Tuesday, October 19, 2004


Elitist Fear of the Real America?

Mark Noonan at Blogs for Bush has an interesting piece this morning:

John Kerry is Afraid of Americans

That's right - he's afraid of you; little, old you just sitting there eating some chips and watching the game on TV. He's petrified of you - he spends many a sleepless night fretting about you and what you may do. How do I know this? Well, lets take a look at what John Kerry says he wants to do.

He talks about it in terms of gun ownership, privatizing Social Security, dealing with major issues, and foreign policy.

He goes on to say:

The sum of these Kerry positions is clear - he is afraid of Americans; to be specific, he's afraid of Americans acting on their own volition. Something about us scares the bejeezus out of John Kerry as well as his supporters - it's apparantly the same something which scares the French, Germans, North Koreans, etc about us - this something is our willingness to (a) do something about a problem and (b) our understanding that, just perhaps, we don't have it exactly right and thus different people in different areas should pretty much do what they want, even if we disagree.

There's more. You ought to read it.

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