Originally posted by Fellowship
I have one account and it is Fellowship.
I am not DMZ nor am I CommonMan.
I realized after comparing Bush and Kerry that Kerry is far from a leader which can lead the country.
I have changed my mind about this subject a few times.
It is my humble opinion that, most likely, your opinion has been drastically effected by the onslought put together by a highly organized and well honed and well funded mind-changing machine . . . it will change your mind FOR YOU if you let it . . . and, I guess in Texas, it is just too hard to remain at a distance from the Leviathan to not get sucked back into its steely maw.
Your opinion of Kerry is probably 4% accurate: the rest of the image is part of the package that the GOP has been building non'stop for the past month.
If I were you, I wouldn't settle so quickly . . . especially during a Convention!!! when the slander machine is at its peak performance . . I mean, doesn't the timing at least make you feel even slightly suspect towards your own certainty?!?!
and especially a convention that was 2% content, 38% Patriotic emoticons, and 60% about what a bad-guy John Kerry is . . . doesn't that say aything to you about what these guys have to say? . . .
. at least 60% negative shiit throwing and virtualy nothing else but feel-good cliches!!
and just another thing: isn't it strange that the exact same tactic of putting into question an opponents resolve and their decisiveness has occured with every election in DECADES!? and always by the GOP . . . remember that term was 'waffling' with Clinton? and 'flip flopping' before that . . . you would think that people would bother to take a look beneath the glitz, glamour and roar of Magog for a thin silence of Truth!!!
(golly, two biblical monsters in one post!)