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Here is an example of their newsletter I get everyday in my e-mail. They have some great articles for the Conservative minded.



Top of the fold -- On the trail of nuclear terror -- Part One

(This is the first of a two-part commentary on how the CIA scooped the nuclear WMD black market.)


"Your successes are unheralded -- your failures are trumpeted." --John F. Kennedy to CIA intelligence professionals in 1961.


The CIA has, once again, become the favorite political whipping boy of the Left -- its "failures trumpeted" primarily by Senator Ted Kennedy, the derelict younger brother to John Kennedy. Though Kennedy the lesser had aspirations to follow in his big brother's footsteps to the White House, his ambitions could not overcome the death of a young intern, Mary Jo Kopechne, whom a drunken Teddy left to die in a car he drove into the water off Chappaquiddick Island.

Her tragic death, and the cover-up that followed notwithstanding, Kennedy has been re-elected perpetually as U.S. Senator from the People's Republic of Massachusetts. Now that his understudy, Senator John Kerry, is the front-runner for the national office Kennedy could never achieve, the blustering Senator has become Kerry's loudest supporter. One of Kennedy's prime objectives is to make the Bush administration look inept in matters of national security, particularly as it pertains to efforts to combat terrorism.

On the way to that objective, Kennedy has wasted no time assassinating the character and competence of the CIA.

"Where was the CIA director when the vice president was going nuclear about Saddam going nuclear?" Kennedy bellowed to the Council on Foreign Relations recently. "Did Tenet fail to convince the policy-makers to cool their overheated rhetoric? Did he even try to convince them?" But were the CIA's intelligence estimates wrong about the threat of nuclear WMD posed by the "Axis of Evil"?

In the last month, the nuclear WMD web between Pakistan, Libya, Iran and North Korea has been incrementally exposed. Despite Ted Kennedy's assertions about George Tenet's leadership, our analysts conclude that the CIA, much maligned by Kennedy, et al., for some intelligence failures regarding 9/11 and Operation Iraqi Freedom, succeeded in a high-stakes takeover of the nuclear black market in recent years and is responsible for exposing the perils of this nuclear web of terror -- a success that will likely remain unheralded beyond this column.

Last week, there were additional revelations about the nuclear WMD black-market connecting state-sponsors of international terror -- including Libya, Iran and North Korea. (Fortunately, the Iraqi element of this "Axis of Evil" has been neutralized.)

According to diplomatic sources, inspectors of the International Atomic Energy Agency on the ground in Iran found advanced uranium-enrichment equipment on an air force base outside Tehran (evidence Iran failed to conceal). Wednesday, inspectors announced their discovery of traces of highly enriched uranium at that location -- uranium of a purity used only in the manufacture of nuclear weapons. This latest discovery was of uranium refined to 90% of isotope 235.

"It's rather strange, don't you think, that the military gets involved in the electric-power-generating business?" queried one senior U.S. official, speaking anonymously, "or that they forgot to mention this before, when they were 'fully disclosing' all details of their program?"

Iran continues to deny the existence of a nuclear-weapons program, though when confronted with the IAEA's evidence, Iran's defense minister, Ali Shamkhani, for the first time admitted the military's production of gas centrifuges for uranium enrichment ... for energy applications only. (The only "energy application" for enriched U-235 is to power nuclear weapons.)

Nevertheless, Libya's recent disclosures and dismantlement of its WMD programs, coupled with Pakistan's cooperation involving their notorious nuke-peddling scientist, Abdul Qadeer Khan, are tightening the noose on Tehran, among others. Only last month, information was leaked that the IAEA had discovered plans for such centrifuge equipment. The designs reportedly match centrifuge plans recently disclosed by Libya, provided by the Pakistani nuclear black market under Khan. U.S. sources indicate that these plans were provided to Pakistan, in turn, by China. The IAEA has declined to comment.

An IAEA resolution on Libya, brokered by the U.S. and Britain and passed by the agency's board of governors Wednesday, praises Libya's WMD disarmament while calling on the agency to report that country's previous Nonproliferation Treaty breaches to the UN Security Council. The net effect of such a report, the senior U.S. official said, is to make it "very hard not at some point to address Iran's breaches by referring them to the Security Council. The trap is sprung," he concludes.

