Friday, October 22, 2004

Democrats For Bush

ABC News' political journal The Note (on August 11, 2004) stated, "we still can't find a single American who voted for Al Gore in 2000 who is planning to vote for George Bush in 2004. " Now with just 11 days remaining until the Presidential election, and because The Note never followed up on this, allow me to present some Democrats who voted for Gore in 2000 who support President Bush this time around.

Senator Zell Miller - This Georgia Democrat is perhaps the best known non-Republican supporter of President Bush. As he states in his book A National Part No More: The Conscience Of A Conservative Democrat, Miller trusts President Bush with the security of this nation and his family above any of hte Democratic leaders. Zell says the national Democrats have been taken down a road to ultra-liberalism, and it goes against the traditional principles of the Democratic Party he grew up in.

Ed Koch - The former mayor of New York City says, "I intend to vote in 2004 to reelect President Bush... The Democrats have decided that in order to get their party's nomination, they must pander to its radical left wing. As a result, the Democratic candidates, even those who voted to authorize the war in Iraq, have attacked the Bush administration for its successful effort to remove a regime that was a sponsor of terrorism and a threat to world peace.

Randy Kelly - The mayor of Saint Paul, Minnesota says, "With just over 90 days left before the election I feel extremely confident that the message, priorities, and policies of President George W. Bush will better serve America and the people of Minnesota over the next four years."

George M. McKelvey - Mayor of Youngstown, Ohio endorsed President Bush fopr re-election, calling him a "friend" and a "kind, caring, God-fearing man."

Many Democrats who will vote for President Bush have alligned on the Internet and prepared websites explaining their rationale. Check out the following:

Democrats For Bush/Cheney 04

Democrats For Bush Blog