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Crusaders dominated at the GOP convention

The Republican National Convention is over. The leadership has drawn the battle lines of the election campaign they want to fight. Party heavyweights like Mitt Romney and Rudy Giuliani, led by vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin, fired the opening salvos in a culture war that threatens to make the 2004 election look like a gentleman's contest over whether the American people would rather have a beer with George W. Bush or with John Kerry.

Governor Palin asked, "What does he (Obama) actually seek to accomplish, after he's done turning back the waters and healing the planet?" Senator McCain told America, "I'm not running for president because I think I'm blessed with such personal greatness that history has anointed me to save our country in its hour of need." Those who have read any history or Bible now know that this election contest is between a true American hero and your average hockey mom on the Republican side, and some Democrat who came out of nowhere and harbors illusions that he will lead enslaved Americans to freedom. If we're voting for a former prisoner of war instead of a policy, McCain will win. Join the enthusiasm of the Republican Convention, and see this election as a contest between those who would fight to win — in Iraq, against evil everywhere — prevailing over an opponent who would forfeit victory. The true American who always puts country before self will vanquish the effete Democrat whose only mention of victory is about his own campaign. The real America of hard-working, upright people will show the Eastern elite establishment that the proud citizens of the greatest country on earth will fight until the last great hope prevails. Since the U.S. economy is basically sound, the fighters for individual enterprise and the freedom to keep more of what you earn will defeat the Democrats who will take your money, tell you where you must send your kids to school, and put a bureaucrat between you and your doctor.

These are compelling arguments for some, and woe be to those vile members of the liberal press who might ask about specific policies, or worse, believe that the public has a right to know more about the background of the Republican candidate for vice president than Senator McCain thought necessary in choosing her. The Republican campaign handlers have mounted a full scale assault on media they don't like, canceled a scheduled McCain appearance on CNN, and denied press access to Palin. When mounting a crusade, your cause must be beyond question.

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