Friday, April 13, 2007

You're a Republican??? Part 5

You're a Republican??? Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4

WHAT I AM ... is a voter tired of politicians who, everytime their voting records are subjected to public scrutiny, try to divert attention from their political and legislative failures by accusing their opponents of "attack ads" and "negative campaigning" ... and the news media who allow them to get away with it.

WHAT I AM ... is a Catholic who loves his God and his Faith ... and who's been taught to respect all religions whose teachings are based in love, peace and charity. As such, I am embarrassed and ashamed of those individuals, in both private and public life, whose decisions and actions are devoid of any sense of character or morals; individuals who are only driven by what's best for them ... rather than what's right ... often times at the expense of many ... including our national security.

WHAT I AM ... is a realist who understands that the terrorist attack that murdered hundreds of innocent Russian children could have occurred here, in our heartland. That's why I sincerely believe America needs now, more than ever, a President who sees with a clear and focused vision and who speaks with a voice when heard by both friend and foe alike, is understood, respected and believed.

More to come....

[By George J. Esseff, Sr. Originally appeared in the Washington Post October 20, 2004.]

1 comment:

Steve Harkonnen said...

That's why I sincerely believe America needs now, more than ever, a President who sees with a clear and focused vision and who speaks with a voice when heard by both friend and foe alike, is understood, respected and believed.

Not only that, we need a president that doesn't kowtow to Islamists. If Bush were more effective, CAIR wouldn't be allowed to co-exist in our nation's capital. CAIR is a known terrorist front.

I'm sick and tired of the pandering and apologetics being played out from the current administration. We need to take more drastic steps in the elimination of Islamism in America. We cannot allow what happened in Britain to happen here. When I spoke with Virgil Goode, he told me "we have got to wake up" when we discussed radical Islam. The ball is now in our lawmaker's court; let's see what happens when only one congressman "wakes up."