Only two days prior to the IAEA's Wednesday announcement, the U.S. was applying public pressure to the agency and European allies, urging a formal condemnation of Iran's nuclear activities. Most European states, including Great Britain, preferred a milder approach, not wishing to provoke Tehran into expelling UN inspectors. The agency's announcement of the discovery of traces of U-235 on illegal and undeclared centrifuge equipment -- found on an Iranian military facility -- appears to have been the compromise solution. Iran, it seems, isn't getting off the hook this time.

Given the dire significance of these events for U.S. national security -- and that of all free nations, the timing of President Bush's Proliferation Security Initiative, discussed in Federalist No. 04-06, was on the mark -- not by coincidence, but as the result of an excellent body of intelligence.

It is the considered opinion of our analysts that this week's revelations about Iran's efforts to develop nuclear weapons (and recent weeks' revelations about similar efforts in Libya and North Korea) were the direct result of a covert operation (which began years ago) to cultivate operatives in the nuclear black marketplace, and ultimately, control a substantial part of that market in an effort to track sellers and buyers.

Next week, part two of this series will detail our estimate on how the CIA (with the help of the NSA, DCI and FBI) developed and maintained this black-op, and the role of Pakistan's Abdul Qadeer Khan as its nuclear godfather.

In the meantime, suffice it to say that in the high-stakes game of nuclear chess between the U.S. and the Axis of Evil (and their surrogates like al-Qa'ida), the CIA remains several moves ahead of our adversaries. Despite all the rhetoric from the Left, you can sleep well knowing that a few hundred thousand of America's finest, and those of our Allies are in the heart of the Middle East, putting pressure on state sponsors of terrorist organizations to cut ties and come clean about their nuclear programs.

Quote of the week...

"There is a consensus among nations that proliferation cannot be tolerated. Yet, this consensus means little unless it is translated into action. Every civilized nation has a stake in preventing the spread of weapons of mass destruction. For international norms to be effective, they must be enforced." --President George Bush

On cross-examination...

"The greatest irony of the post-911 world is that so many Democrats hate the Bush Doctrine. Liberation, anti-proliferation, and nation-building are activist and liberal, not defensive and conservative. The perceived immorality of our actions may weigh heavily on their souls. But it's nothing compared to what we might have to face if our goal of limited war for democracy fails. If the Middle East gets nukes before it gets freedom, it will be extraordinarily difficult, if not impossible, to wage a war on liberal grounds. We'll be back where we were during the Cold War. The only difference is that the equation of Mutually Assured Destruction won't balance. Say what you will about the Communists. They did not want to martyr themselves to destroy us. If terrorists detonate a portable nuke in a Western city, what's left of the Terror War will be nasty, brutish, and short. The West's so-far limited response will instantly become total and, in effect, genocidal. Any and all WMD-producing states will be considered targets for a unilateral nuclear counterattack, starting with capital cities. The UN will not be consulted. Millions could die in a day." --Michael J. Totten

Open query...

"In the coming weeks and months, reporters ought to feel obliged to question the Democrat candidates closely on the implications that would flow specifically from their Iraq policy. It is not enough for them to say they would have done otherwise. They must explain how what they would start doing on Jan. 20, 2005, would make the country safer, not more dangerous. It is a deadly illusion for either the reporters or the candidates to think they have a capacity for choice on whether America must succeed at the Iraq venture. We are no longer mere spectators to the human butchery that has long plagued the world." --Tony Blankley


From the Bush campaign journal...


President Bush now has a genuine political target -- albeit a moving one, given John Kerry's ever-shifting positions. Yes, the Demos appear to have settled on another Massachusetts Leftist as their standard-bearer. The President recently poked fun at Kerry's "evolving" stances, quipping, "Kerry has been in Washington long enough to take both sides on just about every issue."

The Bush campaign's objectives this past week were to tag Kerry properly as having no fixed principles for governance, while reminding voters of the President's steady hand through difficult straits. Indeed, after last week's premeditated Leftist dustup over the Bush team's use of 9/11 imagery in its TV ads -- ads that tastefully and effectively cast the President as an effective leader in the war with Jihadistan -- the debate this week turned to economic and taxation issues. (Renewed Jihadi terrorism and possibly worsening economic conditions appear to be of roughly equal importance to voters.)

