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Kerry Cares About France’s ‘Attitude’ of the United States (VIDEO)

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Click on link to see the video:

http://www.exposetheleft.com/2006/08/01/kerry-colmes-2/

John Kerry was interviewed by Alan Colmes to discuss his new plan, health care. This coming from a man who claims he isn’t in the running for the 2008 Presidential elections. Kerry says his health care plan is only for those who wanted to join, his ploy to get people interested. Funny how he was against Bush’s Social Security reform, which also was a voluntary program.

As usual, Kerry complains about the image the United States holds in—FRANCE:

JOHN KERRY, US SENATOR: For three years or more, this administration did not engage with France, Great Britain, and Germany in the effort to keep Iran from having nuclear weapons and our absence from that had a profound impact on their attitude.

As if the French did anything themselves.
 

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-Cp said:
Click on link to see the video:

http://www.exposetheleft.com/2006/08/01/kerry-colmes-2/

John Kerry was interviewed by Alan Colmes to discuss his new plan, health care. This coming from a man who claims he isn’t in the running for the 2008 Presidential elections. Kerry says his health care plan is only for those who wanted to join, his ploy to get people interested. Funny how he was against Bush’s Social Security reform, which also was a voluntary program.

As usual, Kerry complains about the image the United States holds in—FRANCE:

JOHN KERRY, US SENATOR: For three years or more, this administration did not engage with France, Great Britain, and Germany in the effort to keep Iran from having nuclear weapons and our absence from that had a profound impact on their attitude.

As if the French did anything themselves.


When will John "I served in View Nam" Kerry learn, Amercians do not give a s*** what France thinks about America?

The US wins wars while France surrenders.
 

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If America was worried about what France thinks, then we would have already surrendered to Hezbollah. Currently, in the UNSC, France is arguing for an immediate cease fire in Lebonon so Hezbollah will get plenty of time to recover and rearm so they can attack Israel in the future. French foreign policy is an outrage. America will not forget all the French help that it has received in Iraq (less than zero).
 

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If America was worried about what France thinks, then we would have already surrendered to Hezbollah. Currently, in the UNSC, France is arguing for an immediate cease fire in Lebonon so Hezbollah will get plenty of time to recover and rearm so they can attack Israel in the future. French foreign policy is an outrage. America will not forget all the French help that it has received in Iraq (less than zero).


Why do you think the French built the Eiffel Tower? They wanted a very tall building to hang the white flag from
 
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Notice in the interview he is adamant about Israel's actions.

This really shows where Dems stand on the issue. He says America needs to focus on "the real problem", the people that "will not allow for its existance", in other words anyone opposing Zionism. And America is unwaivering in its support of Israel.

I have no doubt that a "President Kerry" will not hesitate to draft you neocons to fight for Zionism. John Kerry and most all other Democrats may be flip floppers, but not on this subject. Israel has a right to exist, America is unwaivering on this position, you will fight for it.

Someone needs to tell Presidential wanna-be Kerry that we are not Jews. We have nothing to do with zionism. We were not around to support this act of giving this land in the middle east to Jews in 1948. And we have no obligation to fight for the sustainment of Israel.
 

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Liberals and the liberal media are doing their best to help the terrorists kill as many jews as possible.



AP Rewards Qana Photographers with Money
Posted by Greg Sheffield on August 2, 2006 - 14:34.
An email was sent out to Associated Press staffers that praised the work of its photographers during the Israeli-Hezbollah conflict. There's even a cash prize of $500 dollars that apparently will get split eight ways. The photographers who took the pictures of dead children in Qana will take part in the reward.
Is this what it takes? If we paid them $500 dollars, maybe photographers in the region would take pictures of terrorists hiding behind human shields.

HT Little Green Footballs.

Dear Staffers:
Last Sunday proved to be one of the most dramatic days in the war between Israel and Hezbollah fighters in Lebanon. AP’s extensive photo team produced a stunning series of images that day that beat the competition and scored huge play worldwide.

Rumors surfaced early Sunday morning that an Israeli airstrike had flattened a house in the southern Lebanese village of Qana. The number of deaths wasn’t immediately known, but the seriousness of the incident was clear. Beirut-based photographer Hussein Malla immediately called AP photographers Nasser Nasser, Lefteris Pitarakis and stringer Mohammed Zaatari and advised them to rush to the scene. Nasser arrived as the bodies of many civilians — including numerous children — were being pulled from the rubble. Lefteris later took over, enabling Nasser to get his pictures swiftly onto the wire. Kevin Frayer was dispatched from Beirut to boost AP’s presence. Throughout the morning, AP’s team filed a steady stream of powerful images.

