrast, would have a thicket of pipelines and back channels to the top from throughout the enterprise -- and from many friends and advisers far outside it.


Whatever the price in efficiency and discipline, the Democrat's aides insist that a President Kerry would not have been dependent on a few deputies, as was Bush, for information -- which turned out to be faulty -- on Iraq (news - web sites)'s weapons or the military force needed during and after the war. Nor, they say, would he have been as passive as Bush in response to a briefing memo on Aug. 6, 2001, titled, "Bin Ladin Determined to Strike in US."


Bush has said he did not demand follow-up on the memo or its mention of 70 active al Qaeda-related investigations by the FBI (news - web sites) because: "Had they found something, I'm confident they would have reported back to me. That's the way the system works."


Frances Zwenig, who served as chief of staff in Kerry's Senate office, said: "That memo would've been the beginning of the inquiry in John Kerry (news - web sites)'s world, not the end of it. It would've been, 'What are they finding? I need to know now.' Sometimes it would make you very uncomfortable as a staffer because you'd try to anticipate all the questions and you'd give John your memo, and he had 20 more and you had to do more work, but that is how you see around corners and that is what I want in an executive."


Kerry has a history of drilling into small matters, as well. In 1996, when he and his Republican opponent for U.S. Senate, then-Massachusetts Gov. William F. Weld, agreed to limit spending on advertising, and lawyers presented them with a draft agreement, "Weld decided to sign in an hour," said Chris Gregory, Kerry's political director at the time. "Two weeks later, Kerry is still finding problems: 'This word is wrong. They dropped a comma. We can't sign this.' " Ultimately, he signed. He also won the election.


Kerry's aversion to top-down management was clear almost 30 years ago when an ailing John Droney, district attorney of Middlesex County, Mass., tapped him to run the office as first assistant. With momentum building nationwide for criminal justice reform, Kerry and a team of fellow young prosecutors set about transforming an office whose case-management system consisted of a box of index cards and whose trial lawyers worked part time, often defending accused criminals in their off hours.


"I never felt he was my boss. That wasn't at all the impression he gave," said Codinha, whom Kerry named head of the criminal division. Codinha said he and other division chiefs built and ran their teams with autonomy. "He had weekly management meetings, 10 or more of us, and it was always collegial. A lot of us had more experience than he did, and he wanted ideas: What's going to make the biggest difference?"




The relentless questioner was also there from the beginning. "John wanted so much information, it would annoy people who had an agenda for where to go," Codinha said. "They'd give him three proposals, and he'd want 25 or 50 before he made a decision."

But no one called him indecisive. Within a year, the part-time prosecutors all went full time or left, and new divisions were opened in organized crime, victim-witness support and priority prosecution for repeat felons.

"I've asked myself why," said another senior member of Kerry's team, remarking on the contrast between Kerry's clear direction as prosecutor and his indecisiveness and second-guessing as a candidate. "One difference is that everything we did was popular. We got nothing but great press," said the lawyer, who asked not to be identified. "There was real consensus this was needed."

Another recurring theme in Kerry's executive style is that he almost always believes consensus is possible if he knows enough about an issue and the concerns of all those affected. "He thinks he wins because he knows the most," said a longtime friend and aide. Indeed, his legislative achievements -- in such areas as acid-rain control, fisheries protection and foreign policy -- have resulted largely from patient behind-the-scenes diplomacy with members of both parties, and with little public controversy.

Perhaps the strongest case for Kerry's fact-finding and consensus-building was his work to normalize U.S. relations with Vietnam in the 1990s. It began when Kerry agreed to lead a voluminous congressional investigation into the fate of more than 2,200 Americans missing since the Vietnam War -- an effort his advisers unanimously warned him against, calling it a quagmire. But Zwenig, chief of staff to the select committee, said Kerry "had a point of view and sense of mission from the beginning. He trusted his gut and he trusted his head."

The panel took more than 200 depositions, questioning every living secretary of state, secretary of defense, national security adviser and chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff who had served since the Vietnam War began, said Codinha, who was the committee's chief counsel. They traveled to Vietnam, Laos and Russia, questioning officials, searching prisons and combing through records.

Anguished families packed every hearing. Kerry, other Democrats and Sen. John McCain (news, bio, voting record) (R-Ariz.) concluded no Americans remained in captivity; panel vice chairman Robert Smith (N.H.) and some other Republicans insisted there were too many unanswered questions. Codinha remembered seeing no hope of consensus.

