Newt Gingrich brings a historian’s eye and a politician’s discernment to his elaboration of the unifying theme in President Bush’s leadership: “When you vote for the president’s re-election, you’re voting for courage…” (Courtesy of reader Vince Haley.)
Paul Johnson also brings a historian’s eye to his development of the thesis that President Bush must be reelected and John Kerry must be stopped: “Campaign 2004: High stakes.” As Gingrich elaborates on his admiration for President Bush, Johnson elaborates on his disdain for Kerry. The drawing above accompanies Johnson’s column on the Hispanic American Research Center site to which reader Gary Thomas directed us.
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