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The 2004 Road Map Back To America

John Kerry
John Kerry
U.S. Senator

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Meet The Next Legimate President of the United States!

John Kerry cemented the Democratic presidential nomination, driving rival John Edwards from the race with a string of Super Tuesday triumphs that left the Massachusetts senator standing alone against President Bush.

"Change is coming to America," Kerry said, capping a remarkable six-week run that began with his candidacy on the brink of extinction in Iowa and New Hampshire.

Dominating all comers, Kerry won 25 of 28 elections as each victory fed on the next in a swell of momentum that persuaded Democrats he could beat Bush. From Edwards' Southern strongholds to the jobs-poor Midwest states of Ohio and Michigan to the growing Southwest battleground of Arizona and to his own New England base, Kerry racked up victories in a primary season that amplified Democratic criticism of the Republican incumbent.

In state after state, Democrats said their top priority was a candidate who could defeat a wartime president with a $100 million-plus campaign treasury. Kerry, a decorated Vietnam veteran, won an overwhelming number of their votes, and now leads a relatively united party against Bush.

"I am a fighter, and for more than 30 years I have been on the battle lines, on the front lines, for fairness and mainstream American values," Kerry told cheering supporters in Washington, D.C., promising to close tax loopholes, offer new incentives for manufacturers, protect the environment, raise the minimum wage and cut health care costs.

The crowd shouted along with him as Kerry delivered his signature line: "If George Bush wants to make national security the central issue of 2004, I have three words that I know he understands - Bring. It. On."

While Democrats prepare to take back America, Bush is busy in the White House working on deception.

911 StoneWalling - CIA Plume StoneWalling - WMD StoneWalling = 3 Strikes! Your Out!!

President Bush's February 8 campaign stop on Meet the Press failed to answer the questions the American people deserve to hear about his failed policies. Instead, Bush took the opportunity to spin the facts and continue misleading the American people with deceptions.

To learn how President Bush's answers on Meet the Press prove that deception is the centerpiece of the Bush-Cheney 2004 reelection strategy, just click on the right hand box of the subject you have interest in.

In the Report:
In our special report, you'll see these Bush deceptions exposed:

President Bush Deceptions Facts
White House Cooperating with 9/11 Commission White House Stonewalled 9/11 Commission Every Step of the Way
We Don't Know What Happened to WMDs David Kay Said No Weapons Existed Before the War
Spending Higher Under Clinton Accounting Gimmicks Created Illusion of Clinton Spending
Momentum in Job Growth Job Growth Is Very Weak
Concerned About Job Creation Administration Won't Extend Unemployment Benefits
Will Cut Deficit in Half in Five Years Deficit Will Be Significantly Higher than Bush Claims
Wars, Corporate Scandals Responsible for Deficits Bush Tax Cuts Largest Cause of Deficits
We Owe Our Troops the Best Under Bush, Military Suffering Resource Shortages

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