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Audacious Warning on Voting for Kerry

September 10, 2004

Re "Cheney Warns of Risk if Rivals Win," Sept. 8: On the day when the U.S. military death toll in Iraq reached 1,000, revealing the administration's monumental misjudgment and incompetence, the vice president has the audacity to charge that a vote for the Kerry/Edwards ticket would be risky.

Is there no limit to the chutzpah and perfidy of the Bush/Cheney administration? The vice president may have no choice but to defend the indefensible. But we should not be fooled.

Naidu Permaul

Pacific Palisades

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Cheney has warned that electing John F. Kerry president would make the U.S. more vulnerable to a terrorist attack, but is the administration prepared to guarantee that there will be no further attacks on the country if it is reelected?

Ernest J. Smith

Seal Beach

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Cheney asserted that if there's a terrorist attack during a Kerry presidency, we'll have Kerry voters to blame. So does this mean that we should hold the Supreme Court accountable for the events of Sept. 11? After all, it selected the current president, under whose leadership terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

Anne Bergman

Sherman Oaks

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Given Cheney's recent comments, perhaps the appropriate slogan for the Bush campaign is, "Vote for Us and Nobody Gets Hurt."

Fred Janssen

Long Beach

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