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Bush may get fooled by voters in 2004

Dear Editor,

So Bush the smirker has raised $30 million to “buy the presidency.” He should try helping the people that are out of a job and have no place to live or food for their tables. If the people turn out and vote, he may get fooled, the ones that think it was an “unnecessary war,” and so far no W.M.D. or just a “piddling little” like two empty trucks, or a few things hidden under a rosebush for 12 years.

The soldiers that are stuck over there need to come home to their families.



Bush is not worried; he can go to Camp David, Crawford, Texas, or use Air Force One to go all over the country to raise millions of dollars from rich friends. Guess who is paying for the airplane to carry him? The taxpayer, and it’s thousands of dollars each trip. Why doesn’t he have to pay for “personal use?”

Didn’t they say Clinton would not use Air Force One for personal reasons or for his wife to fly someplace. Funny how some can do something and the next person can’t.



Depends on who you are and who you know. Nothing is fair and balanced in our government.

Mildred Baumli

Carbondale


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