The Democrats' repeated charge that President Bush broke his 2000 campaign promise to be a uniter, not a divider, is fundamentally dishonest and wrongheaded, as is their insistence following this election, that he begin the healing process.
The voters spoke clearly on that topic Tuesday night when they re-elected President George W Bush.
One of the more popular anti-Republican documents making the rounds on the Internet is titled 'Things You Have to Believe to Vote Republican Today.'
As the campaign races to the end, with George W. Bush holding a slight lead over John Kerry in most polls, it is interesting to go back and see how much of the political conventional wisdom (you read some of it in this space) has proved to be wrong.
A lot of politicians are paying lip service to traditional marriage this year. But we can't just listen to what they say when the cameras are on. We have to research what they've said throughout their careers, look at their voting records, and figure out where they really stand.
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