Honestly... Now I HAVE heard everything!

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    Kerry actually called a press conference to say Bush lied about the Iraq war citing the report that came out a day or so ago, he conveniently left out the entire second half of the report though-- Yeah big surprise there!
    This guy has completley lost his marbles!!!
     
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    Indeed. :(
     
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    ...but he was in Nam...that's all that matters. :)
     
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    That had to be the Clinton's influence.........That whole lets keep beating up on the president....That's dicey though because even those that don't agree with Bush's policies, have a genuine like for the guy. This could have major backlash affects?? :D
     
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    I hope so.
     
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    lol :)
     
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    I just cannot help but wonder about the poles that have them so close yet everday the Kerry campaign shows signs of chaos and unraveling. The two just don't add up?
     
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    Dookie? :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao: :rotflmao:
     
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    The proof is there for those who want to see. Pay attention to what I am saying;

    The real fact is that this presidential race is centered around the War on Terror, Iraq and protecting the American people. Bush and Cheney obviously have the upper hand in this department. Kerry and Edwards know that they cannot win this election on any other issue. They have to make themselves look like the better choice. As a result, of course, they have to take opposing views on the war issues. But, to do this, they have to explain why they were pro war. In comes the dlip-flopping, lying and false accusations.

    Lets take a closer look at Kerry and his comments, and see if the liberals can explain him. Because he makes no sense to me.

    1) Kerry is on tape on Dec. 2001 saying that Saddam is a threat, and that we needed to take action to remove him.

    2) Kerry votes for the war in Iraq. He then votes against sending support to our troops. Kerry, a former soldier, does not send support to our troops?

    3) Kerry has to explain why it is he voted for the war. He says he didn't vote for the war, but voted for the authority, as he didn't actually think the president would go to war. Is he for real? He didn't actually think the president would go to war? And yet, the liberal call Bush dumb!:bs1:

    4) Kerry then precedes to flip-flop throughout campaigning, in an attempt to please everyone. He is pro-war one day, to one group, and anti-war another day, to another group.

    5) Kerry says he would still vote for the war in Iraq, even knowing what he knows now. He then preceded to criticize Bush in the debate for saying he would still go into Iraq, knowing what he knows now.:dunno:

    6) Kerry calles the War in Iraq a "mistake", the "wrong war, wrong time, wrong place", the troops are "occupiers", those in the coalition are the "bribed and coersed".

    7) Kerry, after stating those in # 6, then thinks he is going to take office, have the military for him, get other countries involved, and have success in Iraq.:happy2:

    8) France and Germany have already said they will not join, even if Kerry is elected. How does Kerry expect to get support, considering this, and his comments in # 6. Considering #6-#8, how does Kerry expect to start bringing home troops in 6 months?
     
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    I can see the resemblence..

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