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    [b]Lowell Sun Endorsement: George W. Bush for president

    Sunday, October 03, 2004 -

    It's about national security. [/b]

    That's the key issue on the minds of Americans planning to vote in the Nov. 2 presidential election.

    They must decide whether Republican President George W. Bush or Sen. John F. Kerry, a Democrat, can provide the leadership to safeguard America from foreign terrorism.

    Americans aren't fools. They know that without safe cities and towns, America will lose its greatness. Our cherished freedoms and sacred liberties will be diminished, along with our opportunities for economic prosperity and our basic pursuit of happiness.

    Our children and their children will live vastly different lives if we fail to guarantee a future free of turmoil.

    Islamic extremists, both here and abroad, have one purpose: To destroy America and halt the spread of democracy and religious tolerance around the globe.

    They'd like to be plotting in our streets right now. They'd like to be sowing murder and mayhem with suicide bombers and hostage-takings, and spreading fear in the heartland and everywhere else. They'd like to be wearing us down and bringing our nation to its knees.

    Since the devastating terror attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, one American leader has maintained an unbending resolve to protect our homeland and interest against Islamic savages and those foreign governments appeasing them.

    That leader is President Bush.

    While out-of-touch U.S. politicians and world leaders have attacked President Bush's tactics, they can't question his steely commitment to keep America safe.

    In the ashes of ground zero, where nearly 3,000 innocent Americans perished, President Bush vowed to find the perpetrators, in domestic cells and distant lands, and bring them to justice. He said he will do all that is humanly possible and necessary to make certain that terrorists never strike again on U.S. soil.

    Can anyone deny that President Bush has not delivered? America the terrorists' No. 1 target has recovered from its tragic wounds and rebounded. It remains safe to this day.

    What might a lesser leader have done, faced with the daunting task of deciding America's course against withering, partisan attacks from Democrats media propagandists, disingenuous U.N. officials and disloyal White House operatives selling their souls for profit during a time of war?

    A lesser leader might have caved in. President Bush has stood his ground.

    In this year's election, the question isn't whether we are safer now than we were four years ago. We already know the answer. Sure we are and that's because of President Bush. The critical question is: Four years from now, will America be safer than it is today?

    In our book, Americans have to place their trust in President Bush. He's proven to be as sturdy as a mighty oak when it comes to saying what he means meaning what he says and acting decisively.

    When it comes to the war on terror, President Bush means to keep our military strong and our country secure.

    John Kerry, on the other hand, has all the attributes of the shape of water when it comes to telling us what he believes and what he'd do for America. Like incoming and outgoing tides, Kerry is content to go with the flow. In a dangerous world infested with sharks, Kerry would be chum at America's expense.

    We in Massachusetts know John Kerry. He got his first taste of politics 32 years ago in the cities and towns of Greater Lowell.

    In his 20 years in the U.S. Senate, Kerry, a Navy war hero, hasn't risen above the rank of seaman for his uninspiring legislative record. He's been inconsistent on major issues. First he's for the 1991 Persian Gulf War, then he opposes it. First he's for the war in Iraq, then he's against it. First he's for a strong U.S. defense, then he votes against military weapons programs. First he's for the U.S. Patriot Act, then he opposes it.

    Kerry's solution to stop terrorism? He'd go to the U.N. and build a consensus. How naive. France's Jacques Chirac, Germany's Gerhard Schroeder, U.N. Secretary General Kofi Annan and other Iraq oil-for-food scam artists don't want America to succeed. They want us brought down to their level. And more and more, Kerry sounds just like them. In a recent campaign speech, Kerry said America was in the wrong war, in the wrong place, at the wrong time.

    No doubt John Kerry sincerely wants to serve his country, but we believe he's the wrong man, in the wrong place, at the wrong time.

    Americans should think back three years ago to the smoldering ruins of the World Trade Center. There among the mist lay the images and memories of fallen firefighters, police, a Catholic chaplain and ordinary working citizens moms, dads, sons, daughters.

    President Bush, through heartfelt tears, told us never to forget the twisted carnage and the massacre of the innocents. Yet some of us are forgetting.

    President Bush told us the attacks must never happen again. Yet some of us are wavering because of the brave sacrifice of soldiers that our nation's security demands.

    Well, President Bush hasn't forgotten. Nor has he lost the courage and conviction to do what is right for America.

    We know if there is one thing the enemy fears above all else, it is that George Bush's iron will is stronger than his iron won't.

