Friday, October 15, 2004

Friday Round-Up

Brian at Peeve Farm explains why he will vote for Bush:

I guess I'm a three-issue voter, because this election, I want the outcome to do the following three things:

1. Empower our military psychologically by making them feel that a mandate from the American people is firmly behind them

2. Spite Michael Moore, all his Hollywood toadies and college-age sycophants, and France

3. Make the terrorists crap themselves on November 3, not dance around whooping and firing into the air in celebration

I have a hard time seeing how electing John Kerry would make any of these things happen, or how electing Bush would do anything but. Yet very little else matters to me right about now.

(Hat tip: Cold Fury)

Emperor Darth Misha I explains his own voting philosophy. Here's just a small sample:
What it comes down to isn't how many things Dubya have handled pitifully badly, but what the alternative is. And there IS only one alternative. Staying home or voting for the United Conservative Party of Kicking A** and Not Bothering to Stop and Take Names In the Process, however laudable their goals and program, will only help F***face into the White House.

Now, I'm as pissed off as the next Emperor (of which there are none, but that's beside the point) about Dubya p*ssing on the base that got him elected in the first place, and I would like nothing more than to teach him a valuable lesson by sending him packing, if it wasn't for the fact that the alternative is a total f***ing disaster.

Just think about it. If you stay at home or vote "Mickey Mouse" on the 2nd, you'll be helping a piece of sh*t into the White House who has publically proclaimed that he intends to surrender. Oh sure, he has a "plan", a plan that is obviously either non-existent (most likely) or too complicated and "nuanced" for us mere mortals to understand, so he won't tell us about it.

[Sanitization mine]

You can read the whole thing here.

And lastly... for my friend (who shall remain nameless) who didn't know about the photo of John Kerry on display in the museum in Vietnam, and wonders why the Republicans aren't trumpeting this nationwide:
On Memorial Day, May 31, 2004, Vietnam Vets for the Truth broke an extraordinary story about a photograph hanging in the Vietnamese Communist War Remnants Museum (formerly known as the "War Crimes Museum") in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). The photograph, displayed in a room dedicated to foreign activists who contributed to the Communist victory over America in the Vietnam War, shows Senator John Kerry being greeted by Comrade Do Muoi, General Secretary of the Communist Party of Vietnam.

This information can be found here.


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