Friday, September 24, 2004

Kerry Supported Pre-emptive Action Against Iraq!!!!

Courtesy the Drudgereport.com.
During a 1997 "Crossfire" television progam, the Washington Times reports that Kerry said the following:

"We know we can't count on the French. We know we can't count on the Russians. . . . We know that Iraq is a danger to the United States, and we reserve the right to take pre-emptive action whenever we feel it's in our national interest."

Can you believe this language? So much for Kerry's tired-out "unilateral" argument.

Just remember, this all makes logical sense if you realize that Dems support war, only when Dems are in office.


1 Comments:

At 10:39 AM, Blogger kevin said...

This was reported by an email I received from The Federalist Patriot. It is a great point. Don't believe the Lies of Kerry.

They said:


More to the point, Soviet dictator Nikita Khrushchev said of Roosevelt's "New Deal" paradigm shift, "We can't expect the American people to jump from capitalism to communism, but we can assist their elected leaders in giving them small doses of socialism, until they awaken one day to find that they have communism."

Clearly, Khrushchev was onto something. FDR never embraced self-reliance as the essential ingredient of a free society, nor have his Demo-successors Ted Kennedy and John Kerry. Why? Perhaps it's because these men inherited their wealth, their privilege and their political office. Indeed, while Kerry's handlers might try to cast their candidate as a man of the people, he is anything but. Remember, this is a man who has twice married multimillionaire heiresses; a man who has multiple mansions on multiple continents; a man who windsurfs (poorly) off tony Nantucket; a man who rides a bicycle that costs more than some new cars; a man who spends, oh, maybe $15,000 to jet his hairdresser cross country for a trim. Yes, John Kerry is the latest in a line of "inheritance-welfare liberals" -- those who were raised dependent on inheritance rather than self-reliance. Is it any wonder, then, that the character and values of these inheritance-welfare liberals are all but indistinguishable from the character and values of those who depend on state welfare?

 

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