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September 27, 2004

How Do You Feel About Your Country? – Part One

John P. Snyder

One can only assume that the vast majority of Americans love their country. From that point, however opinions and feelings diverge into a myriad of positions. How one views their country, I believe, dictates for whom they will most likely vote on November 2nd.

Should you find yourself nodding in agreement with any of the following statements, you won't have to be a mind reader to know for whom you'll be voting.

For those who agree with one more of those statements, you should feel right at home in the Democratic Party, and feel very good about your vote for John Kerry. He and Sen. John Edwards share your beliefs.

(Editor’s Note: Part Two of John Snyder’s “How Do You Feel About Your County?” will appear later this week.)



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