Skip to comments.Lautenberg Reacts to Cheney Comments on Sen. Kerry (Major LautenBARF ALERT!)
Posted on 08/12/2004 1:03:01 PM PDT by areafiftyone
To: National Desk, Political Reporter
Contact: Janice Laurente of Kerry-Edwards 2004, 202-224-1309, Web: http://www.johnkerry.com
WASHINGTON, Aug. 12 /U.S. Newswire/ -- Today, Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-N.J.) reacted to Vice President Dick Cheney's comment that Sen. John Kerry "doesn't have deeply held convictions about right and wrong." Sen. Lautenberg issued the following statement:
"John Kerry had enough conviction to sign up for the military during wartime, unlike the Vice President, who had a deep conviction to avoid military service," said Senator Lautenberg. "Senator Kerry is a veteran who understands war, and knows that the key to success is to rally allies to your cause. President Bush's arrogant policies in Iraq have not worked. Vice President Cheney should spend less time attacking Senator Kerry and more time trying to fix the Bush Administration's mess in Iraq."
Dick Cheney had the conviction to be elected to Congress legally.
What does cadaver Frank have to say about the impending resignation of his state's Governor? (Mighty Mouse Theme playing)
we're hitting them where it hurts,
this is making a mark..
They're bringing out their big "protected" guns to do the sniping for Kerry...
look for subtle signs..this is working.
I am woefully behind the times - NJ Gov. resigning?!? Link me to it, PLEEZE!
Hmm ... They've propped Lautenberg up to wheeze again, I see.
...and the RAT desperation grows!
The more people like the Crypt Keeper keep bringing up Vietnam, the deeper the quagmire for JFinK, who has this one issue to run on, and is losing it rapidly.
"Senator Kerry is a veteran yada, yada, yada."
How apopros. The Lurch has to hide behind a walking corpse rather than address the Vice President as a man. What's he afraid of?
If Kerry had done anything substantial in his twenty -plus years in the US Senate, he wouldn't be in such hot water with the Swift Boast dissenters right now.
Lautenberg??? Is he still alive?
Thread's live, here:
>> WHO was Madame Binh?
>> WHAT were her "eight Points"
>> WHO presented Binh's demands to the U.S. Senate?
Who rattled Frank's cage..
Lautenberg is a token of McGreedy .He should leave at 4:00 today also ..
"... where, after completing his top secret super-duper-choco-peanut-nutty spy missions in Cambodia, he promptly went off to save us all, single-handed, from the dread menace of the FILTHY, STINKING MOON NAZIS -- !"
"John Kerry had enough conviction to sign up for the military during wartime, unlike the Vice President, who had a deep conviction to avoid military service,"
Kerry signed up after being refused a year-long deferrment so that he could study in France.
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