Saturday, December 10, 2005

Play It Again, Sam

Talk about dodging a bullet. If you had any doubts regarding who was really telling the story over Vietnam heroism and sniveling anti-American libeling of our military during the 2004 presidential campaign, the Swift Boat Vets and former POWs or Senator John Kerry you should have the answer now. Coming back to his apparently very profitable refrain from the 70’s when his performance on the guerrilla theater stage of anti-war protest thrust him into the national spotlight; Kerry cast the same despicable assertion on America’s best again last weekend. Facing the nation on last Sunday morning, Kerry sang the same disgusting song about America’s fighting men and women as terrorizers of the weak and helpless. Take a look at: Same Song Different Verse

Has this man no shame?

Unfortunately there are far too many who are willing to believe the worst. They love the thought that America’s elected leadership; in collusion with the highest level military staffs would direct a policy of targeting women and children. They like the guilt and shame that would be associated with that sort of disgrace. They fervently believe that those who don the uniform of their country would follow such blatantly unlawful orders. They want to think that anyone who serves willingly and values his nation and our heritage is some sort of thug. Where does such misguided thinking come from? If you reflexively jumped to the conclusion of the mass media, Hollywood dim-stars, pointy-headed university pseudo-intellectuals and pandering politicians I am not about to attempt to disabuse you of such a notion.

So, here we have Senator John Kerry, the man who wrapped the mantle of patriot and war hero around his shoulders during his presidential bid once again showing his eagerness to discredit America’s military. He’s the whiz kid who stood before an audience and uttered that fateful quote of “voting for the war before voting against it,” apparently hoping to be able to have it both ways. He’s the one who tried unsuccessfully to distance himself from his Senate testimony from long ago in which he accused us all of committing to a policy of atrocity. Now, he’s still willing to paint America’s heroes as the terrorists of Iraq.

And, if one really wants to point out the moral bankruptcy of Sen. Kerry, you need only to consider the implications of his full quotation:

"And there is no reason, Bob, that young American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing kids and children, you know, women, breaking sort of the customs of the – of – the historical customs, religious customs," Kerry said. "Whether you like it or not ... Iraqis should be doing that."

Yep, he goes on to suggest that the terrorizing of women and children is really kind of OK. It’s merely that we should be out-sourcing the task. This guy shouldn’t be allowed out alone. He’s going to hurt himself.

I can’t wait for the Senator to kick off his next presidential bid.

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