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Labor Day Campaign Kickoff Touches on War, Economy

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Labor Day Campaign Kickoff Touches on War, Economy

I read the article "Labor Day Campaign Kickoff Touches on War, Economy," and I believed that the idea of politics is confusing because I do not pay much attention to today's news. To me, current politics are meaningless because Bush is too war loving, Kerry changes his mind too often and has a not so impressive war history, and politics overall tells people what they want to hear.

Every time I hear about Bush's position in politics, I hear about the war in the Middle East. For example, in the article I read Bush stated, "It was right for America and it's right for America now that Saddam Hussein is no longer in power." With this statement, it proves to me that the only thing Bush cares about is war with Iraq and now not what is happening in the United States.

Kerry does not know what he is going to do if he gets elected as president; just like we do not know anything about Kerry. The only thing we know is that he was a part of the Vietnam War. When I asked my friends about Kerry, they replied by saying they have only seen his picture of him smiling at a camera in Vietnam. They did not think that Kerry had good intentions for fighting in the Vietnam War. They thought he only went

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