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Open Letter Signed by 24 Olympians and Professional Athletes

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To our fellow Americans:

We have given much thought to the values and characteristics that make a great athlete. Our lives have been spent trying to run farther, push further, and jump higher than the person beside us, or across the field of our chosen sport. With years of training and exhaustive competition beneath our belts, we have identified the values necessary to compete and win--values like personal strength, determination, a sense of fair play and faith.

The same qualities that make a great athlete make a great President--the determination to do what is right, regardless of the latest polls, the personal strength to bear the weight of the nation on your shoulders, and the faith that a higher power will direct the actions of good people.

We see in President Bush these same qualities.

In 2001, our nation was attacked without cause or provocation. The President's values saw us through those dark days after the terrorist attack. The economy was rocked by the dual blows of the terrorists' cowardly action and the reckless disregard of the rules by a few rogue executives. But President Bush's decisive, principled leadership has moved America forward, and today our nation is safer and our economy is strong and getting stronger.

The fight against terrorism takes decisiveness. It takes continued support for our troops and first responders. But most importantly, it takes courage and inspirational leadership in the White House. In these critical times, our President has had the courage to stand up and do what's right.

For that and for his unwavering character, we choose George W. Bush as our President for the next four years. He is a leader we can depend on to make the tough decisions and the right decisions. Please join us in supporting a candidate of courage, President Bush--a leader who backs our troops defending our nation and shares our values.

Sincerely,

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In other news, Iran has also endorsed Bush. Hasan Rowhani, head of the Supreme National Security Council, Iran's top security decision-making body, said on Tuesday that it's in Tehran's best interest if Bush is re-elected.

It's funny, part of the Iranians' reasoning is that Bush made such spectacular mistakes in Iraq with such horrible repercussions that there is no way that he would be stupid enough to attack Iran. The Iranians are sadly mistaken if they think that Bush has learned anything from Iraq, but it's kind of funny how it's obvious to them that Iraq is a fiasco but Bush still may be re-elected by Americans who are still in denial.

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Also in other news:

- Yasser Arafat

- The French

- Al Jazeera

- PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization)

- CPUSA (Communist Party Of The United States Of America) http://www.cpusa.org/

All have endorsed John Kerry.

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Palestininans of all stripes are interested in seeing Bush go for reasons that should hopefully be obvious even to you Obby.

Remember how hard Clinton was working to try to push for peace between Palestine and Israel? Remember how he just kept pushing at it like Carter, trying to make it work? Remember the big successes, followed immediately by Bush just not giving a damn once he was in charge? Remember the situation completely falling apart as Bush sat back and let Sharon do his thang?

But you blind yourself to all of those realities and jump up and down pointing your finger at Yasser Arafat, trying to imply that John Kerry supports terrorism. And we're supposed to end up supporting your world view in the upcoming election.

No thanks McCarthy.

Palestinians want to see Bush ousted because he dropped the ball on them and their lives are worse off now, and because they sympathize with their Arab brothers who we're killing in Iraq. They want to see Bush go because he hugely fucked up their lives.

Iranians support Bush because they think that he so hugely fucked up already that he wouldn't dare to fuck up their lives too. They apparently don't realize that he's going to do it by proxy by selling arms to Israel and letting Israel do the bombing so that we don't have to, but whatever, their mistake. Kerry will likely do exactly the same thing anyway.

Point is that both the Palestinian endorsements of Kerry and the Iranian endorsement of Bush are indictments of incompetency against Bush.

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Oh and your cartoon is funny but North Korea and Iran both continue to thumb their noses at Bush and pursue nuclear weapons. If intimidation was the goal then get a grip on the fact that it didn't work. Cuba and Syria aren't exactly taking orders from Washington right now either.

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Canada blows more than our current government does. They're too far left.

You know me though. I want my guns, drugs, booze, and porn and I'll be happy.

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In other news, Iran has also endorsed Bush. Hasan Rowhani, head of the Supreme National Security Council, Iran's top security decision-making body, said on Tuesday that it's in Tehran's best interest if Bush is re-elected.

It's funny, part of the Iranians' reasoning is that Bush made such spectacular mistakes in Iraq with such horrible repercussions that there is no way that he would be stupid enough to attack Iran. The Iranians are sadly mistaken if they think that Bush has learned anything from Iraq, but it's kind of funny how it's obvious to them that Iraq is a fiasco but Bush still may be re-elected by Americans who are still in denial.

Russia endorsed Bush too....

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