Thursday, October 14, 2004

Optimism and the election

There is an old adage that you get what you ask for.
I have said this before but I think it is especially important in this election.
Opponents of President Bush keep talking about how bad things are in Iraq and how bad the economy is. And the worse the news is in Iraq the better they feel about their prospects. And the worse the news could be on the economy the better off they are. So they keep spreading bad news.
President Bush is talking optimistically about the future. The United States of America is a force for good bringing freedom to Afghanistan and Iraq. The economy, by several measures, is growing at a very nice clip. Home ownership is up. And the President is talking about initiatives in education and taxes that promote an optimistic growing economy.
You get what you ask for. And that's why President George W. Bush deserves the vote of all Americans.


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