LET Kerry offers country real leadership
At a time when Americans need real leadership to solve the real problems, Democrats would do well to nominate the populist United States Senator and Vietnam veteran John Kerry to run against George W. Bush.
Whether it be the struggling economy, the war on terror, complex foreign policy decisions, or the need to reinvest in schools, the elderly, and the disenfranchised, John Kerry is an experienced, intelligent, and visionary leader. America needs a leader who can truly unite our country and lead us toward a greater vision of ourselves and our world position.
John Kerry is this kind of leader. In his 19 years in the Senate, Kerry has shown himself to be an independent and effective leader by taking on corporate welfare and government waste; pushing for campaign finance reform; working with John McCain in the search for the truth about Vietnam veterans declared POW/MIA; and insisting on accountability, investment, and excellence in public education.
Throughout his term as president, Bush has worked almost exclusively on behalf of powerful corporations, the welathy, and the conservative right -- he is not the "uniter" he claimed to be. The class warfare policies of the Bush administration clear the way for a positive, people-first, John Kerry campaign to be successful.