Friday, May 14, 2004

"The Fuzz"-y Math

Police Union Rejects Bush, Backs Kerry
WASHINGTON - Presumptive Democratic nominee John Kerry on Friday collected the endorsement of the International Brotherhood of Police Officers, a police union that backed President Bush in the 2000 election.

"After three and a half years of disappointing leadership under George Bush, we need to change course in November and elect a president with a real record of supporting police officers and a lifetime of standing with law enforcement," IBPO President David Holway said in a statement provided by the Kerry campaign.
When added to the endorsement of the International Association of Firefighters, it would appear that America's first responders don't appreciate the crappy treatment they've received from the Bush administration.