Closing the loop on the aforementioned TV ads: The non-profit, tax-exempt Peaceful Tomorrows organization -- the group representing the 120-or-so families of September 11 victims who are denouncing the ads -- has, to say the least, some dubious affiliations. One of these is with Moveon.org, the radical Leftist group whose major benefactor, George Soros, has likened the current administration to that of Nazi Germany. Peaceful Tomorrows is also an official project of the Leftist Tides Foundation, among whose chief financial backers is the Heinz Endowments, the foundation run by -- you guessed it -- Teresa Heinz Kerry. So while the ketchup money can't be tapped directly, it's clear that Ms. Kerry is nonetheless able to bolster her husband's presidential prospects -- and that the Leftmedia is only too eager to lend a helping hand.

Elsewhere, President Bush entered the fray over restructuring future tax cuts, while his opponent played the class-warfare card by saying he'd boost taxes only on "the rich." Here, the President observed that big-government Demo-types never seem to make the connection between lowering taxes and creating jobs. "They never get around to explaining how higher taxes would help create a single job in America, " said the President, "except maybe at the IRS." Precisely!

From the DEMO-lition derby...

Wrapping up a video conference with leaders of the AFL-CIO yesterday, and apparently (or should we say 'supposedly') not realizing his microphone was still live, John "Let's Stick to the Issues" Kerry had some nasty things to say about Republicans: "We're going to keep pounding, let me tell you. We're just beginning to fight here. These guys are the most crooked, you know, lying group I've ever seen. It's scary."

Meanwhile, Candidate Kerry will soon rack up the delegates necessary to don the Demo presidential mantle, and he recently made up with former front-runner Howard Dean (endorsement to follow). But the most interesting topic among the chattering class this week has been that of the Kerry veepstakes.

Kerry seems to have written off the South, meaning that John Edwards' stock as a potential VP just tanked (though Martha Stewart managed to sell ahead of the drop). "Everybody always makes the mistake of looking South," said the haughty and highfalutin Demo-gogue. "Al Gore proved he could have been president of the United States without winning one Southern state, including his own." Negative, Senator Ketchup. All Albert Gore proved was that Almighty God has an exquisite sense of humor. (How else to explain the butterfly ballot, the razor-thin margin, and all those Palm Beach Jews for Buchanan?)

Narcissistic Arizona Sen. John McCain, a Leftmedia darling and a nominal Republican, was the talk of Foggy Bottom on Wednesday when he ventured he'd "entertain" an offer to be John Kerry's running mate...a brain freeze he retracted a few hours later, following Kerry's live-wired slam of the Bush administration. (To be sure, talk of a "bipartisan" ticket, however insincere, serves to take some of the Leftist taint off Kerry.) The most cynical analysts, however, are ruminating over the possibility that New York Sen. Hillary Clinton might commingle her political ambitions with Kerry in a "ticket of convenience." (Mrs. Clinton, of course, knows a thing or two about political marriages of convenience.)

The BIG lie...

"George W. Bush has run the most arrogant, inept, reckless and ideological foreign policy in the modern history of our country. My friends, we need a nominee who can stand up to this president eye to eye, toe to toe, face to face, and make it clear: We Democrats know how to make this nation of ours safe." --John Kerry, conveniently forgetting that it was a Democrat president who stood idly as by Osama bin Laden and his murderous ilk bombed our skyscrapers, our embassies, our barracks, and our warships during the '90s.

This week's "Alpha Jackass" award:

This week's "Useful Idiot" Award: "[Saddam's WMD] was the administration's rallying cry for war. But...Saddam did not have a nuclear weapon, and probably would have been unable to make one until 2007 to 2009." --Teddy Kennedy, (D-Baghdad)

Memo to Teddy: Are we to understand that you would've preferred to wait until 2007 before removing Saddam from power and neutralizing his nuke capabilities? What if the current estimates were wrong? What if he was able to develop a bomb by, say, 2006?

This week's "Braying Jackass" award:

This kiss-and-make-up session between erstwhile Demo contenders and de facto Candidate Kerry (with apologies to Dennis "Department of Peace" Kucinich) has begun in earnest. First, however, here's what Wesley Clark had to say about Kerry on February 5: "The American people don't want another Washington insider who never plays it straight. They don't want a follower who makes decisions by licking his finger and sticking it up in the wind." Eight days later, after dropping out, Clark had this to say: "I believe John Kerry has the right experience, the right values and the right leadership and character to beat George W. Bush."

