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Reader comment on item: In the MidEast, Bush Dared to Be Different

Submitted by Vernon Richards (United States), Oct 25, 2004 at 17:25

Brace yourselves, ...the Jihadists have something special prepared for us Oct 31st. Kerry has already painted his hands white and written a fiery speech blaming it on Bush. Please remember, the strike does not come from Bush, it comes from those who endorse Kerry.

To quote Edmund Burke – "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." Germany proved this true in 1942 when hundreds of thousands of intelligent, educated, and basically good men said and did nothing, thus failing to slow down or stop the Nazi juggernaught. Today in militant Islam, hundreds of millions stand silent, allowing men with irrational prejudices and violent inclinations to dominate their cultures, peoples, and children. History repeats itself. The Bush policy of pre-emption is being forced down our throats by the Islamists, which is the only option left to an entire nation addicted to 'breathing'.

Anyone as addicted to breathing as me, or at least who love their children, join me in voting for Bush.

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