November 05, 2004

Open Letter to President Bush

I figured I'd expand on something I just said in a comment on Democrat for a Free America.

Mr. President,

Well, this is it. You're still in charge, and you won the majority of the popular vote. Nice job. However, keep in mind who was responsible for that 3.5 million difference: People like me. I voted for you, and you won, so I expect you to at least try and steer the country in the right direction for 4 more years.

You know that "mandate" everyone's talking about? Use it wisely. I may have voted for you, and I support your presidency, but you don't exactly have the most conservative record, and if you do something stupid, I will not hesitate to point it out. I defended you from the moonbats for 13 months. You'd better not let me down.

It's true that some of your supporters have been chugging Dubya Kool-Aid for the last few weeks, but I'm an individualist and a political free-thinker. If you step out of line, I'll rant about it just like I would if a Democrat did something that made me angry. You have been warned.



Posted by CD on November 5, 2004 08:34 PM
Category: 2004 Election
Semi-Intelligent Comments

Thanks for the link, and the open letter.

Now I'd like to call attention to the first post-election blunder, made by Sen. Arlen Specter (R-PA). Regardless of your party affiliation or your stand on abortion, I think it's disgusting that a man who expects to be in charge of the Senate Judiciary Committee is prejudiced against a certain belief and is willing to determine appointments based on that single belief.

If you agree with me, please help to spread the word.

Posted by: Alex D. at November 6, 2004 04:04 AM

Yeah, I saw that Specter thing. I now officially regret voting for the moron. I only did it because I thought his opponent was worse. I should've written someone in. Oh, well. I'll see what I can do.

Posted by: CD at November 6, 2004 04:35 PM
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