Monday, September 27, 2004

Terrorists Disrupt Elections

The Kerry campaign is challenging America's success in Iraq by suggesting that terrorist activity in parts of that country will make it difficult for people to vote "their conscience" in up coming elections. Of course terrorists are trying to disrupt elections in Iraq thus preventing the people from choosing the leaders they really want; that is what terrorists do. Terrorists disrupted the elections in Spain. The attacks on Spanish rail lines just before their last elections drove the Spanish people, like so many sheep, to elect a weak, socialist government into power. A government whose pledged, poltroonish withdrawal from the war on terror is probably the terrorists' greatest single victory to date. Now terrorists are attempting to influence America's elections. Attacks on American troops, brutal beheadings, and the murders of Iraqi citizens courageously attempting to build their own dreams of freedom, are aimed at putting Kerry in power in the US. The terrorists are banking on American cowardice. That is what terrorists do. Is there any doubt whom the terrorists want to lead America? Should that be our choice too?

2 comments:

Marisha said...

Saying that the terrorists want us to vote against Kerry in order to get people to vote against him is the exact same flawed reasoning used by "terrorists" to get people to vote for him. Neither are right. A president should be chosen for his views and goals, not out of fear and manipulation. Plus, if the terrorists say they will attack unless Kerry gets elected, how are we to know they won't attack anyway? We can't trust the likes of them! It's absurd to let them have any influence on the election.

About Medicine Blog said...

The attacks on Spanish rail lines just before their last elections drove the Spanish people, like so many sheep, to elect a weak, socialist government into power.
A president should be chosen for his views and goals, not out of fear and manipulation.