I have added a quote from Linda Chavez, it seemed to fit well from perspective..
My personal reason was best stated by Linda Chavez on Aug 11, 2004. In her article entitled"KERRY'S DAMNING PAST", her statement is as follows:
"What Kerry did in Vietnam is not the real issue. It's what he did when he came back to the safety of U.S. shores that rankles so many who served this country. John Kerry lied about what he had seen in Vietnam and impugned the integrity of everyone who had served with him. Kerry testified before Congress on April 22, 1971, that his fellow sailors and soldiers had "raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in a fashion reminiscent of Genghis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks and generally ravaged the countryside of Vietnam. ... " A few days later, Kerry went on "Meet the Press" saying that he, personally, had "committed atrocities" in Vietnam, as well as accusing other American servicemen -- the men he now refers to as his "band of brothers" -- of doing the same.
Kerry doesn't like to talk about these gross fabrications now, hoping that people will remember only the stories of his own heroism, not his attacks on the honor of the men who served with him in Vietnam. But for many of those who remember Kerry's bitter and false statements, he will never be fit to become commander-in-chief."
(Mrs. Chavez is a nationally syndicated columnist, president of the Center for Equal Opportunity, and author of An Unlikely Conservative by Basic Books).
So, please look over the photos of my truck (Urban Assault Vehicle). As just one individual, I was frustrated about what I could afford to do to help defeat Kerry in this election. Advertising was too expensive and would not reach many folks. Donations to National Organizations did not seem personal enough and who knows where the money is really spent.
I decided to turn my truck into a UAV, a rolling billboard in my quest to defeat Mr. Kerry. This way I could at least get the folks around me to discuss the election among themselves while we are all stuck in traffic together or in parking lots. One traffic jam and one parking lot at a time. It has worked out better than I had ever imagined or hoped for. Even better, I am exercising my First Amendment right to free speech.
Hooray for Freedom!
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