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Thursday, September 23, 2004

More on Kerry's Lack of Class Today

I seldom post on a topic twice, but Kerry's lack of manners and disrespect was truly remarkable today. Here's Dick Cheney on Kerry's performance:

"I must say I was appalled at the complete lack of respect Senator Kerry showed for this man of courage when he rushed to hold a press conference and attack the prime minister, a man America must stand beside to defeat the terrorists," Cheney told an audience in St. Joseph, Missouri.

"John Kerry is trying to tear down all the good that has been accomplished, and his words are destructive to our effort in Iraq and in the global war on terror.

"As Prime Minister Allawi said in his speech, and I quote, 'When political leaders sound the siren of defeatism in the face of terrorism, it only encourages more violence,'" Cheney added.

If you didn't see it, one of the first things Allawi did was go directly to Joe Lieberman, an Orthodox Jew, and kiss him on the cheek. A brave act from a brave man. Allawi has put his life on the line for his country, and this is John F-ing Kerry's response:

QUESTION: Prime Minister Allawi told Congress today that democracy was taking hold in Iraq and that the terrorists there were on the defensive. Is he living in the same fantasy land as the president?

KERRY: I think the prime minister is, obviously, contradicting his own statement of a few days ago, where he said the terrorists are pouring into the country.

The prime minister and the president are here, obviously, to put their best face on the policy. But the fact is that the CIA estimates, the reporting, the ground operations and the troops all tell a different story.

Perhaps Rush Limbaugh said it best today:
For what John Kerry is doing and what he did today. It's time people stood up and took note of this and bravely faced the positions that are proudly, loudly being triumphed by John Kerry and the Democratic Party. Put in its most simple terms: A foreign leader of a liberated country speaks to a joint session of Congress, where he gets applause from members of both parties. He comes to thank America for its support, and the Democratic candidate for president urinates all over him 30 minutes after he finishes. There's no other way to put it! It is, as I said earlier, ladies and gentlemen, it is breathtaking. I'm not questioning his "patriotism" at all. I'm questioning his belief system. I'm questioning his judgment. I'm questioning his sanity
. Yes, I'm angry about what John Kerry did today. It showed bad judgment. It was wrong.

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