Oh...was Kerry in Vietnam? I didn't know that.../sarcasm
posted on 08/26/2003 5:21:51 PM PDT
He might want to tell somebody about his war record. I guess modesty prevents him from mentioning it. /sacrasm
posted on 08/26/2003 5:24:17 PM PDT
by Hillarys Gate Cult
("Read Hillary's hips. I never had sex with that woman.")
The french looking Kerry was in Viet Nam must have been a dien bein phu (sp), along with the other french looking losers.
posted on 08/26/2003 5:25:27 PM PDT
("moderate Arab" he's the one who detonates his bomb via remote control.)
I didn't know that.
I keep hearing Vietnam Veteran everytime this joker makes a speech. Below adds some perspective.
As Sen. John Kerry, Massachusetts Democrat, considers a bid for the White House, Americans should know a few things about him that he might prefer go unmentioned - and I don't mean his $75 haircuts.
When Mr. Kerry pontificated at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Veterans Day, a group of veterans turned their backs on him and walked away. They remembered Mr. Kerry as the anti-war activist who testified before Congress during the war, accusing veterans of being war criminals. The dust jacket of Mr. Kerry's pro-Hanoi book, "The New Soldier," features a photograph of his ragged band of radicals mocking the U.S. Marine Corps Memorial, which depicts the flag-raising on Iwo Jima, with an upside-down American flag.
Retired Gen. George S. Patton III charged that Mr. Kerry's actions as an anti-war activist had "given aid and comfort to the enemy," as had the actions of Ramsey Clark and Jane Fonda. Also, Mr. Kerry lied when he threw what he
claimed were his war medals over the White House fence; he later admitted they weren't his. Now they are displayed on his office wall.
Long after he changed sides in congressional hearings, Mr. Kerry lobbied for renewed trade relations with Hanoi. At the same time, his cousin C. Stewart Forbes, chief executive for Colliers International, assisted in brokering a
$905 million deal to develop a deep-sea port at Vung Tau, Vietnam - an odd coincidence.
As noted in the Inside Politics column of Nov. 14 (Nation), historian Douglas Brinkley is writing Mr. Kerry's biography. Hopefully, he'll include the senator's latest ignominious feat: preventing the Vietnam Human Rights Act (HR2833) from coming to a vote in the Senate, claiming human rights would deteriorate as a result. His actions sent a clear signal to Hanoi that Congress cares little about the human rights for which so many Americans fought and died.
The State Department ranked Vietnam among the 10 regimes worldwide least tolerant of religious freedom. Recently, 354 churches of the Montagnards, a Christian ethnic minority, were forcibly disbanded, and by mid-October,
more than 50 Christian pastors and elders had been arrested in Dak Lak province alone. On Oct. 29, the secret police executed three Montagnards by lethal injection simply for protesting religious repression. The communists are conducting a pogrom against the Montagnards, forcing Christians to drink a mixture of goat's blood and alcohol and renounce Christianity. Thousands have been killed or imprisoned or have just "disappeared." The Montagnards lost one-half of their adult male population fighting for the United States, and without them, there might be thousands more American names on that somber black granite wall at the Vietnam memorial.
As Mr. Kerry contemplates a run for the presidency, people must remember that he has fought harder for Hanoi as an anti-war activist and a senator than he did against the Vietnamese communists while serving in the Navy in Vietnam.
MICHAEL BENGE Foreign Service officer and
former Vietnam POW (1968 to 1973)
posted on 08/26/2003 5:27:55 PM PDT
(Get Right Or Get Left)
I'm sure this question has been asked before- but how does Kerry have the nerve to harp on his Vietnam service to help his election chances, when he came back and threw his (or actually I think they were someone else's )medals over the fence at the White House because he was so opposed to the war?
Now he claims to want America to have the "strongest" and "best-funded" military- but he has not been doing anything to make that happen inthe Senate.
What a loser- he feels entitled to the Presidency because he is "better" than the rest of us, and by the way married to a super-rich widow, who can afford to indulge his little hobbies.
Doesn't Kerry know that the Vietnam era ended officially on 9-11? It's odd that someone who so viciously opposed the war would use his serice there to justify his presidential run. It makes absolutely no sense.
posted on 08/26/2003 5:30:32 PM PDT
( Are we going down hill like a snowball headed for Hell?)
Kerry might as well keep his eye on 'Nam, since he's more likely to be elected premier of Vietnam than he is president of the United States.....
posted on 08/26/2003 5:35:11 PM PDT
I will not forget the rousing reception the VFW gave to slick willie and the barely civil reception they gave to President Bush during the 92 campaign.
posted on 08/26/2003 5:45:15 PM PDT
((Dems inhabit a parallel universe))
Did Kerry skip the part where he tossed someone else's medals in an act of disgust over the WH fence or did he skip the part of his decades of slashing national defense funding and pay?
Did Kerry just say that he was a Viet Nam veteran?
Gee, why doesn't he say that more often? Some people may not realize he's a war hero...
posted on 08/26/2003 6:24:13 PM PDT
(The Mainstream Media: IGNORANCE ON PARADE.)
We have economic problems. We have immigration problems. We have problems in our corrupt educational system. We have issues with enforced servitude to paying for the irresponsibility of people here and abroad. We are in a world war with Mohammedism. If the only thing Kerry can attempt to do is ride the Viet Nam horse into the White House, he can stick his war record up his a$$.
posted on 08/26/2003 6:47:22 PM PDT
Remember Kerry in Doonesbury?
Took awhile but I found it!!!
Kerry, trying to legitimate his campaign, stays Stuck in the Past Not that I expect the NYT to run it.
posted on 08/26/2003 8:27:45 PM PDT
Above all, though, his allies are convinced that Mr. Kerry's wartime record will inoculate him against Republican attacks like those that depicted Michael S. Dukakis, his boss when Mr. Kerry was lieutenant governor of Massachusetts, as weak on national security.
Uh, wrong, idiot. Weak is weak. Weak is having bad policies, not whether you signed up or were drafted when you were 19. If you sell out USA, aid and abet enemies with back-stabbing comments, or turn away from tough choices - YOU ARE WEAK.
Senator Kerry, you are Weak on National Security
posted on 08/26/2003 8:30:20 PM PDT
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