October 1, 2004

Bush Mentions Border - Kerry Does Not
One chance to win - make the invasion an issue - catch Kerry in Mexican camp

What's Wrong With This Picture? -- 95% in Lou Dobbs poll believe securing U.S. borders is an integral part of homeland security.
Homeland Security Question
Presidential Debate - Sept. 30 - Coral Gables, FL
    When Jim Lehrer asked Kerry what he would do differently to increase the homeland security of the United States from what Bush is doing, Kerry said, in this order, more cops, fixing subways and tunnels, inspecting cargo ships, stopping tax cuts for the wealthy, protecting chemical plants and chasing down nuclear material in Russia. No mention of borders.
    In his response, Bush spoke first of creating the DHS to protect borders and ports and then of adding more border patrol agents and modernizing the border.
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