Monday, August 02, 2004 :::
Because he makes reasonable statements of faith like this:
"I'm Christian, I'm Catholic, it's important to me," Kerry said. "It has served me through my whole life. But as I said in my (convention) speech, I'm not going to say God is on my side and I'm not going to go out and divide people. I want to pray that we are on God's side." - Kerry
Instead of crazy zealous statements like this:
"I feel like God wants me to run for President. I can't explain it, but I sense my country is going to need me. Something is going to happen... I know it won't be easy on me or my family, but God wants me to do it." - Bush
::: posted by dan at 3:27 PM :: [ link ] :: (4) comments
4 previous comments:
I don't know. For some reason Kerry just doesn't impress me. The Dems need to get their heads out of the asses & actually run a candidate that is worth getting excited about.
So far, Kerry is the better alternative. But I'm more going to be voting against Bush rather than for Kerry. And I'd rather be excited about a candidate than repulsed by one. Maybe in 2008.
By hot babe, at 6:10 PM
Just like Bushie boy to think it is God's wish that he be president. Cancel the election. God has spoken.
Somehow I don't think that God likes people who start wars.
By Trekgeekscott, at 4:10 PM
By dan, at 12:02 AM
I am voting against Bush too.
By , at 1:08 PM
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