Eat At Joes

Just a regular Joe who is angry that the USA, the country he loves, is being corrupted and damaged from within and trying to tell his fellow Americans the other half of the story that they don’t get on the TV News.

Location: Chicago, Illinois, United States

Monday, August 02, 2004

Only Whites who swear allegiance to Bush allowed to attend or photograph the Vice President of the US

Americans who want to hear their Vice President speak must sign Loyalty Oaths that they will support the election of President Bush in November. Americans who want to see their Vice President who will not swear allegiance to Bush/Cheney will not be allowed in. Vietnam veteran Michael Ortiz y Pino said he refused to sign the pledge and was refused tickets. When the Kerry camp was asked about this a spokesman said, "I think that every American should have the right to see their vice president and hear from him firsthand what he plans to do for our country." The Bush camp disagrees. They claim that it is "Secret Security stuff" that requires this. No other candidate in US history has required loyalty oaths of people attending their speeches. Third world countries run by tin pot dictators may have, but not in the USA.

On a related story...

President Bush's re-election campaign insisted on knowing the race of an Arizona Daily Star journalist assigned to photograph Vice President Dick Cheney. When the editor refused to tell them, he was told that the journalist probably wouldn't be allowed to to photograph Cheney. They said that this is to insure the Vice President's safety. I guess Cheney must feel unsafe in the presence of some races of people. I wonder which.


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