Why I think George Bush's Policies Best Support the Peace Corps

Peace Corps Online: Peace Corps News: Special Reports: May 10, 2004: Elections 2004: Leave a message here if you think George Bush's policies best support the spirit and mission of the Peace Corps: Why I think George Bush's Policies Best Support the Peace Corps

By Esther Joan Glowa ( on Friday, May 14, 2004 - 4:49 pm: Edit Post

Our President Bush has proved to be a strong leader in very difficult times. I trust George Bush to be an honest, Christian leader who wants the best for our country and to protect Americans' freedom from the terrorists. He has recommended to Congress to increase the Peace Corps Program and budget--getting it through is another thing. We need the Peace Corps (PC has had a very small budget for years)to build good relationships in other countries. I just moved back home to KC MO after living 34 years in New England--CT, 23 years; Massachusetts the last 11 years. I'm familiar with the very crooked politics throughout the State--they wanted to lead the country in dissolving the family & promoting same-sex marriage and do away with any traditional values, abort our babies, educate the school children all into experimenting in homosexuality--that you just don't have to stay 'straight.' (I kept up on it as a former teacher, & HUD employee.) John Kerry is the most liberal of any Senator. I wouldn't trust him on a bet or vote for him. He lives off other men's wives and daughters, he waffles--changes his mind much on voting issues, war--past & present and protested Vietnam with Jane Fonda. He does not have the leadership it takes to be President of the United States--he could not comprehend 'the poor' owning six mansions that cost millions throughout the world.

By Mike Smith (dialup- - on Monday, June 28, 2004 - 2:10 pm: Edit Post

My experience in West Africa in the middle 70's really impressed upon me that socialism is a root cause of poverty,poor living conditions and ultimately war. President Bush best epitomizes capitalism and freedom. His challenger epitomizes socialism, poverty and civil unrest.

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