    The Sun proudly endorses the re-election of President George W. Bush.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by Come Back to NY[/i]@Oct 13 2004, 03:24 PM
    [b]....Kerry sincerely wants to serve his country, but we believe he's the wrong man, in the wrong place, at the wrong time.

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    Bush's hometown Crawford, Texas' newspaper is endorsing John kerry.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by doug4jets[/i]@Oct 13 2004, 09:44 PM
    [b] Bush's hometown Crawford, Texas' newspaper is endorsing John kerry. [/b][/quote]
    Ever look at that website for the "Lone Star Iconoclast"...

    [url=]The Lone Star Iconoclast[/url]

    Anyway, it's laughable.

    The Lone Star (which the publisher / editor is indeed endorsing Kerry) has a circulation of a whopping 425. By the way... its a weekly.

    The Lowell Sun in Mass (which indeed edorsed Bush) has a circulation of more than 50,000. Oh yeah... its a daily.

    Although both endorsements are likely a moot point as both townships are firmly in their residents candidates corner despite what some editor claims to be an endorsement.

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    Bush Red: Bush seems to have wrapped up 21 states with 176 electoral votes. Not surprisingly, most of these states spread through Dixie and up into the upper Midwest and mountain states.

    Kerry Blue: Kerry seems to have insurmountable leads in 10 states and the District of Columbia, worth a combined 153 electoral votes. More than half of Kerry's solid votes come from just California and New York. The remainder of the Kerry states come from the northeast corridor, except for Hawaii and Illinois.

    Looking only at the states solidly in one camp or another gives the impression of a rather tight electoral-college battle. However, the race in the paler states demonstrates Bush's significant advantage.

    Bush Pink: Bush seems likely to win another 8 states worth 88 electoral votes.

    Kerry Powder Blue: Kerry is poised to win 5 more states worth 67 electoral votes, including the essential states of Pennsylvania and Michigan.

    Toss-up Yellow: Six states are toss-ups and represent 53 electoral-college votes. Additionally, this year Maine's rural 2nd congressional district seems to be up for grabs. Maine has never split its electoral-college votes but this year it seems possible that Bush could win the district but lose the state to Kerry.

    In the states that are clearly leaning one way or another, Bush is ahead 264 electoral votes to 221 for John Kerry. That means that as of right now, if he holds his leads in red and pink states, Bush only needs six electoral votes from the yellow states that have not yet made up their minds. That means Bush can actually do what many have thought impossible for a Republican — win without Ohio. Bush could win New Hampshire, which he won in 2000 and New Mexico, which he only lost by 366 votes in 2000 and win the presidency with 273 electoral votes. If he wins Ohio, he can win the presidency handily without taking any other of the Yellow toss-up states. Indeed, if Bush wins Ohio's 20 electoral votes, which I assume in the end he will, he can afford to lose up to 14 of the electoral votes now showing pink and leaning his way.

    Kerry's road to the presidency is much more difficult. Starting from a base of only 220 electors, he has to win almost all the yellow toss-up states while holding all those leaning his way today. In fact, as things stand now, the only yellow state he can afford to lose is New Hampshire, which would give him exactly the 270 needed to win. Kerry has almost no room for error. Unless he can cut into the states leaning Bush's way, he has to run the table in every toss-up state except the Granite State. If he loses Ohio, which is likely, he would have to find 17-20 electoral votes from the pink states leaning Bush. He can do it, but a strategy for Kerry to win without Ohio could almost only come about by pulling off a victory in that state we remember so well from 2000 — Florida.

    Even after his poor debate performance, the electoral map tilts Bush's way with Kerry still trying to firm up the Gore states of 2000 so he can move aggressively to take the battle to Bush on his home turf. Rather than the national polls, follow the yellow-state road to the White House in 2004.

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    [quote][i]Originally posted by doug4jets[/i]@Oct 13 2004, 09:44 PM
    [b] Bush's hometown Crawford, Texas' newspaper is endorsing John kerry. [/b][/quote]
    Yup, that Crawford newspaper must be something. It's not even listed in the online Yellow Pages!! But the Thrifty Nickel is. :lol:

    BTW, the New York Times ran the story about the endorsement of John Kerry by that Crawford paper on Page One, of all places, so why didn't the Times raise such a fuss when Kerry's much larger former hometown daily, the Lowell (Mass.) Sun, endorsed President Bush's re-election? Can anyone say "biased?"


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