Wheelman for James Ellsworth
Join Date: Nov 2003
Re: 3 days away till our future is decided
Ok I've read this thread already, and have been trying to figure out for the past month or so who Im going to vote for.
This is what I have to say about each candidate.
Kerry, wouldnt bring back the draft no matter what. However he says he has many plans to help out the American culture and society. Which can be great, but the problem being is that he just keeps talking about the problem and saying I have a plan. Well thats great can u tell us this plan so we know what the hell is going on here. Either he is full of shit and doesnt have a plan or he just doesnt want us to ever know about it. Also with the war, I am against it, but if Kerry just pulls out of it we will look like shit for it. Basically he needs to say look we fucked up and we just want to stabalize Iraq to the point where they can take care of everything themselves. Basically I dont trust Kerry
For Bush- I dont trust him at all. I mean I trust him less than Kerry. Bush has done some things that are good for our economy and society, but he has done too many shady things for us to trust him for another 4 years. He screwed over Gore in 2000, by getting his brother and others to help rig the election for him. He goes to war with Iraq over in reality OIL. I know that before he was elected president he had plans to attack Sadam Hussein. (if you watch Fahrenheit 9/11 you will see) Bush was trying to make a deal with someone from the middle east about a connection for Bush to tap into the oil pipe line thats over there. I mean I like the fact that Sadam is out of power, but all Bush did was get greedier, and put us in more danger. If Sadam ever gets out of prision (which I doubt) he will come at us with everything hes got. Plus if anything else ever happens like us going to war witho someone else, other countries will not help us bc we said we were completely sure they had the WOMD and they didnt.
Honestly I still dont know for sure who I will vote for, but I am leaning towards voting for Kerry