Monday, December 05, 2005

John Kerry Supports the Troops!

Kerry has been playing the same filthy game since Vietnam; he was a soldier badmouthing other soldiers for his own political gain back then, and continues to use the technique today. Captain's Quarters has a transcript from his appearance on "Face the Nation" on Suday 12/4; and points out some of Kerry's troop-supportive commentary:

KERRY: And there is no reason, Bob, that young American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing kids and children, you know, women, breaking sort of the customs of the--of--the historical customs, religious customs. Whether you like it or not...
: Yeah.
KERRY: ...Iraqis should be doing that.

Kerry knows exactly what he is saying here; he is intentionally trying to smear American troops battling in Iraq as terrorists in order to end the war; the same way he demonized US troop during Vietnam in order to end that war. A few thoughts:

-Kerry's tactic is to equalize our soldiers with the enemy we are fighting (whether the Viet Cong or al-Qaeda), thus trying to show people that "we are no better than they are", so "why are we fighting?"
-Kerry is essentially lobbying for retreat/surrender rather than victory; what do they say again about the morality of a man whom believes "nothing is worth fighting for"?
-What does Kerry mean, Iraqis should be doing that? An act is terrorism or it is not. If Iraqis do it, is it OK?? Only the most weasly type of PC loser can define the innate morality of an action by the race/nationality of the persons taking part. It is so...European.

President Kerry...thank God the American people were smarter than that.

Link to Captain's Quarters here:

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