Dear Charlie,Where's Jack Tatum when you need him?
Riding on the momentum they helped drive at the Republican National Convention last week, two key Bush-Cheney '04 surrogates come online to chat with you. Both members of the BC '04 "African Americans for Bush" steering committee and stellar athletes, NFL Hall of Famer Lynn Swann and former Congressman J.C. Watts, bring an experienced viewpoint to the importance of principled leadership. Swann and Watts, superstars in their own right, will be teaming up with you to discuss their careers and why President Bush is the man who upholds the ideals of all Americans, regardless of race or background.
Lynn Swann, Thursday, September 9, 11:00 - 11:30 am EDT
NFL Hall of Famer Lynn Swann will take your questions about his experience as a fitness advisor and friend of President Bush. Swann, who led the first meeting of "African Americans for Bush" in July, will also discuss why African Americans, who traditionally vote Democrat, should cast their vote to re-elect the President this year.
Congressman J.C. Watts, Friday, September 10, 2:00 - 3:00 pm EDT
Former Congressman J.C. Watts, BC '04 National African American Steering Committee Chair, takes your questions about the campaign's grassroots efforts being pioneered by African Americans and other minority groups and discusses President Bush's record of accomplishment and forward-looking agenda for Americans in diverse communities.
"Can a society which is incapable of protecting individual privacy even within one's four walls rightfully claim that it respects the individual and…
I frequently feel like writing something longer and sometimes writing it here. Unfortunately, my windows of opportunity these days are five minutes…