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News :: Politics
'Help Is On The Way'
09 Oct 2004
'Help Is On The Way' - Kerry campaign slogan AND a classic Vietnam-era anthem by the band Bloodrock.
I visited the John Kerry site right after the 2nd debate and noticed the photo caption - 'Help Is On The Way.' Apparently, this phrase is a real campaign staple for Kerry.

Old timers, like myself, might remember this phrase as the great post-Vietnam era anthem by BLOODROCK. With songs such as 'Thank You Daniel Ellsberg' (on the same album as 'Help Is On The Way'), Bloodrock showed themselves as true leaders of progressive youth back in the day.

The songwriters of 'Help Is On The Way,' ardent foes of Bush, would like to remind anyone who might lend an ear - Help Is On The Way (again).

Make sure to VOTE!

Download the song 'Help Is On The Way' at the Bloodrock bio, link below:
See also:
http://www.utopia2000.org

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Re: 'Help Is On The Way'
10 Oct 2004
I listened to the words. Okay. I'll vote for Kerry. Okay? Will he distance himself from the special interest? That'd show us HELP IS ON THE WAY! Who knows?
Just so Bush gets buried. And we start getting help in Iraq. So we can bring all the brothers and sisters home. That's what I want to see.
Then? Work on poverty, homeless, healthcare, elderly, jobs and eliminating corruption. (The latter I doubt.)
Vote!