"I remember taking a break at noon one day near the end, and saying to John: We'll never persuade these guys," Codinha said. "And he said, {grv}'We're gonna persuade them because we're right on this, and the evidence is there.' "

McCain said Kerry walked the committee through the evidence like a courtroom lawyer, ultimately winning unanimous approval for the conclusion, "There is, at this time, no compelling evidence that proves that any American remains alive in captivity in Southeast Asia." That consensus removed the biggest roadblock to U.S. reconciliation with Vietnam, which came about after two more years of work behind the scenes by Kerry and McCain.

"It wouldn't have happened without his very hard and active work," McCain said.

Kerry's presidential campaign is a study in how his management style works when his direction is unclear or changing with events: in a word, chaotically.

While Bush has kept the same campaign team and, despite shifting public opinion, the same message from the beginning -- as he did in 2000 -- Kerry is now on his third management team.

After multiple shifts, the campaign has few top managers who are close to Kerry. That, along with Kerry's habit of running ideas by dozens of friends and informal advisers, means that some of the most influential people in the Kerry campaign are actually outside it.

"He's never going to be someone who wants a Karl Rove pulling all the strings," said David Wade, a spokesman and longtime aide who travels with Kerry. "He wants a strong team of feisty, independent people who push and challenge and who he can push and challenge right back."

While Kerry is unusually attentive to words -- what to say and how and when to say it on Iraq, the economy and other issues -- aides say he is surprisingly uninvolved in strategic decisions that most politicians monitor with a passion, such as which states to target, which ads to run, even the exact content of ads that will shape his image for millions of Americans.

"He's not a micromanager," said Tad Devine, one of a team of officials making these decisions. "He does not have much of an appetite" for the mechanics of strategy.

In the primary campaign, Kerry sank from front-runner to an asterisk before replacing Jim Jordan. Similarly, amid urgent warnings from former president Bill Clinton (news - web sites) and many others that Bush's attacks were drawing blood over the summer, Kerry stood by his chief strategist, Robert Shrum, and campaign manager, Mary Beth Cahill, until his poll numbers sank in August. This led to another shakeup, with Massachusetts strategist John Sasso and former Clinton aides Joe Lockhart and Michael McCurry joining the campaign, and Shrum and Cahill losing influence.

"When he has seen problems, he has addressed them," Cahill said.

In his Senate office as well, Kerry was known for not firing staff members who disappointed him. "He'd just stop relying on them, and they'd be marginalized, and it'd be the chief of staff's problem," a longtime aide said.

Kerry's staff was known for its policy expertise, and aides said one reason for the low turnover was that he gave them unusual freedom to grow. "Every day, I felt this was the most intellectually stimulating job I could have," said Jim Jones, Kerry's former policy director and now a vice president of the Children's Defense Fund.

If the organization sounds unwieldy, aides insist it is more streamlined than it looks, with small circles of trusted Kerry associates overseeing specific areas -- Senate chief of staff and close friend David McKean for policy and communications; longtime Kerry strategist Michael Whouley for political decisions.

"If he wins in November, the revisionist theory will be that he kept working until he got it right," a Kerry adviser said.

But Charles O. Jones, a Brookings Institution scholar on governance, said that despite Kerry's preference for information-based decisions, his campaign has given voters little reassurance that he would lead effectively in a world of uncertainty.

"The campaign structure and strategy either fail to offer evidence of how Kerry would govern or raise warning flags," Jones said. "Such a review by no means dooms a Kerry presidency. But he's put a heavy burden on the American people to decide how he would govern."

Staff researcher Lucy Shackelford contributed to this report.


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message  By Guest on Friday, October 15, 2004 - 08:56 pm:

Wow! Is this a Republican Web site?


Top of pagePrevious messageNext messageBottom of pageLink to this message  By Anonymous on Sunday, October 17, 2004 - 10:55 am:

Flag Officer Endorsements

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Springfield, IL

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Norfolk, VA

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Sumter, SC

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Arlington, VA

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Washington, DC

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Alexandria, VA

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Arlington, VA

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Vienna, VA

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Fairfax Station, VA

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Fairfax Station, VA

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Virginia Beach, VA

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La Jolla, CA

Andrew A Giordano Rear Admiral, USN (Ret.)
Palm Beach Gardens, FL

Harold G Glasgow Major General, USMC (Ret.)
Brentwood, TN

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Warner Robbins, GA

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Arlington, VA

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