Why John Kerry should not be elected president:
John Kerry will raise taxes and increase spending. John Kerry voted against a proposal to cut congressional pay while voting against a ban on the death tax. Mr. Kerry voted on a tax on domestic oil production.
John Kerry voted against a strong defense. Mr. Kerry has voted to cut many weapons systems the military uses. Mr. Kerry supports an International Court that claims jurisdiction over U.S forces stationed overseas. Mr. Kerry voted to authorize the war then voting against the appropriate funds to fight the war. Mr. Kerry tried to slash U.S. Intelligence budget before September 11 but attacked Bush for lack of spending.
Mr. Kerry does not stand for a traditional marriage. Mr. Kerry is a radical environmentalist who blocked domestic energy production. Mr. Kerry voted to exempt military bases from Endangered Species. Mr. Kerry has voted to expand the clean air act and override President Reagan's veto of a costly and business unfriendly bill expanding the Clean Water Act of 1972. Mr. Kerry voted to kill an amendment to continue a moratorium on listing new endangered species until and voted against oil drilling on federal land.
Mr. Kerry would restrict 2nd Amendment rights. Mr. Kerry voted for federal firearm registration, voted for Brady law, against concealed weapons permits for self-defense, and Feinstein Semi-Automatic ban. Mr. Kerry would appoint activist judges. Mr. Kerry is a known flip flop on crucial issues such as funding the troops, defense of marriage, troop deployment, and judicial appointees.
Mr. Kerry stopped short calling President Bush a liar. Vice-Presidential candidate John Edwards and Mr. Kerry claim that the draft won't be reinstated if they're elected. Mr. Kerry has insulted foreign leaders. The choice for this University of Phoenix student (GPA of 3.0) is President Bush. President Bush has proven leadership and right for education.