<a href="http://www.amconmag.com/2004_11_08/cover1.html">link here</a><br><br>the american conservative magazine endorses john kerry. wow! here's just a snippet of their rationale:<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p> If Kerry wins, this magazine will be in opposition from Inauguration Day forward. But the most important battles will take place within the Republican Party and the conservative movement. A Bush defeat will ignite a huge soul-searching within the rank-and-file of Republicandom: a quest<br>to find out how and where the Bush presidency went wrong. And it is then thatmore traditional conservatives will have an audience to argue for a conservatism informed by the lessons of history, based in prudence and a sense of continuity with the American past and to make that case without a<br>powerful White House pulling in the opposite direction.<br><br><br>George W. Bush has come to embody a politics that is antithetical to almost any kind of thoughtful conservatism. His international policies have been based on the hopelessly na´ve belief that foreign peoples are eager to be<br>liberated by American armiesa notion more grounded in Leon Trotsky's concept of global revolution than any sort of conservative statecraft. His immigration policies temporarily put on hold while he runs for re-election are just as extreme. A re-elected President Bush would be committed to<br>bringing in millions of low-wage immigrants to do jobs Americans "won't do." This election is all about George W. Bush, and those issues are enough to render him unworthy of any conservative support.<p><hr></blockquote><p><br>--<br>one of the penalties for refusing to participate in politics is that you end up being governed by your inferiors. -Plato
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