Right Of The Star

Tuesday, August 24, 2004

After the War - It's About the Future!

I have said before that it isn't what Kerry did in Vietnam - it may actually have been respectable service (though fabricated and exaggerated.) It is about what he did after he returned. I remember the protestors and their anti-American actions. The more I learn about Kerry and his leadership roll in those actions the more it makes me ill and scares the crap out of me. That a political party has become so completely bankrupt as to nominate this man as their candidate for the Presidency is, in my opinion, tantamount to agreeing to shred our nations future before it is even written.

I honestly don't believe most Democrats know who John Kerry is but having seen the Moore, McAuliffe, Clinton, Durbin (what a Dick) and Pelosi show dominate the scene for the first 6 months of the year I don't know if there is any hope for their party at all.

More on this from PoliPundit:
A Must-Read Piece

As we all know, John Kerry is both a traitor and an opportunist. When he came back from his alleged "tour of duty," he smeared his fellow Vietnam veterans in a brazen attempt to make a name for himself and further his political ambitions.

This article tells you how that behavior affected Paul Galanti. If there is any Kerry voter out there reading this blog, I really recommend you read this article. When you are done, ask yourself how you could even think of voting for this man.

P.S. When I heard the tapes of Kerry's Senate testimony, his pronunciation of Genghis Khan struck me as rather odd, but humorous nonetheless and indicative of a prep school elitist. Little did I know that for one man, hearing that pronunciation of the 12th century warrior's name must have been an extremely painful experience.

From Implosion 101:
The key here is that all of us can dismiss what happened in the fog of war - but what Kerry did when he returned was in the fog of treason, opportunism, or stupidity. None of these are traits that make a good President.

Implosion 101 lesson - An implosion like this is the direct result of one thing and only one thing, running a campaign based on, "anybody but Bush," and the wack-o's like Moore.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Welcome back Dave!

Only have a minute, but I wanted to check in and say hi. Reading your blog keeps me motivated to fight the good fight when I'm feeling tired, lazy or just discourged. Its so easy to get cynnical with all the negative politics, corporate owned press, and a public too lazy to look up foot notes and find out the real story.

I do, of course, have some criticisms though. Being a card carrying liberal, I always wonder what attracts people about the current Republican party. I mean real people, not the Enron, Oil Industry, billionaire club. If you are rich, the benifits of a Bush America is obvious.

But you don't sound rich. In fact, you can't work because of illness or injury. And it sounds like you want to take your ex-employer to court and make him pay for your disability. Now I know next to nothing about the details of your case, but I do know Dubya isn't on your side. Dubya is for tort reform, that does not bode well for your law suit. He is for reducing medicare/medicaid. Not good for you. He is for taking the "savings" and giving it back (to the rich, not you). Still not good. So, if you don't mind me asking, why are you on the wrong side?

Okay, you spend a lot of time on medication, and you have a thing for ufo's and conspiracy theories. Still doesn't quite explain it. So, what gives?

Your friend as always,