Is it possible that Wes Clark, who nearly lost an American Army in the Balkans before being relieved of his command, wants Don Rumsfeld's job in a Kerry administration? We think it's a perfect fit: While "The General" may not look French, he certainly fights French enough.

News from the Swamp...

Just when you thought House GOP members were trailblazing with the conservative agenda [to be read with extreme facetiousness] ... Tom DeLay, citing too many delays (no pun intended) by his House colleagues, has announced that he'll be pursuing his own conservative agenda. "I have not discussed this with President Bush or anyone else in the White House, and have no desire to, but if you don't set these conservative goals, you don't get conservative governance." Delay's agenda will concentrate on three key points: security, prosperity, and family. "We're trying to get people excited about being Republicans again," Delay said. A tough task, but we at The Federalist are listening! May we humbly suggest that the House waste no time in defining for us specifically whose security, how much prosperity and what kind of family we should expect.

In the Senate, current legislation intended to extend the moratorium on Internet-access taxes remains stalled in the Senate. Apparently deciding that the free exchange of goods and services on the Internet has been doing a bit too well on its own, some in the government feel that nagging urge to tax. We would again remind our representatives in Washington of the effects of new taxes: lower GDP, higher unemployment, and lower disposable income. It seems to be lost on some Swampsters that money doesn't fall off trees. Wealth must be created. Increasing the cost of Internet access and thereby stifling a large sector of the economy is not the way to increase revenues. In many ways, the Internet is a symbol of the success of a free-market economy; its freedom ought to be jealously guarded.

From the warfront with Jihadistan...

Following delays over Shi'ite concerns surrounding Kurdish autonomy, on Monday the 25-member Iraqi Governing Council unanimously signed an interim constitution after those objections were dropped. "Today, we are witnessing an historic moment, a decisive moment in the history of the glorious Iraqi people," said Mohammed Bahr al-Ulum, currently holding the council's rotating presidency. "We stand here during this historic moment to put the foundation for the reconstruction of a new Iraq; a new, free, democratic Iraq that protects human rights." After 20 years of iron Ba'athist rule, the Council overran their February 28 deadline by only nine days.

Further delays, however, could jeopardize the U.S.-led Coalition Provisional Authority's transfer of power to an interim Iraqi government, scheduled for June 30.

The interim constitution mandates a government that is "republican, federal, democratic, and pluralistic," with territorial unity, a privileged position for Islamic law in civil affairs, religious tolerance, and rights for women. (But wait -- don't women's rights contravene Islamic law? Details, details.)

It is possible, once the dust settles, that the Iraqi judiciary will treat their constitution with more respect than the American judiciary treats ours.

Judicial Benchmarks...

Because Leftcoast courts so rarely get it right, we can't help but comment when they do. The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals refused to reconsider its December ruling that state medical-marijuana laws trump attempts at central-government intrusion into prosecution for intrastate use of the drug. "Recreational" abuse of marijuana and other drugs is unfortunate, but now that voters in states such as California have so decreed, medical uses of the drug that never involve crossing the U.S. border or state borders within the U.S. are no proper concern of the central government. Every little once in awhile we get to say, accurately, "Federalism rules!"

While the proposed Marriage Amendment to our Constitution is well intended, it will accomplish nothing if the national courts interpret it to mean whatever they want it to mean. The Democrat Party knows that its real power lies in the judiciary, and thus they have used their Leftjudicial minions on the federal bench to amend the Constitution by judicial diktat (dubiously divining the "spirit of the Constitution") rather than following the Constitution's plan for amendment. That is why we ask you to take one minute to help us restore the integrity of our Constitution by joining a campaign entreating the President and Congress to support "The Enumerated Powers Amendment." This Amendment would give the House the ability to remove judges who do not abide by their oath to "support and defend the Constitution," rather than subject them to impeachment for criminal charges.

Link to -- http://PatriotPetitions.US/Amendment28

(If you don't have Web access, please send a blank e-mail to: sign- [email protected] Each e-mail sent to this address will be counted as one signature for the petition.)

From the "Non Compos Mentis" Files...

