This man could have been President

by Sal on December 6, 2005

in Politics

Much has been made of the remarks of John Kerry on Sunday where he compared our troops to Terrorists. My sister, as insightful as always, sent me this:

Since no one watches CBS, and since John Kerry’s opinion on ANYTHING is about as newsworthy as a day in the life of pond scum, I wasn’t sure if you heard about this. Ahhhh I get itÂ?supporting the troops is now defined as slandering the troops while they are in harms way. And 2+2 = 5. If these reprehensible lies are not considered aiding and abetting the enemy, then nothing is.

Also, take note of the eerie parallel shared between the smut he spewed on Sunday, and his 1971 remarks before the Senate Foreign Relations committee:

“They told the stories of times that they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in the fashion reminiscent of Jen-giss [sic] Khan, not isolated incidents, but crimes committed on a day-to-day basis with a full awareness of officers at all leveled of command.”

It looks like the swiftboat bashing bandwagon just crashed and burned. These remarks from John Kerry are not only unpatriotic, they are antiAmericann.

And 59 million people wanted this man to be President.

{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

Mike December 7, 2005 at 11:10 am

Right on Mary. Though I think Kerry’s 1971 comments present more than a parallel. Kerry supporters tried to argue with a straight face that Kerry’s 1971 remarks were simply those of an angry youth. People like us knew that explanation was poppycock because Kerry’s 20 year Senate record painted a picture of someone hostile to the military.

Now it is 2005 and Kerry is once again making false accusations that our military is the source of atrocities. John Kerry’s 1971 remarks can no longer be characterized as the words of an angry youth. He is spewing the same bile today. Kerry’s comments form part of his core.

John Kerry is a military man who hates, has always hated and probably always will hate the military. It’s disgusting that people who risk their lives can be slandered by one of their own. It’s even more disgusting that a major political party would insist John Kerry is a patriot.


Ryan December 7, 2005 at 4:54 pm

It seems that our liberal friends remain in their delusion that their sad state of clever irony is less than petty.
It also seems that to prove their patriotism, the libs have to:
1. NOT wear a US flag lapel pin, in fact “lurching” (ha!) away from it like a crucifix to a vampire, and
2. stating that what proves their patriotism is that fact that they do not like our country.
It’s gone past “Bush-lied-kids-died” nonsense into sheer contempt for what this nation is all about– bringing freedom and opportunity to millions simply because their well-being and ours is ultiumately connected in today’s world of the War on Terror.
Get a job hippie!


Chris December 7, 2005 at 7:06 pm

Glad you guys brought up this whole Kerry brou-ha-ha…his comments the other day not only bothered me, but really pissed me off.

It got me thinking of the definition of the word ‘hero’ and correct definition of it. Many in our society use that word very loosely, whereas an athlete or explorer would fall under that title, but the sad fact is that libs don’t consider the American soldier a hero. I was recently reading a really good book (The Assassins by Ollie North) and one of the characters in the book gave a great definition of the word hero. Quoting the book: “Heroes are people who do things for others at great personal risk-and expect nothing in return. Real heroes…are selfless…(they) put themselves in danger to help others-not themselves…and whether they succeed or fail, real heroes inspire others to do better by their example…to do right…to try harder.” Libs like Kerry and Dean really need to think hard about statement, as do members of the media who are too stupid/ideologically blind to challenge these inflamatory and despicable comments.


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