For Immediate ReleaseFOUR FREEDOMS ANNOUNCES ENDORSEMENT OF JOHN EDWARDSWALTHAM, MA - December 20, 2007
- The influential non-partisan discussion board and blog ‘Four Freedoms’ (www.fourfreedomsblog.com) announces its endorsement of John Edwards in the Democratic Primary.
Senator Edwards has been a longtime supporter of the downtrodden, from his early days as a litigator to his Senate track record. John Edwards dwells not on the past, but on the hope for the future, and is the only candidate that truly understands what is important to average Americans.
Senator Edwards will work hard to end the war in Iraq and bring our troops home without any further bloodshed and has the intelligence and the temperment to work with both our allies and our enemies to repair our damaged international reputation and find common ground to move forward.
Senator Edwards has a comprehensive plan to help average Americans by reigning in the runaway spending of the current administration, and restore our lost civil rights and get government out of places where it has no business intruding.
Four Freedoms Co-founder Robert Rouse states, “He's honest about his positions and understands where personal beliefs end and government begins. Senator Edwards has said that although he doesn't agree with gay marriage, he won't try to legislate against it. He also seems to really understand the plight of the poor and middle class, and cares enough to want to do something about it.”
The founders of Four Freedoms urge all true Americans and Patriots to vote for Senator Edwards, and calls upon citizens to cross party lines if necessary in order to advance Senator Edward’s campaign and restore hope, decency, and civility to the American Political Process, something that has been lacking for quite some time. Senator Edwards may not have all the answers, but he is our best hope for true change and progress towards what all Americas believe in…that is, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.About Four Freedoms
Four Freedoms was founded in 2007 based upon the principles of FDR’s “Four Freedoms” speech.
Freedom of speech and expression.
Freedom of every person to discuss politics in his or her own way, without ridicule of disparaging comments.
Freedem from want - which, translated into internet terms, means respect and tolerance, which will secure a healthy place for discussion for our members.
Freedom from fear - which, translated into internet terms, means a reduction of trolling, ad hominem attacks, and personal insults to such a point and in such a thorough fashion that no member will be in a position to commit an act of internet aggression against any other member.
Four Freedoms is spreading the word of cooperation and fair treatment for all political points of view based on mutual respect, civility, and honesty among its members. Contact:
Manager of Public Affairs and Media Relations
Last night, the above press release was sent to the following media outlets:
www.i-newswire.com (approved for release to Google News)
Waltham News Tribune
The Stephanie Miller Show
John Edwards08 Blog
Associated Press New Hampshire Bureau