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Saturday, February 05, 2005


Wind At His Back

With the election behind him and wind at his back after three stunning victories, president Bush is taking his message on the road to sell his agenda straight to the American people, leaving democrats to whallow in their past failures.

The president realizes that all citizens should have the same benefits as those who work for the government who are receiving a better rate of return in private accounts than the average Joe.

The original Social Security system is an old plan that has run its course and can no longer keep up with today's retirees, and is set to go into the red during the peak of baby boomers leaving the work force for their golden years.

The strength of the president comes from his decisive election victory, including expanding republican gains in Congress that is contrasted by president Clinton's second term disaster when democrats lost control.

Bringing the economy back was another huge feat for the president, especially after 9/11, and during war time. His tax cuts worked and proved democrats as big government power mongers who take the people's money away in order to have more control over them, feeling that government was created to run the lives of its citizens.

Being vindicated on his foreign war policies in Afghanistan and Iraq, the president has quieted the democratic whiners for the time being, and can start to focus his attention on trying to halt Iran's nuclear development while still helping the Iraqis take control of their own government.

Middle East Sees Democracy

All these achievements make president Bush a power to be reckoned with in Washington, setting the tone for his legislative initiatives to get passed much easier than anyone thought would be possible.

Around the world, the overwhelming success of votes cast in Iraq were heavily praised even by France and Germany, who so bitterly fought against ousting their buddy Saddam Hussein. Democrats have had nothing but criticism about the Iraq war, including the elections where the majority of Americans along with the Iraqi people have responded by flipping them the purple finger.

Now that Bush has planted the freedom seed, other countries in the region are rethinking their negative stance about democracy, questioning the cost of continued terrorism vs freedom.

Against the Wind

Democrats are contemplating how they can stop the president's positive agenda for change in America while remaining a self-proclaimed "progressive" party.

Seems anti-war treasonous whiners Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, Barbara Boxer, Nancy Pelosi and Hillary Clinton have conveniently forgotten about their last supposed war hero president who said: "We shall pay any price, bear any burden, meet any hardship, support any friend, oppose any foe, in order to assure the survival and the success of Liberty." --John F. Kennedy

Of course that would be the Vietnam war that democrats and their liberal media cohorts are desperately trying to make Iraq into.

Earth to democrats... nobody else is buying it!

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