Wednesday, April 14, 2004

U.S.: Wictory Wednesday!!

Today is Wictory Wednesday, folks. Since I'm a woman, I'm allowed to change my mind. Yesterday, I was pro-Kerry; today, I'm pro-Bush. Women are expected do things like that without looking like we're indecisive. It comes under the heading of "woman's privilege" or "female prerogative." Whatever, I like it.

Anyway, all pleasantries aside, here's how you can contribute to the re-election of President George W. Bush. If you're an American citizen:

I urge you to exercise your right as an American citizen to register to vote and support our President. You can register to vote right now by visiting Register to Vote for George W. Bush. The upcoming presidential election could be very close -- every bit as close as 2000 -- and your vote will matter. With the challenge we face of keeping this nation prosperous and secure, the stakes of this election couldn't be higher. Make your voice heard by registering to vote at Register to Vote for George W. Bush.
If you're a legal alien, contact the INS and apply for citizenship. No, you won't become a citizen in time to vote for the election, but you can begin the application process. If you're an illegal alien, there are legal paths to take to regularize your status so you can eventually exercise all the rights and privileges of American citizenship. Alternative information sources are here and here. I'll research some of these if anybody is interested.

Whether you're a citizen or a legal resident, you can work towards GWB's re-election by becoming a Bush Volunteer; by making a campagin donation of even $5. Every little counts. Remember, GWB is not just up against the Kerry Ketchup mega-millions, he's also up against George Soros's billions. Even $5 goes a long way when it's joined by other $5. If you can contribute more, freely give. Additionally, if you've got a blog, you can add Bush-Cheney campaign news to it. For those who like to shop, buy Bush-Cheney campaign gear at the GWB Online Store. (Caveat: I'm in the process of verifying that legal residents may contribute time and/or money to political campaigns. After all, we're not Democrats here. In the event that the law does not permit it, you're no doubt free to purchase Bush-Cheney campaign gear.)

If you wish to give to the Bush re-election campaign via CaribPundit, on Wictory Wednesdays, you can hit the blog's tip jar and send me a note. What I'll do then is to move the money on to GWB's election campaign along with a list of donors. Yeah, yeah, I get to look good ! Furthermore, I'll also blog post a list of donors by first name/nickname/anonymous/whatever turns you on. Freel free to email me with comments, requests, whatever. Your mail will be private and confidential, unless you indicate otherwise.

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