We fought against Japan in World War II; therefore, they are our enemy. I believe that we're legally still fighting World War II; we never signed any peace treaty. Realistically, however, Bush is a friend of the Japanese, and Kerry is a friend--as he always has been--of our enemies. Kerry's international alliance would not include Japan because the Japanese are too pro-American. Ditto for the Polish, the Italians. His alliance includes France, Germany, Russia, Canada, and a hodgepodge of despots and dictators like Kim Jong-il.
Kerry sees a catastrophic failure for his side in Iraq. Reports from our troops indicate a catastrophic failure only for our enemies. Therefore, we can conclude only that Kerry sides with Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, Usama bin Laden, Saddam Hussein, and the rest of the enemies of the United States in Iraq. Those parties are essential to Kerry's international alliance. Got it?
posted on 10/15/2004 2:22:50 PM PDT
(President Kerry would have our enemies partying like it's 1969, when Kerry first committed treason.)
We didn't sign a peace treaty because the Japanese signed an unconditional surrender; there was nothing to treat.
posted on 10/15/2004 2:25:11 PM PDT
by Mr. Lucky
"We fought against Japan in World War II; therefore, they are our enemy. I believe that we're legally still fighting World War II; we never signed any peace treaty."
ROFL... You must have missed taht event on the USS Missouri.
Not to mention the 1950 deal/treaty that ended the occupation.
"Kerry is a friend--as he always has been--of our enemies."
Yes, his foriegn policy will be quite confusing.
Like Clinton, he will first ask of any intervention - "Does it have anything to do withour national security?" And go ahead and do it, ONLY IF THE ANSWER IS NO.
posted on 10/15/2004 2:29:22 PM PDT
(George W Bush / Dick Cheney - Right for our Times!)
FreeRepublic.com is powered by software copyright 2000-2008 John Robinson