Monday, October 25, 2004

Guest Writer Today!

"Do, or do not. There is no 'try'."—Yoda, The Empire Strikes Back

Bush Friendly Fire At America’s Seniors

The Bush Prescription Drug Plan is a major economic blow for the seniors in America. George Bush doesn't allow American seniors to get drugs in Canada that are up to 80% cheaper.

His stem cell research decision has back fired, missing its intended target and is nothing else but friendly fire. What happens is this; without trading drugs internationally (which in itself is against what the American flag stands for with free trade) and without stem cell research, America’s future is going to be like the many American mothers who hang yellow ribbons as they wait in vain for their brave sons and daughters to come home but never does. America’s future is going to be lonelier, more expensive, colder and so much more insecure for the seniors if Bush wins this election. In the end, with no imports or domestic research, Bush is raining down friendly fire aimed at America’s seniors. John Kerry has the right weapon and knows how to use it correctly.

Kerry will take the responsibility and carry the heavy burden for America’s elderly, protect them from distraction, and appeal to the best in every elderly citizen in the United States of America. He will be truly visible to the American troops and will fight the war to cut the costs of prescription drugs that have been rising 17% a year. Kerry will carry on fighting for those who need it most, because he is a brave American little soldier that is bold and strong and must carry on. His aim is strait and clear and he has claimed this battlefield.

Sent in by Markus Fors, Sweden, Europe, Earth

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