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letterstotheeditor




Reader urges votes

for Bush



Dear Editor,



New job figures and other recent economic data show that America’s economy is strong and getting stronger, and that the President’s jobs and growth plan is working. The Labor Department announced that employers added 288,000 new jobs in April. In total, over 1.1 million jobs have been added since August, with eight consecutive months of gains.

America has a choice; it can continue to grow the economy and create new jobs as the President’s policies are doing, or it can raise taxes on American families and small businesses, hurting economic recovery and future job creation.

President Bush’s pro-growth agenda, strong education system and policies to help American workers gain the skills to secure good jobs are the right ways to respond to the challenges of our growing and changing economy.

The President’s jobs and growth policies have put the economy on the road to recovery, but there is more work to be done.

The President has outlined a six-point plan to create even more job opportunities for America’s workers and keep America the best place in the world to do business. The plan includes enabling families and businesses to plan for the future with confidence by making tax reductions permanent, making health care costs more affordable and predictable, reducing the burden of lawsuits on our economy, ensuring an affordable, reliable energy supply, streamlining regulations and paperwork requirements, and opening new markets for American products and services.

In closing, I urge your readers to make the right choice and vote for George W. Bush on Nov. 2.

Sincerely,

Johnny Cubb

Clinton



Kerry’s religious values questioned



Dear Editor,



Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry recently pointed out that over 1,000 American soldiers have died in the war with Iraq.

This is heartbreaking, and our prayers are with their families.

John Kerry ignores, however, the fact that thousands of babies lose their lives daily in America since the atrocity of abortion was forced upon us.

Combining the deaths of all our soldiers killed in every war America has been involved with (on our own and foreign soil), the death toll does not come near the 40-million-plus lives lost in this unjust war against children in the womb.

Where is John Kerry’s outrage over these lives taken?

Where life and death (are) concerned, once again John Kerry flip-flops — his viewpoint permits certain human beings to be killed, but not others!

During the past [1988] political debate, Democrat Lloyd Benson mocked Dan Quayle when he said, “ … you are no Jack Kennedy.”

A Catholic is taught not to judge another person, but it is permissible to judge another’s actions. John Kerry says he’s Catholic. As a Catholic, I would like to point out, based upon his actions concerning abortion, John Kerry is no Catholic!



Sincerely,

Fran Markiewicz

Farragut

 

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