Skip to comments.Rush Limbaugh: "The Return of John "Swifty" Kerry"
Posted on 10/28/2009 2:07:05 PM PDT by seanmerc
RUSH: It is apparent, ladies and gentlemen, that General John "Swifty" Kerry has taken over Obama foreign policy. You people who thought you were voting for Obama to change foreign policy were wrong. You know, I still can't get over that last sound bite. President Obama, there aren't Bush troops, and there aren't Obama troops. Those are American soldiers, and you've abandoned them, while claiming to these naval people in Jacksonville yesterday you never -- he's embarrassing. Worse than that, it's dangerous. We got John "Swifty" Kerry, who served in Vietnam, by the way, yesterday afternoon at the Council on Foreign Relations, said...
KERRY: In 1971 I asked the Foreign Relations Committee: "How do you ask a man to be the last man to die for a mistake?" Thirty-eight years later, chairing the committee, I keep that question very much in mind.
RUSH: Do you guys realize that George Bush is gone? They cannot stop talking about Bush. It didn't help 'em in Virginia with Creigh Deeds, did it? It's not helping them in New Jersey with Corzine, is it? John Kerry, "Swifty" Kerry, said more.
KERRY: After eight years of neglecting Afghanistan as vice president, Dick Cheney has now come out of retirement to criticize President Obama for taking time to examine assumptions before sending troops into war. Make no mistake, because of the gross mishandling of this war by past civilian leadership there are no great options for its handling today. One American officer captured well our lack of a strategy when he said, "We haven't been fighting in Afghanistan for eight years, we've been fighting in Afghanistan for one year, eight times in a row." That is our inheritance.
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“Swifty apparently served in Vietnam, by the way...”
Really, I had not heard that.
Swifty kept it as a closely-guarded secret.
The power of the leftist dominated media to spin EVERY issue against conservatives is impressive and depressing.
...but NOT insurmountable.
Uh.....Is that Swifty or Shifty?
Either would be appropriate...
By the way “Swifty”, nice pick you made for a VP, now go the he!! away.
"I spent Christmas in Cambodia!"
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