The Pentagon transferred custody of seven Russian nationals previously numbered among the enemy combatants held at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, to Russia. The move, however, brought objections from human-rights group Amnesty International. "There is no evidence," said Amnesty's Maureen Greenwood, "that the U.S. has adhered to its obligation to not forcibly return anyone to any country where they may face serious human rights violations, including detention without charge or trial, unfair trial, or torture."

This is the SAME Amnesty International, by the way, that's been wailing over the U.S. detention of these very same people since the beginning. Now they're complaining that we're letting them go?

Well, at least we're still considered a safer bet than the Russians.

From the "Village Academic Curriculum" File...

The Left has gone bananas. In a few days, UNC-Wilmington will throw your tax dollars (six thousand of your tax dollars, to be precise) to purchase ... bananas. The bananas, in turn, will be thrown by feminists dressed up in gorilla suits (appropriately enough) at the audience of a speech hosted by the "Guerilla Girls." The event, scheduled for March 16, is designed to take aim against a Bush second term. The Guerilla Girls will also use the occasion to promote their new book "*****es, Bimbos, and Ball-breakers." As always, the Left has resorted to name-calling ... and now, apparently, to banana-throwing.

Around the nation...

From the states, consistent with our concern about the Constitution's full faith and credit clause as it pertains to each state's having to recognize the public acts and records and judicial proceedings of every other state, the Leftcoast homosexual "marriage" folly has infected The Federalist's home-state. Alas, two Tennessee homosexuals who went to San Francisco and got a "marriage" license now plan to challenge Tennessee's state law defining marriage as being between one man and one woman. In doing so, they'll demand that the Volunteer State recognize their "marriage."

A day late and a dollar short for Tennessee, California's state Supreme Court decided Thursday to halt further issuance of marriage licenses to homosexuals until that court rules on the "constitutionality" of the people's referendum against such nonsense four years ago.

Around the world...

Coming to a city near you? For two years, the FBI has been concerned about the prospect of homicide bombers and Islamist terrorists using vehicle bombs and bombs placed in public places to inflict mass casualties and disrupt large sectors of commerce. This method has been favored by Palestinians targeting Israeli civilians for years and is working its way West -- with a vengeance.

Thursday morning in Madrid, Spain, ten bombs ripped through three of the capital's train stations, killing nearly 200 and wounding more than 1,400. The explosions came only three days before Spain's general elections. Three additional bombs were defused by police. Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar decried the attacks as "mass murder," fixing the blame on the Basque terrorist organization ETA. Twice this year, police have intercepted explosive-laden vans targeting Madrid, generally considered to be the work of ETA. While Basque separatists have denied the charges, a van was discovered near the scene with seven detonators and, ominously, an Arab-language audio tape and copies of the Quran. Indeed, given Spain's role as a key ally in the war on terrorism, a connection between al-Qa'ida and ETA cannot be ruled out.

As The Federalist has commented before, outgoing PM Aznar shines as a bright light amid the dreariness of the European political landscape. If the United Nations is to be saved from utter irrelevance, look to Sr. Aznar for invigorating leadership -- and a resolute approach to combating global terrorism -- in the role of Secretary General.

In other news, chalk up a victory for democracy this week, as Greece's heretofore socialist government was buried under a landslide in democracy's birthplace. After near-continuous Socialist Party rule since 1981, the New Democracy party, under the leadership of Costas Caramanlis, prepares to take the reigns. One hopes that they'll do so in time to salvage the Athens Summer Olympics, which have been plagued with delays for the past several years.

And last...

John Kerry recently said that a number of "unnamed foreign leaders" have privately endorsed him for the presidency. "I've met foreign leaders who can't go out and say this publicly," said Kerry, "but boy they look at you and say, 'You've got to win this, you've got to beat this guy, we need a new policy,' things like that." The Kerry campaign, however, refuses to name those leaders, to say what country they're from, what continent they're from, or even what hemisphere. (Perhaps they will identify what planet....) Several world leaders, like Germany's Gerhard Schoeder and Australia's Alexander Downer, even took the preemptive action of saying it wasn't them.

