David Horowitz doesn't disappoint with his strong support for George W. Bush. David explains why he still includes the vile Andrew Sullivan on his site. This is still one of the best Conservative sites around.
posted on 11/01/2004 1:10:13 PM PST
My man David comes through!
posted on 11/01/2004 1:11:08 PM PST
("I have a plan" ™)
I heard him speak in person. His speech was very long, but he was right on. A great American supporting another great American.
posted on 11/01/2004 1:12:43 PM PST
(Keep fighting like we're 10 points down!)
Yeah - This is equivalent to Barbara Streisand endorsing F'ing.
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Two cheers for Horowitz's endorsement. The missing cheer is because he of all people let's Kerry off the hook for very deep connections with Communists. Kerry, as President, will be immediately compromised by what he said and did back in the 70s and has covered up since then. Our current military,including my son, our Vets and former POWs deserve more. Andrew Sullivan is compromising his position for the sake of a misplaced fear.
Let's make it all moot and beat Kerry.
posted on 11/01/2004 1:18:33 PM PST
Accepting a Nobel Prize that was designed as a rebuke to a sitting American president in a time of war reveals a failure of judgment and a failure basic loyalty to this country and its citizens who are presently under terrorist attack that should bury Jimmy Carters name in everlasting disgrace. He is the self-selected leader of the fencesitters in this momentous hour of our destiny, unable to decide whom to fear more: Osama bin Laden or George Bush.
Jimmy Carter should have his citizenship stripped and be sent into exile. Maybe he could fill in for Yassir while he is on his convalescent leave? As for Sullivan's endorsement of Kerry, I believe it is nothing more than a fit of pique over the President's support of heterosexual marriage.
posted on 11/01/2004 1:24:52 PM PST
"But if John Kerry is elected he will not be an anti-war President. He will have to fight the war in Iraq and disappoint his anti-American allies on the left, who want us to lose. No sitting American President can back off this fight."
IF Davey-boy really believes this, then he isn't NEARLY as bright and perspicacious as I thought he was. John Kerry CAN AND WILL appease the left and withdraw from Iraq as soon after his inauguration as he can develop an excuse to do so.
But if John Kerry is elected he will not be an anti-war President. He will have to fight the war in Iraq and disappoint his anti-American allies on the left, who want us to lose. No sitting American President can back off this fight. We are in a war that we have to win and that we cannot leave, as we could in Vietnam.
I like Horowitz, but this statement is complete wrong.
Kerry is an anti-war President, and the vigorous prosecution of the war ends with his Inauguration. Period.
posted on 11/01/2004 1:28:47 PM PST
(We meet at dawn tomorrow.)
And Horowitz one of the best weapons/allies that our side has. Thank goodness he saw the light so many years ago (his autobiography "Radical Son" is a great read!)
posted on 11/01/2004 1:29:30 PM PST
(The most rewarding part, was when he gave me my money!)
David H. nails it once again. Kerry is a man of extremely bad character and if elected, the country will suffer for it.
posted on 11/01/2004 1:34:46 PM PST
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