The Fraternal Order of Police Gives Unprecedented Unanimous Vote of Support for the President and The Dan Rather papers could have ties to the Kerry
The Fraternal Order of Police Gives Unprecedented Unanimous Vote of Support for the President
The nation's biggest police union has voted to endorse President Bush.The 318,000-member Fraternal Order of Police (FOP) made its decision at its national board meeting in Albuquerque on Sept. 10. This is the first time in the group's history that it has made a unanimous endorsement, FOP Executive Director Jim Pasco said. He said the Kerry campaign declined to return the group's lengthy and detailed questionnaire despite repeated reminders, angering union members. 'Not only are we strongly supporting Bush,' Pasco said, "we're mad at Kerry. Our members feel he treated them without respect -- 318,000 cops. He's galvanized our base against him. It's just stupid."
Should of answered that questionnaire Flipper!! Another win for the good guys!!
A major setback for the democrats as the court says Nader will be on the ballot in Florida. It seems ironic that democrats would fight to keep anyone off the ballot, especially since Nader got 97000 votes in Florida in 2000. Do his supporters have the right to be heard? Is that not the democratic way?
What is up with Florida anyway? There were 245 electoral votes lost in last month’s primary. It was all a mistake made by an election worker. Lets see, in 2000 they did not know how to vote, now that they do they lose the votes? What’s up with that?
The Dan Rather papers could have ties to the Kerry campaign. The retired Guard official, Bill Burkett, said in an Aug. 21 e-mail to a list of Texas Democrats that after getting through "seven layers of bureaucratic kids" in the Democrat's campaign, he talked with former Georgia Sen. Max Cleland about information that would counter criticism of Kerry's Vietnam War service. The Associated Press obtained a copy of the e-mail Saturday. "I asked if they wanted to counterattack or ride this to ground and outlast it, not spending any money. (Cleland) said counterattack. So I gave them the information to do it with," Burkett wrote.”
What a story this could turn out to be! And what better reason for CBS and Rather to be so defiant about the obvious forgery.