Skip to comments.KERRY: I'll lead the bribed
Posted on 10/05/2004 2:03:26 PM PDT by wm_tate
Despite slamming President Bush for leading what Kerry calls the coalition of the "bribed and coerced," John Kerry says that HE would just lead a coalition of the bribed. (More) www.whatsinthenews.com
George Soros is holding John Kerry's puppet strings as it is.
A good point. Kerry wants to have a "global test" with the "bribed and coerced," ie the UN.
"A coalition of the bribed and coerced" sounds like the perfect description of today's Democrat Party.
From Betsy's Page:
John Kerry has made the basis of his campaign that he could get more allies involved. But, in a momment of rare honesty, he admits that that ain't going to happen.
Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry conceded yesterday that he probably will not be able to convince France and Germany to contribute troops to Iraq if he is elected president.
The Massachusetts senator has made broadening the coalition trying to stabilize Iraq a centerpiece of his campaign, but at a town hall meeting yesterday, he said he knows other countries won't trade their soldiers' lives for those of U.S. troops.
"Does that mean allies are going to trade their young for our young in body bags? I know they are not. I know that," he said.
Asked about that statement later, Mr. Kerry said, "When I was referring to that, I was really talking about Germany and France and some of the countries that had been most restrained."
"Other countries are obviously more willing to accept responsibilities," he added, as he took questions from reporters in a school yard in Tipton, Iowa.
So, what's the big deal about your supposed plan in Iraq, Senator?
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