Dear Potential Opponent of John Kerry:
I need your help.
My name is Robert Colaco. I founded Citizens For A Better America® (CFABA.ORG)
on October 15, 1992, for the purpose of
electing Morality and Values based candidates for public
office from the lowest to the highest political positions all over the
United States of America.
From time to time that has meant that we have
had to oppose some candidates and to recall others.
In December of 1998, we endorsed the
impeachment of Bill Clinton.
In February of 2003, we endorsed the
recall of California Governor Gray Davis.
Now, we are asking all Americans to vote no on John Kerry.
I believe that many Americans would not vote
for John Kerry if they truly knew what he stood for, the kinds of votes
that he has had in the United States Senate since being elected in
1984. I believe they need to find out this information from a non
Republican Party organization like us.
I need your help. I need your help to get out
the information about why Americans should not vote for John Kerry. How
can you help me?
01. You can tell your friends about this
02. You can contribute one dollar or more to help us.
03. You can mail this page
04. You can cut and past the following link
and tell people to come and check us out.
This site is dedicated to the goal of keeping
John Kerry from becoming the President of the United States of America.
U.S. Senator John Kerry has continued to tell
the American people how he would do everything differently than the
Bush Administration if he was the President as far as Iraq is
concerned. Senator Kerry has not told the American people what
specifically he would have done differently. We at Citizens For A Better America® (CFABA.ORG)
believe that the American people need to be told specifically what
Senator Kerry would have done differently and when he would have done
I was born in Baghdad, Iraq in the year 1957.
I immigrated legally to the United States of America, with my family,
I proudly became a United States Citizen in
1976. The 200th year after the founding of the United States.
The Declaration of Independence that was presented on July 4th, 1776,
continues to be one of the most incredible documents for
freedom in the world. This was certainly one of the reasons that I
choose that year as a 19 year old to take the Oath of Allegiance.
As Congressman Bill
Dannemeyer who served in the United States House of
Representatives (Congress) from 1979 to 1992 and is our Honorary
National Chairman has said to me: "Robert, I really understand why
you do all the volunteer work in politics, because you know what it is
like not to have freedom."
As far as Iraq is concerned I believe Saddam
Hussein would have used weapons against us, as soon as he could have
used weapons against us. If that was indirectly through terrorists or
directly with nuclear weapons he would have used them. Senator
Kerry says that he understood that before. But, if he truly understood
that and had the courage of his convictions, then he would not now want
to get out of Iraq not matter what the consequences are. Including, our
credibility as a nation and whether
the terrorists will win. We as a nation have an enormous opportunity to
bring democracy to the Middle East. However, it will not take a cut and
run approach. It will take an attitude that we will finish what we
It is true we could leave Iraq as a more
dangerous nation then before but that is only if we take Kerry's
abandonment approach. He seems more bent on keeping France and Germany
happy then in looking out for our long term security. He claims he
a safer America because that is what folks want to hear, but if Winston
Churchill had use the same logic as John Kerry then Germany would have
invaded England easily. Instead Churchill told the people of England
they had to sacrifice for the sake of
their own safety and now we have a free Europe. It is often said that
if we do not learn from history we are destined to repeat it. I do not
want to see us repeat 9/11 again.
Again, I ask you to help me. Would you please
donate any amount right now? I hope your answer is yes. Just click on
online button now and you can donate
using your credit card. Would you also help me but telling your friends
about this website.
The bottom line is that we believe that John
Kerry would be bad for America.
If you will look at our CFABA.ORG
Candidate Questionnaire™ it is our understanding that he
would not qualify on very many of our 39 questions. In fact if we were
to rate the candidates that the
media have talked about by percentage of agreement to our standards it
01. George W. Bush
02. Ralph Nader
03. John Kerry
Please understand, we have not endorsed
George W. Bush. We do not endorse any candidate that does not fill out
and return our questionnaire.
I also want you to know what I said about how
I vote in a News Release entitled: CFABA.ORG announces
its recommendation for the March 05, 2002 California elections.
"I have been asked about who will I be voting
for if we did not endorse a candidate, more times than I can count,"
said Colaco. My answer is, "That I will not vote for anyone that has
not received the endorsement of Citizens
For A Better America® (CFABA.ORG).
Some people have been absolutely
appalled at this concept. They have attempted to tell me how we ought
to vote for the lesser of two evils. I rejected that concept many years
ago. I want to see
more morality and values based candidates dare to run for political
office. That happens when the voters say they won't settle for the
lesser of two evils."
I state these things because, I have
received, in some cases repulsive x-rated letters from Democrat
candidates for office blasting me that I
am a George W. Bush supporter. I have appreciated what George W. Bush
has done for our nation. I have
appreciated that he has fought for the traditional family. He has been
a good Pro-life president. Just in those two positions the national
media and Hollywood has aggressively opposed President George W. Bush's
and supported John Kerry. But, neither I
nor Citizens For A Better
supporting George W. Bush, again because he has
not returned our questionnaire to us. However, neither have any other
candidate for President.
We know this, that in our opinion, John Kerry
should not be elected to the office of President of the United States
of America. Honestly, I do not know of any single issue that we agree
with John Kerry on. As I said even Ralph Nader agrees with us
on question 04 and 05. We also know that President George W. Bush
agrees with us on more questions than either Mr. Nader or Senator
Kerry. Please see the candidates that we have
endorsed for November 2,
2004 election's questionnaire .
Again, I would like to ask you one last time
to make your most generous contribution to help us get out the word.
Will you make a donation right now. I hope your answer is yes.
Thank you for taking the time to read this
letter. Again, please click on the Donate Online button
and make your contribution now. I also welcome your comments. Please,
no x-rated, foul speech
Volunteer National Chairman, Founder
Citizens For A