Discussion in 'Politics' started by Annie, Jul 31, 2004.
I'd bet he gets a lot of that.
I certainly hope so!
Is this saying he only pulled over to take a pic of him shaking the soldiers hands? Why does this bug me so much? RRrrr!
Wish he'd offer to shake my hand.
I'd tell him where he could stick his.
I think it bothered me, just because it obviously put the soldiers under pressure to offer some kind of awkward respect for Kerry while they and Kerry know for a fact their own position is in fact at odds with his demonstrative disrespect for their past and current actions.
Kerry tries too hard to make himself a hero to our young soldiers while the memory and tradition of his his activities ensure his everlasting shame among them.
He forced them into a difficult position, at odds with their own peers and core beliefs. That's what's wrong with the picture!
Thank you Comrade! I'm half asleep and couldn't think, but I'll be damned if you didn't nail it for me!!
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