Gut Rumbles

November 02, 2004

top ten

Here are ten reasons why I voted for George Bush:

10. The moonbat left. If Kerry wins, the people will be convinced that LUNACY WORKS and they'll never go away.

9. Bush is gonna reinstate the draft. If Bush wins and DOESN'T reinstate the draft, will a single Democrat demagogue admit, "I was wrong?"

8. Bill Clinton. I am against ANYONE Bill Clinton campaigns for. If Bush wins, you can bet your sweet ass that he ain't gonna ask Clinton for advice. I can't say the same for Kerry.

7. Larry Flynt. I want to see if means it, or if he's just pulling an Alec Baldwin. Leftist assclowns are always threatening to leave the country if an election doesn't go their way, but the never leave. Dammit!

6. Swift Boat Veterans. When the people he served with despise a "war hero" such as Kerry, something ain't right. Kerry could stop a lot of speculation about his performance in Vietnam if he simply released his service records. He won't do it. What's he hiding? Besides his Fonda-Kerry behavior after the war was reprensible.

5. John Edwards. Scum-sucking, ambulance-chasing, well-coiffed asswipe. I don't want that sleazy bastard anywhere near the White House.

4. Dick Cheney. Anybody so hated and villified by the Left is my kind of guy.

3. Europe. Fuck Europe. I don't give a rat's ass whether Europe likes us or not, and I'll be damned if what WE need to do must pass some kind of "Golbal Test" before we do it.

2. Teresa Heinz-Kerry. ARRRGGGGHHH!!!! MY EYES!!! The very idea of that harridan becoming First Lady curdles my blood.

1. The War On Terror. John Kerry does not have the balls to fight this war. Bush does. That reason alone was enough for George Bush to win my vote.


John Kerry just scares me. And what scares me even more is that he might lead our country.

Posted by: Gil-galad on November 2, 2004 11:25 AM

Well said. I think Bush will win. Kerry just plays to the polls, and I think the polls are wrong.

Posted by: Sam on November 2, 2004 11:29 AM

amen, brother. well said.

Posted by: KathyP on November 2, 2004 11:53 AM

It's just past Halloween, so we can still tell scary stories. You wanna hear a really terrifying one? In the 1950s, the Democratic standard bearer against Dwight Eisenhower was Adlai Stevenson. He was actually a good, decent, and intelligent man, though not right for the time, and Alistair Cooke rightly said that he is an example of why it can be an honorable thing to fail to become President of the U.S.

When Kennedy became president, he sent Stevenson to be US Ambassador to the United Nations, and we were lucky to have him there during the Cuban Missile Crisis. Remember him saying to the Soviet ambassador, "Don't wait for the translation, Mr. Ambassador! Answer the question!"

If Kerry wins, I shudder to think of what the payback might be to Slick Willy. Imagine Bill Clinton as US Ambassador to the United Nations. Blood running cold yet?

Posted by: Steve Teeter on November 2, 2004 08:40 PM
Post a comment

*Note: If you are commenting on an older entry, your
comment will not appear until it has been approved.
Do not resubmit it.