Will Kerry make the same mistakes as Clinton?

October 31, 2004

Dear Editor:

George W. Bush has been a fine president in the past four years. But the question is: Will John Kerry? The answer is no.

For one, John Kerry cannot make up his mind. If he is elected president, will he follow through with all of his promises made? Two, a former president (Bill Clinton) is campaigning for Kerry. During Clinton's presidency, this happened:

* On Feb. 26, 1993, the World Trade Center was bombed. Six people died and more than a 1,000 were injured.


* On Aug. 7, 1998, two U.S. embassies in Africa were bombed. 213 people died and an estimated 4,000 people were injured.

* On Oct.12, 2000, the U.S.S. Cole was bombed. Seventeen U.S. sailors died and 39 U.S. sailors were injured.

After each of these events, President Clinton promised to hunt the criminals down. And did he? No!

If Clinton would have kept the promises he had made, then maybe an estimated 7,000 people in New York and Washington, D.C., would be alive today.

If you were running for president, and a former president was campaigning for you, would you listen to what they had to say? You probably would.

Is John Kerry going to listen to President Clinton? If John Kerry is elected, will he make the same mistakes President Clinton did?

President Bush has proven to be a good leader.

I hope everyone will see that President Bush is the right person for the next four years. And I do encourage everyone to vote for President Bush on Tuesday.

Chloe Wilcher


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