Wednesday, October 27, 2004


"I supported the military before I opposed them."

As he hammers away about his four months in Viet Nam as proof that he is capable of being the commander-in-chief of the United States of America, and that it is also proof that he understands and is for the American military men and women of this country, Sen. Kerry has lept on the out-of-control NY Times bandwagon in regards to missing ammo in Iraq. He is willing to trust the reporters of the leftist Times and not the actual soldiers on the ground.

Both he and the Times are flat out wrong, and the Belmont Club does an excellent job of proving that.

Another one of those "bribed" countries that is so meaningless in the world and in the fake coalition, Japan, has decided to remain steadfast against terrorism.

And as election day draws near, Senator Kerry has secured the crucial terrorist endorsement. That will certainly help the GOTV campaign for the Kerry campaign unless voters view "Whatever it Takes," "The Choice," and "Wolves" on television or at the Bush-Cheney website.

Added at 11:20 a.m.: When one of my sisters, who lives in Nevada, was in town the other day, she informed me that some of the Democrats seemed to be stampeding to the Bush side after Kerry's "terrorism as a nuisance" comment since it liked it to gambling and prostitution... In Kerry's view, the primary component of the Nevada economy, gambling, is a nuisance. No comment on what might be the primary economy of Pahrump. A more serious discussion of Kerry's ever changing position can be found at Daniel Pipes' site.

Added at 1:00 p.m.: How about those non-banana republics of the Security Council? Is the U.N. ready to recategorize them as Oil Republics?

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