Dear Reader,

There may have been no WMDs,but thanks to us going over there women are not being taken to rape rooms,and molested in front of their families,children are not being tortured infront of their parents,and killed. Scott Peterson is accused of Killing his wife,and child.When people talk about him they say “He deserves to burn in hell”,or “he should be killed,fry him!”. Imagine what people would say if someone did the things Saddams army did with rape rooms,killing kids in front of their mom and dad,…over here ?They would be saying the same thing “Kill those bastards”,guess what ? We did and now people are saying we are the bad guys. Watching the debates left me at a loss for words.John Kerry confuses me.In debate #2 he looked into the camera and said he would absolutely not raise taxes.In debate #3, he said we would have to see what happens in that area,but he would not raise them when he first got in to office. what the ?? I know the WMDs are a controversial issue,but Mr. Kerry thought we had them ,and on AUG 9th 2004 he said even if we knew they were not there,he would have still voted to give the President the authority. Which is it ? And what incentive is it to achieve by moving up in the world ,and grow out of the middle class ,if you are only going to be Taxed so much more, and not see the money you worked hard for ? Kerry pays 12.8 % tax with all his millions,and he wants people with a $200,000 to pay some 20 plus ? He would have us work harder to so we could support those who do not want to work (why achieve when it only takes more from you in taxes as I stated before).Thank you for reading this.Feel free to print and have some healthy debates on these issues with readers. God Bless,Brian Jordan I would suggest a movie fahren HYPE 9-11,and a web site www.kerryoniraq.com and



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