Survey of French citizens resulted in 90% support for Kerry over Bush.
Survey of 4,000 full time and part-time US military personel resulted in 73% for Bush and 18% for Kerry.
The big problem people have with President Bush is his policy on Iraq, yet the people MOST effected by this policies give him the highest level of support.
Conversely, the people (among many others) who are LEAST effected by his policies (because of their consistent non-support for anything America does to try to improve the world) give him the least support.
Ruminate on that one, folks. Who’s camp would you rather be associated with?
Please remember that France is a nation that has hated and fought against everything we stand for since we liberated their country over 50 years.
They wouldn’t allow Reagan to deploy land based nuclear weapons to deter the communist threat during the cold war.
They wouldn’t grant fly over access for the surgical strike Reagan launched on Libya in retaliation for the Pan Am airline bombing.
The list goes on and on. This is a country totally against us in every way and they support Kerry by a margin of 9 to 1.
Then here’s a quote from Edwards, just today, from the Drudge Report:
Dem vp hopeful John Edwards cut to the chase last night on ABCNEWS NIGHTLINE:
ABC’S BOB WOODRUFF: “He has avoided the kind of negative attacks that can make national news, although recently, he has stepped up his rhetoric.”
SEN. JOHN EDWARDS (D-NC) (clip of a speech): “I’d say if you live in the United States of America and you vote for George Bush, you’ve lost your mind.”
WOODRUFF: “There’s been criticism that you have been too soft.”
EDWARDS: “Do I seem soft to you?”
It’s like these people are TRYING to lose this election. It’s just sad, very sad.