Tuesday, October 12, 2004

How many more are just like her?

In simple words, but with eloquent thought, an anonymous Jewish housewife and mother in New York City explains why she will be voting for Dubya on November 2. Well worth your time to read. It's at The Command Post and is titled: A Jewish liberal New Yorker on why she is voting for Bush (Hat Tip: Roger Simon)

One wonders: just how many 9/11 liberals and moderates are silently waiting to come forward on election day and do the right thing?

An excerpt or two:

If we went to Iraq too early to please Senator Kerry, we are now lingering too long for his taste. Dismayed by the hopeless “quagmire” he perceives, he has declared his intention to bring our troops home as soon as possible, preferably in six months.

Too early, too late: It’s never quite the right time to do battle on Senator Kerry’s calendar. There is always another ally to consult, resolution to be passed, conference to be convened, process to be perfected, obstacle to be avoided. And yet history has appointed the hour of our challenge, and however much we wish to turn back time, our moment has come.

“You can not escape the responsibility of tomorrow by evading it today,” said President Lincoln at another decisive moment in our nation’s history. The War on Islamic Terror must be waged fully, humanely, and successfully. This monumental battle is both our burden and our privilege, for as Thomas Paine said when our country was born, “If there must be trouble let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.”

Please read the whole thing.


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