Kerry, who is mentioning in every other sentence that he is a Vietnam Vet, is very silent about his speech to the Senate Committee of Foreign Relations April 23, 1971, when he vehemently spoke out against the Vietnam War, as member of "Vietnam Vets Against the War" and very specifically against US actions.
How do you spell Hypocrite?! Please read the above in its entirety and let everyone know about this.
Thanks, I'm going to bookmark this.
posted on 05/17/2003 12:56:49 AM PDT
by Jean S
Kerry was a lunatic Leftist then, and he's a lunatic Leftist now. He's learned nothing. Pathetic.
posted on 05/17/2003 1:04:59 AM PDT
by Free ThinkerNY
(((Liberal range of intelligence: From the brain damaged...to the brain dead)))
An American Indian friend of mine who lives in the Indian Nation of Alcatraz put it to me very succinctly...
Wasn't this so-called Indian nation actually the illegal occupation of government property by a band of thugs who ended up trashing the place, assaulting women there, burning down parts of it, leaving children unattended resulting in one falling to his death, etc.?
posted on 05/17/2003 1:17:36 AM PDT
I wonder how often these days it gets mentioned about him throwing (someone else's) medals over the wall at the White House. I read often lately about his medals being on prominent display in his office. But I guess that's OK, him being a DemocRat and all....
posted on 05/17/2003 1:20:10 AM PDT
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That settles that. Kerry has a lock on the Democratic Party nomination. Sharpton, Dean and Kucinich don't have credentials which will impress the party base as much as this speech.
posted on 05/17/2003 1:47:10 AM PDT
but, but, but, how can he *say* one thing and do another? That, that, that would make him a liar ? < /sarcasm >
posted on 05/17/2003 4:21:42 AM PDT
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Kerry did not write this speech himself. It was ghostwritten by Adam Walinsky, former speechwriter for Robert F. Kennedy, who also coached Kerry on how to deliver it for maximum effect. No one ever mentions the speech given on the same day by former Zumwalt aide Melville Stephens. It was a polar opposite to what was written for Kerry and Stephens wrote his speech by himself and wasn't coached on how to deliver it. Read all about the puke John French Kerry and his role in Dewey Canyon III in "Stolen Valor", pp 135-136.
bookmarking in case Kerry is the nominee.
posted on 05/17/2003 9:17:44 AM PDT
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posted on 05/17/2003 10:29:56 AM PDT
by ALOHA RONNIE
(Vet-Battle of IA DRANG-1965 www.LZXRAY.com)
posted on 08/16/2004 6:13:14 AM PDT
(Benedict Arnold REALLY was a war hero ----- before he was a traitor.)
This speach made me want to cry. The fact that these men did die for something. To be honored for what they did, instead of scorned. I give nothing but respect for the ultra loss of life we gave to the vietnam war, and as Kerry put it, it was a time the ultra power of the USA admited we made a mistake. this was a time that was not lost on meaningless thanks to people who spoke out. God bless my country in it's rights and wrongs. give me the strenth to see my rights and wrongs. give me the strength to admit when i have been wrong. give me the strength to see right. give me the strength to love. bless me god for i can only do what you accept.
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