Right Senator, badmouthing the CIC and putting doubt in the minds of our Troops even as they are deployed is how one shows "support."
Like I would believe anything Kerry writes or speaks!
He is a selfish turncoat and puts his own needs before all others in a pathological way as demonstrated by his behavior during the Vietnam conflict.
He hasn't changed from those early days - only learned a few more big words.
Yes John, thanks for those thoughts. They are completely new and different from what you offered during the campaign. . .NOT. What a shame Iraq isn't a quaqmire and isn't another Vietnam. You and your buddy Teddy should dissapear now, before you make bigger fools out of yourselves, if you can.
Speaking of 180's, where's your signed SF-180?
Regardless of the source, I must admit I'm behind everything listed in the Mil. Fam. bill of rights legislation.
It's just Kerry's capabilities as CIC, Senator, or heroic soldier that are non-existent. Staying behind and protecting the women and children is a good job for him, not that anyone would trust him if it was actually dangerous.
You know, Mr. Kerry is nothing more than a political hack. It is simply not possible to take anything he says or writes at face value because you know that there is a superb chance that he will change that view by the end of the week.
John Kerry, Tower of Jello.
No White House for you!
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POP goes the scum-weasel!
I only agree with this sentence illegitimate Senator Kerry. Our military deserves an organization of military families that can publicly tell you and your pickled senior to go take a flying leap, Most of the Veterans organizations have dropped the ball bringing out the fact that you shouldn't even be holding a public office.
"If we had begun expanding the military in 2003, when Sen. Jack Reed (D-R.I.) and many of us began calling for it, our military would not be as overstretched as it is today."
Sure,Senator. And if you had opposed Clinton's drastic cuts in the military, maybe it wouldn't be stretched so much as it is.
I wish I was as proud about what is happening in Washington, where ``supporting the troops'' is often confused with simply supporting the administration's policies. I did like this line because in a sense he is right, supporting the troops should never be confused with support for the administration.
They're making a movie based on the life of John Kerry. I hear it's going to be called "Billion Dollar Crybaby".
Maybe that's because supporting the Democratic Party's policies is DEFINITELY not the same as supporting our troops.
Let's thank G-d (and Karl Rove) for sparing us from having to suffer this suffocating, vain, vascillating and vindictive man as president.
You cna challenge administration policies while decisions are being made. Once the country, the Congress, and the Administration decide to take us to war, you should support the path chosen. If your football team decides on a running play you don't go running out for a pass because you thought the situation called for that instead.
SIGN THE 180!!