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Kerry is America's best choice
Editor,
In the first presidential debate, I was hoping to hear two things.
First, I wanted to hear John Kerry lay out his plans for Iraq and for winning the war on terror. I wasn't disappointed. Kerry staked out a strong plan to bring peace to Iraq and to refocus our efforts to fight terrorists around the world.
Second, I wanted to hear President Bush tell the truth about Iraq, but he refused. While his own intelligence services, military advisers, Republican colleagues, and even his Secretary of State have said that Iraq is in chaos, Bush still presents a version of Iraq seen through rose-colored glasses.
This debate made it clear: John Kerry is a leader we can trust to tell us the truth when it comes to our nation's security. George Bush has had his chance; I'm ready for a new direction.
John Kerry left no doubt he can lead the fight to hunt and kill, if necessary, any terrorist that threatens Americans. He offered hope for a fresh start in Iraq and a clear determination and plan to end the war and bring our troops home. He is clearly an exciting choice for America's future.
Brenda Jameson
Hartselle

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