Wednesday, November 03, 2004

ENDZONE!!!! GIVE HIM 4...More Years!

Well, they had to say it again, President Elect, George W. Bush, but this time it wasn't in Mid-December, or early January. It was a civil election, and the democratic candidate John Kerry knew he was defeated, and conceded. However I thought it was hilarious because it was just hours after John Edwards urged desperate democrats to count every vote in Ohio, even though the margin of victory was more than the total votes remaining to be counted by many thousands. I liked this because it showed how over zealous and irrational Edwards is. I mean for cryin out loud, he's an Ambulance Chasing Trial Lawyer. Can you really expect more? I respect Kerry for conceding like he did, and really and truly I feel sorry for him now because all the election the democrats and liberals were saying how great of a man he was, and how he should be the one to lead the nation. Then not even a full day after the election the entire democratic party and liberals were calling him weak,and a horrible candidate. I mean jeez people, you try to convince the nation that you're uniform and you're all sticking together...Then you do this. Seriously people, if you can't see the dissent and self collapse coming of the liberals and Democratic party, look again.

Tuesday, November 02, 2004

Judgment Day

Today's the day folks. The first Tuesday in November, a.k.a, Election Day. I had cast my vote early since in TN we're allowed to do that. I voted for Bush, obviously, and although it was partly along party lines, I also voted for him simply because in my opinion he actually tells people what he's going to do. Kerry would always say, "I have a plan," but then he wouldn't explain his "plan." Bush gives you his plan, gives you his honest opinion, and he gives you his military/health/tax documents when you ask for them.
Tonight will be full of anxious waiting to see the count of votes, and hopefully watch Kerry give his concession speech on TV. This is the day that may change the country for the next 4 years. In my opinion, America will be better off if Bush is elected. And although I will be upset if Kerry wins, I will be a man and declare him the winner. (and not take the election to court *cough* Kerry *cough*)
As I stated in a previous post, Bush has the ball and is going down the field. Will he make end zone?