However, a few of Kerry's mysterious "foreign leaders" were outed this week... The first was Kim Jong Il, the North Korean dictator who boasts a coiffure not unlike Kerry's own and has rebroadcast Kerry's speeches on state-run radio across his Communist paradise. Another dictator, ousted Haitian President Jean Bertrand-Aristide (who Kerry said he would have kept in power) made his endorsement public. Additionally, there were accolades from terrorist Yasser Arafat, whom Kerry referred to as a "statesman" and "role model" in his 1997 book, The New War. Furthermore, to make the list of dictator endorsements (ousted and otherwise) complete, we expect Kerry to get the nod from Martha Stewart and Michael Eisner any day now. Saddam Hussein, meanwhile, was unavailable for comment.


Lex et Libertas -- Semper Vigilo, Paratus, et Fidelis! Mark Alexander, Publisher, for the editors and staff. (Please pray on this day, and every day, for our Patriot Armed Forces standing in harm's way around the world in defense of our liberty, and for the families awaiting their safe return.)
 

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After having to deal with these two bird brains (Kennedy and Kerry) on a state level here in MA for years.
All I can say is, I pray that dub-ya repeats, I shudder at the thought of Kerry in the White House :thumbsdow

Good read, 54R.
 

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7.62x39 said:
After having to deal with these two bird brains (Kennedy and Kerry) on a state level here in MA for years.
All I can say is, I pray that dub-ya repeats, I shudder at the thought of Kerry in the White House :thumbsdow

Good read, 54R.
I hear ya' ! My Mom was over at the house lastnight ranting and raving about Kerry. My uncle who is Viet Nam vet is just enraged that Kerry is getting away with the BS he is. I think my uncle is just mad that he's alive:D
 

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7.62x39 said:
After having to deal with these two bird brains (Kennedy and Kerry) on a state level here in MA for years.
All I can say is, I pray that dub-ya repeats, I shudder at the thought of Kerry in the White House :thumbsdow

Good read, 54R.
I wish you were right but most people voting will not be smart enough to see Kerry's lies and double talk. What I really find amazing is that gun owners will vote for Kerry, with disregard of his extreme liberal positions. Kerry is such a accomplished politician that he will convince those that want hand outs, and those that do not want to work that he is their man, telling them it is our fault (the working stiffs) they are the way they are. What scares me the most, is his position regarding the United Nations. He would hand over our military to them, ask their permission to repond or not, and disarm to a level that would very much reduce our abilities to protect ourselves. He refuses to understand or at least acknowledge that we are at war. He is so much like Chamberlin before WWII that I fear we will be picking through the rubble before we know what hits us. Why can't our politicians be Americans and act in a manner that is in our best interests. Further, why can't they respect the tax payer and try to keep from taking our money rather than buying votes and giving it (our money) away. But what does he (Kerry) care, he married one of the wealthiest women in the world. Funny, neither of them (Kerry and Heinz) earned their money, it was given to them. Kinda says something doesn't it. Jack

P.S. as for Teddy, he is a lieing, cheating, drunk, that got away with murder. Funny, he did not work for his money either. When did we let the foxes in the chicken house, or in the case of Kennedy the whore house?
 

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Jack,

It can be so darn frustrating to sit and watch what is going on. The other day a guy here at work went on and on about Bush being a liar and you name it.

Lately there have been a lot of people saying they don't like Bush or Kerry and they might lean towards Bush more. To me it's night and day between those 2. Honestly I cannot say that everything Bush does makes me happy, but that is life. The one thing I like the most about Bush is his moral clarity and the balls he had to take on the terrorists. He probably would not have done anything had 9-11 not happened, but then again the public wouldn't have swallowed it it either if just decided to invade Afghanistan without 9-11 happening.

I know the military is very happy with Bush's team and a lot of pride has been restored to a team that spent 8 years getting kicked by democrats while they were down.

Hannity had somone on I cannot remember on yesterday and they were talking about how the Democrats were pointing the finger at them as the old racist party. Funny thing is, they were the party of the KKK after the Civil war. They were the ones that held almost all of the civil rights stuff. They talked about the old Republicans being Lincoln's party.

They went on to talk about JFK and his taxcuts and that he realized it was needed for growth. Then about how Reagan followed in his footsteps and now Bush has too. And the fact that all 3 of those men were or are in Bush's case willing to put their necks on the line and a face down evil in their times.

They all had flaws, but at least they can stand and deliver on what is important. I would have serious doubts that Kerry would be able to figure out what's for lunch before he changed his mind 3 times.
 
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