Politics in New Jersey

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Sources have confirmed that John Kerry’s campaign requested Governor McGreevey to wait until afterrepparttar November 2, 2004 presidential election to resign. The source stated, “The Kerry campaign asked him to stay on until afterrepparttar 125968 election because they need to have consistency until afterrepparttar 125969 (presidential) election.”

Additionally,repparttar 125970 source confirmedrepparttar 125971 Kerry campaign requestedrepparttar 125972 stay in McGreevey leaving office because, “the campaign contactedrepparttar 125973 Governor's Office and asked McGreevey to hold off on resigning, according torepparttar 125974 source, fearing such a disruption would shift campaign funds and focus away from Kerry's race and into a contest for governor on Nov. 2.”

What’s more concerning isrepparttar 125975 governor’s decision to put politics ahead of what’s good forrepparttar 125976 state of New Jersey.

If McGreevey were to resign before Sept. 3, there would be a special election Nov. 2 to fillrepparttar 125977 remaining 14 months of his term.

However, after September 3, 2004, Senate President Richard J. Codey, D-Essex, will likely be acting governor until January 2006.

Democrats said Republicans were exploitingrepparttar 125978 situation for political reasons.

Politics will be politics, inrepparttar 125979 endrepparttar 125980 only people who payrepparttar 125981 price isrepparttar 125982 “citizens.” Whether it is domestic issues orrepparttar 125983 current threat of terrorism in New Jerseyrepparttar 125984 citizens should demandrepparttar 125985 right to an open election.

Josh Bunton is the former editor of ConservativeIssues.com. Josh’s commentaries appear on RenewAmerica.us and have been featured on ChronWatch. You can visit Josh’s WebSite at ReadJJB.com

Anybody but BUSH!

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However, contrary torepparttar popular myth that Saddam and Osama Bin Laden’s terrorist network were not related, they were.

On November 24, 2003,repparttar 125967 Weekly Standard reported that “OSAMA BIN LADEN and Saddam Hussein had an operational relationship fromrepparttar 125968 early 1990s to 2003 that involved training in explosives and weapons of mass destruction, logistical support for terrorist attacks, al Qaeda training camps and safe haven in Iraq, and Iraqi financial support for al Qaeda-- perhaps even for Mohamed Atta--according to a top secret U.S. government memorandum.”

Onrepparttar 125969 issue of greed I believerepparttar 125970 way many libertarians do. Nobody knows how much I desire to make my life complete. Furthermorerepparttar 125971 notion that somebody else should decide this for me is pure socialism, or is that what these protestors really desire?

Finally there isrepparttar 125972 issue of hate and lies. Hate. I think not. President Bush has done more in four years to help find a cure for aids and provide humanitarian aid to Africa than any president sincerepparttar 125973 AIDS epidemic begun.

Additionally President Bush isrepparttar 125974 only President to appoint to African Americans to his cabinet inrepparttar 125975 history ofrepparttar 125976 United States.

Now to addressrepparttar 125977 lies issue. Liberals andrepparttar 125978 liberal media have played this card since 9/11/01. First there was Howard Dean advancingrepparttar 125979 theory that George Bush knew about September 11, 2001.

You have Ted Kennedy saying President Bush came up withrepparttar 125980 Iraq war in Texas for political gain.

Remember whenrepparttar 125981 media had a frenzy withrepparttar 125982 sixteen words in President Bush’s state ofrepparttar 125983 union speech. I believe this line sums it up “You can only tell a lie if you knowrepparttar 125984 information you possess is not true.”

These protestors are promoting a liberal agenda that is based on lies. Asrepparttar 125985 title of my article says Anybody but Bush is what liberals seek. Liberals would rather riskrepparttar 125986 national security of our country to regain power, than to unite withrepparttar 125987 president to protect our freedoms.

Joshua Bunton is a freelance writer and business man in Indianapolis. He is interested in current events and contributes op-ed articles to various websites. Joshua receives e-mail at jbunton@readjjb.com

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