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  1. Well, here are some more things that you should consider when asking yourself whether or not Kerry is a good candidate for the presidency...Flip Flop Central... Kerry Says He Believes "Life Does Begin At Conception." "I oppose abortion, personally. I don't like abortion. I believe life does begin at conception." (Jonathan Finer, "Kerry Says He Believes Life Starts At Conception," The Washington Post, 7/5/04) In Dubuque, Iowa, a community known for its strong Catholic and pro-life history, John Kerry stated that he believes that life begins at conception. However, John Kerry's voting record over the years and his public statements clearly show that he is one of the abortion-on-demand crowd's biggest supporters. In an attempt to blur the issue and win political points, John Kerry is trying to appeal to pro-lifers and hope they ignore his voting record and his public statements. If someone is willing to acknowledge that life begins at conception and does nothing to protect that life, it demonstrates a startling lack of conviction and politics at its worst. John Kerry panders to conservative voters on the issue of life Kerry Says He Will Provide Abortion Rights Supporters "Clearest Possible Choice" In Kerry/Bush Contest. "And if elected president, I will nominate judges who will seek to expand [abortion] rights and opportunities--not reduce them. In this area, anyone who values a woman's right to choose in particular or constitutional privacy rights in general will have the clearest possible choice between me and President Bush in 2004." (Sen. John Kerry, A Call To Service, 2003, p. 182) Kerry Says He's Only Presidential Candidate "Who Hasn't Played Games" With Abortion Issue. "I'm the only candidate running for president who hasn't played games, fudged around,' said Kerry, a Massachusetts senator. If you believe that choice is a constitutional right, and I do, and if you believe that Roe v. Wade is the embodiment of that right ... I will not appoint a justice to the Supreme Court of the United States who will undo that right." (Mike Glover, "Kerry Says No Games' On Abortion," The Associated Press, 1/26/04) What others say about John Kerry Kerry Is First Presidential Candidate To Ever Be Endorsed By Planned Parenthood Action Fund. (Laurie Goodstein, "Vatican Cardinal Signals Backing For Sanctions On Kerry," The New York Times, 4/24/04) Kerry Received 100% Ranking For 2003 Votes From Planned Parenthood. (Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Inc. Website, <http://www.ppaction.org/ppvotes/person-vote.html?person_id=2040>, Accessed 1/24/04) Kerry Received 100% Ranking For 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993 Votes From NARAL. (NARAL, Congressional Votes On Abortion, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993) John Kerry's Voting Record in the United States Senate Kerry Has Voted At Least Six Times Against Banning Partial-Birth Abortion. Kerry Has Voted At Least 25 Times In Favor Of Using Taxpayer Dollars To Pay For Abortions In United States. Kerry Voted Against Unborn Victims of Violence Act - "Laci and Connor Peterson's Law" Nonpartisan National Journal Scored Kerry's Votes Most Liberal In Senate For 2003. Kerry scored a Senate-high 97% liberal rating for 2003, beating out Sens. Barbara Boxer (91), Hillary Clinton (89), Ted Kennedy (88), and Tom Daschle (80). (National Journal Website, "How They Measured Up," http://nationaljournal.com, 2/27/04)
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  3. I accept that offer Skinwalker. And you know what, I think the stakes should be raised a little...just a little. I suggest a matching avatar. Oh yeah, by the way, I would just like to say that from this post on, as a sign of my good intentions, I will refrain from commenting in the same manner as my previous posts. Cool?
  4. Amen to that. I just want to say that no matter what all of the people supporting Kerry might want to think, Bush is getting re-elected. I will be willing to bet any money on that. I'll even send it to you through the mail. Believe me, there are still (amazingly) more smart Americans than dumb ones in this country and since they are smart, their votes will go to Bush. I know he's getting at least one from LF...that is mine! It's great to be 18 and have a brain!
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  6. Geez...talk about identity crisis. I was wondering why I had only 2 posts and I realized that I had logged in with the wrong user name. What stumps me is that I somehow still logged in and I don't know how that happened. I really doubt that there's another member who has the same password as me and similar name to me. That's creepy...maybe I created that other one because at some point I couldn't remember my own username. Who knows...anyways, this is the real me! Back to topic...I got this in my e-mail:
  7. Alright...there is 1 more week of football before the playoffs and I was wondering what teams you think will play in the Super Bowl. I think it's definitely going to be one of these 2 matchups: Eagles vs. Patriots or Cowboys vs. Patriots ?
  8. LOL..do you mean UF? Or are you meaning FU as in Fu** you? LOL...Well, if it's UF, thats my dream...to be a Gator...but im waiting on the acceptance letter or rejection letter...
  9. That is going to be hard but I think I can make it...University of Florida and Florida State are the top 2 party universities in Florida. Although I doubt they compare to University of Colorado...lol. They are number one on the Princeton review for top party universities as the_raven_0_3 already mentioned.
  10. Hello everyone. I would just like to announce my acceptance at Florida State University for the fall term 2004. I am really excited but I am waiting for an admission decision from the University of Florida. It is the Harvard of Florida but FSU is my 2nd choice so either way I'm going to attend one of m first 2 choices! Well, just thought I would share the good news.
  11. No, because the people at these forums are not the entire nation. I could care less what they think because there are many Americans out there who approve of Bush and thats what matters to me. His approval rating is hovering in the 55% range and therefore, I am confident that his victory will come swiftly. I would appreciate it if no more reference were made to me because I am officially out of this discussion. Let me just say that he who laughs last, laughs best...in other words, say what you will now but Bush WILL get re-elected. Good bye.
  12. By 18, one should just be getting out of high school, correct? Well, with all the stresses and work involved in high school, many teenagers do not get a chance to become politically informed. Therefore, they are expected to have fully developed political ideals by this age straight out of high school. I think they should be given time after this point to be allowed to evaluate the different aspects of politics and develop their own political ideals. I am not saying that they are not just sometimes immature, I am also saying that developing a solid political opinion takes time.
  13. Hello again everyone. I was just thinking about the legal voting age which is currently 18. I myself feel that this number should be increased. The reason for me saying this is that being a senior in high school I see many politically misguided people...in other words, they don't know anything about politics and quite frankly, I don't want incompetent people deciding who will run this country. Let me give you an example: The other day a fellow classmate said that if Clinton could be in office again he vote for him simply because "He got head...he's a pimp." Taken as a joke or not, this is not the kind of person I want giving a free vote to an unworthy candidate. (Not targeting Clinton or Democrats in any way.) In addition, many friends that I know who graduated last year told me that they voted for whoever their family voted for. This demonstrates lack of the ability to make your own decisions. Therefore, you are not exercising the right to voice your opinion because you are not even basing the decision on your own beliefs. These are just some examples...All I'm saying is that some people are not as mature as they should be at age 18 and because of this they should not be put in the position to make important decisions such as who will take charge of one the most powerful nations on earth.
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