Saturday, July 17, 2004

John Kerry and the Hispanic Vote
The John Kerry campaign has recently made a $1M ad buy to court Spanish-speaking voters.  The 11-state ad blitz portrays John Kerry as an ordinary guy.
"A man of faith, a man of family, a man of honor," says the Spanish narration.
There are a few things to remember:
1) John Kerry's faith is second to his leftist ideology. He is pro-abortion before he is Catholic.
Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry vowed on Friday to champion abortion rights if elected, even as the Vatican signaled its disapproval of the position of the senator, who is a Roman Catholic.
2) John Kerry's family is second to his need to distance himself from an evil, gas-guzzling SUV.
Kerry said he owns and drives a Dodge 600 and recently bought a Chrysler 300M. He said his wife owns the Chevrolet SUV. "The family has it. I don't have it,'' he said
3) John Kerry's honor is second to his lies against his "band 0f brothers" returning from Vietnam.
John Kerry stated in front of the Senate Armed Services Committee that American troops were committing war crimes in Vietnam on a "day-to-to-day basis with the full awareness of officers at all levels of command."
Here is another thing to consider: President Bush speaks Spanish - John Kerry can't pretend that.
God Bless America.


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