Skip to comments.KERRY'S KEFIYYAH
Posted on 09/20/2004 2:20:26 PM PDT by CHARLITE
why on earth would Kerry tell the Council on Foreign Relations in December that, if elected, he would abandon the president's war on terror, begin a dialogue with terrorist regimes and apologize for the "years of mistakes by the Bush administration"?
In an article in the March issue of Insight magazine, author Kenneth R. Timmerman described the meeting: "Kerry promised to spend the first 100 days of his administration traveling the world to denounce his predecessor, apologize for his radically wrong' policy, and seek cooperation and compromise` with friend and foe alike."
Timmerman cited a seven-page e-mail, "confirmed as authentic by the Kerry camp," that was published by the Mehr news agency in Tehran and appeared the next day on the front page of a leading daily there, the hard-line, anti-American Tehran Times." This "indicated that the e-mail was a demonstration of Kerry's support for a murderous regime that even today tops the State Department's list of supporters of international terrorism."
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Timmerman cited the dissident Ayatollah Mehdi Haeri, who said Iran's hard-line clerics "fear President Bush
that's why they want to see Kerry elected." READ THE ENTIRE ARTICLE: http://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2004/9/20/93512.shtml
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Because Kerry is good at getting "Peace Agreements" writtn on toilet paper. Let's all get along, crap. Especially is there is money and power for him.
Let's not forget Kerry's stellar Senate career where his greatest achievements were
Stopping the funding for the Nicaraguan Contras after bring back a peace agreement with Daniel Ortega of the Sandanistas (which was worthless). Ortega turned around and solicited $200 million from the Soviets a few days later. Read: Kerry's Disloyal Nicaraguan Journey and Don't forget 'The John Kerry Committee'
Investigating (or creating) the Iran/Contra and BCCI scandals.
Blocking the vote on the Vietnam Human Rights Act in the Senate in 2001, which tied U.S. aid to Vietnam's human rights performance, and had passed by a 410-1 margin in the House of Representatives. Kerry, chairman of the Senate's East Asian and Pacific Affairs subcommittee, said in a statement at the time that he and fellow Vietnam War veteran Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) "are concerned that denying aid to Vietnam would actually slow human rights improvements." Many Vietnamese living abroad, along with human rights campaigners, say conditions in Vietnam have deteriorated in the three years since Kerry blocked the legislation.
Persuading the MIA/POW Senate committee to vote unanimously that no POWs existed in Vietnam in order to open up trade with Vietnam (his cousin C. Stewart Forbes, CEO of Colliers Intl, received a contract for a huge commercial deal worth at least $905 million to develop a deep-sea commercial port at Vung Tau).
For more on the POW/MIA issue, here is a great article: When John Kerry's Courage Went M.I.A. - Senator covered up evidence of P.O.W.'s left behind
For more, check out the John F. Kerry Timeline. Email it to your friends, post on your blogs.
Wow, thanks for posting that! It may be one of the most "Must Read" articles ever.....hope something main stream picks it up - a must for Fox News I would think. You know guys like Gibson and Shawn gotta be readin' this stuff too.
Didn't Clinton go around and apologize - Kerry appears to be keeping on the tradition, if this article is for real. Is this their way of showing on which side they really stand?
Thank you for the reminder.
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