And then we have John F. Kerry. No matter how much he plays up his war record, no matter how often he uses his JFK initials, no matter how many extreme makeovers he has, he just can?t stop dithering vis-?is the War in Iraq and oscillating over the War on Terrorism. This guy must spend hours removing the splinters from his seat, from straddling the fence so much.
Kerry flip-flops on issues like a beached grouper groping for water. One day he votes to authorize the President to go to war. A few months later, after the Coalition, including 130 thousand American troops, fought and brilliantly won the war in Iraq, Kerry votes against providing the critical funding to support those troops and win the peace.
Then ? and this is where it really gets good ? Senator Kerry attempts to clarify the confusion by saying he voted for the funding bill before he voted against it! [Maybe the F. in his name stands for Fluctuating?].
And then there?s our admittedly faulty intelligence. Sitting with the Senate Intelligence Committee with all the available information in front of him, Kerry calls for action against the Bastard of Baghdad; a few months later, he?s blaming the President for misleading the American people, when he knows full well that the President had no control over the intelligence mistakes. At a time when loyal citizens should be standing together, solidly supporting our forces from the Commander-in-Chief to the newest Private, our hero John Kerry is saying the President lied. Kerry wouldn?t know a lie unless it flew out of his own mouth, did a U-turn and bit him on his backside.
Meanwhile, the supposed Mr. Shamma-Shamma-Ding-Dong from the great state of Texas has held steady in his strategy, first cleaning out the Taliban and their Al Qaeda allies from Afghanistan, and then removing the hideous Saddam Hussein. Now, our President is committed to establishing the liberated Iraq as a potential beacon of democracy for the Middle East.
Bush has been methodical, clinical, deliberate and successful in how he has hunted down and dissembled the Taliban and Al-Qaeda. He has been wise and patient in his resolve to enforce the Bush Doctrine on the once irreconcilable Iraq. Put that in your bong and smoke it, John Fluctuating Kerry!
My ClashPoint is this: George W. Bush has proven Kerry and his cabal woefully wrong. The supposed ?chump? has been revealed as a ?Churchill? and our nation couldn?t have asked for a better president or cabinet, when placed in such a daunting crucible. Too bad Kerry and his ilk are not patriotic enough to admit it.
In all fairness to Kerry, we have to give him his due: one thing about which he hasn?t flip-flopped is his solidly liberal voting record. Our least favorite Boston Bean has compiled a nearly perfectly liberal voting record in the Senate, according to the ludicrously liberal-left American Civil Liberties Union. It?s true: Senator J. Fluctuating Kerry gets the ACLU?s grand prize for voting liberal 93% of the time. He?s made his sidekick from the People?s Republic of Massachusetts, Sen. Ted Kennedy, who voted a mere 87% of the time the liberal way, look positively moderate.
Now, that?s standing up and being counted for what you truly believe!
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