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Beautifully put.

WHAT??? The press HAS been reporting on the injustice of this war. People have been demanding accountability from Bush. Democrats have been opposing this war.

Where have you been? The problem is that the majority of the people who voted were more concerned that gays might do better with marriage than straights, or scientists might take an embryo out of the dumpster and save a life. They somehow thought the president could overturn Roe v. Wade so we could once again have millions of unwanted children in orphanages. George Bush said that God chose him to be the president and they responded.

Why in the world would a qualified person want to run for President? The pay stinks compared to CEO money. No matter who you are half of the country will hate you half way through the campaign and you will have no personal life.

People are more concerned with a president who lies about his private life that one who lies and gets us into another Vietnam.

The problem with this country is not our leaders, our press or people not speaking out, but rather the people who choose to vote religion instead of qualifications. I am an athiest and I judge people by their deeds. Christians judge people by a claim of belief in Jesus. George Bush didn't find religion until he wanted to run for a public office.

The corporate media refuses to mention the link between Sheehan's protest and the documentary evidence, i.e. the Downing St. Memos, which prove that he lied to the country in order to get his war on.

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