Meanwhile, in Beirut, a small Hezbollah demonstration exploded into violence at word of the Qana attack. Hezbollah supporters stormed the nearby United Nations building, scaling walls and smashing their way past bulletproof glass barriers to enter the building itself. Photographers Hussein Malla, Kevork Djansezian and Ben Curtis were all there to capture the rioting. Beirut-based photo editor Dalia Khamissy coordinated with photographers in the field and handled a steady stream of stringer photos. All day long, AP photographers relayed what they were seeing to AP reporters for print stories.

Nasser’s most haunting image showed a man emerging from the rubble carrying the lifeless and dust-covered body of a child. Calm, morning light shone down on man and child, highlighting them against an almost monochrome background of pure rubble. ... Nasser’s image ran on the front pages of at least 33 newspapers, including the San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer and the New York Post. It also won a double-page center spread in The Guardian of London. Lefteris’s image of a resident weeping next to a row of bodies made the front of The Washington Post, among many others. Hussein, Kevork and Ben’s images of the storming of the UN building easily beat those of the competition.

For a day of outstanding a memorable photos, taken in conditions of substantial danger, the Lebanon photo team of Nasser Nasser, Lefteris Pitarakis, Kevin Frayer, Mohammed Zaatari, Ben Curtis, Hussein Malla, Kevork Djansezian and Dalia Khamissy shares this week’s $500 Beat of the Week award.
 

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red states rule said:
Liberals and the liberal media are doing their best to help the terrorists kill as many jews as possible.



AP Rewards Qana Photographers with Money
Posted by Greg Sheffield on August 2, 2006 - 14:34.
An email was sent out to Associated Press staffers that praised the work of its photographers during the Israeli-Hezbollah conflict. There's even a cash prize of $500 dollars that apparently will get split eight ways. The photographers who took the pictures of dead children in Qana will take part in the reward.
Is this what it takes? If we paid them $500 dollars, maybe photographers in the region would take pictures of terrorists hiding behind human shields.

HT Little Green Footballs.

Dear Staffers:
Last Sunday proved to be one of the most dramatic days in the war between Israel and Hezbollah fighters in Lebanon. AP’s extensive photo team produced a stunning series of images that day that beat the competition and scored huge play worldwide.

Rumors surfaced early Sunday morning that an Israeli airstrike had flattened a house in the southern Lebanese village of Qana. The number of deaths wasn’t immediately known, but the seriousness of the incident was clear. Beirut-based photographer Hussein Malla immediately called AP photographers Nasser Nasser, Lefteris Pitarakis and stringer Mohammed Zaatari and advised them to rush to the scene. Nasser arrived as the bodies of many civilians — including numerous children — were being pulled from the rubble. Lefteris later took over, enabling Nasser to get his pictures swiftly onto the wire. Kevin Frayer was dispatched from Beirut to boost AP’s presence. Throughout the morning, AP’s team filed a steady stream of powerful images.

Meanwhile, in Beirut, a small Hezbollah demonstration exploded into violence at word of the Qana attack. Hezbollah supporters stormed the nearby United Nations building, scaling walls and smashing their way past bulletproof glass barriers to enter the building itself. Photographers Hussein Malla, Kevork Djansezian and Ben Curtis were all there to capture the rioting. Beirut-based photo editor Dalia Khamissy coordinated with photographers in the field and handled a steady stream of stringer photos. All day long, AP photographers relayed what they were seeing to AP reporters for print stories.

Nasser’s most haunting image showed a man emerging from the rubble carrying the lifeless and dust-covered body of a child. Calm, morning light shone down on man and child, highlighting them against an almost monochrome background of pure rubble. ... Nasser’s image ran on the front pages of at least 33 newspapers, including the San Francisco Chronicle, Chicago Tribune, The Philadelphia Inquirer and the New York Post. It also won a double-page center spread in The Guardian of London. Lefteris’s image of a resident weeping next to a row of bodies made the front of The Washington Post, among many others. Hussein, Kevork and Ben’s images of the storming of the UN building easily beat those of the competition.

For a day of outstanding a memorable photos, taken in conditions of substantial danger, the Lebanon photo team of Nasser Nasser, Lefteris Pitarakis, Kevin Frayer, Mohammed Zaatari, Ben Curtis, Hussein Malla, Kevork Djansezian and Dalia Khamissy shares this week’s $500 Beat of the Week award.


To the media its all about 'da Benjamens'.
Remember Bill Clinton's remark a while back about grabbing a gun and hitting the trenches on Israel's behalf? Of course he would never actually do that himself, but he(or his wife) can send you to do it! Make no mistake where the Democratic party will stand on the issue.
 

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Sorry, I can't think past the last three years, who built the Statue of Liberty?
 

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Not sure who actually assembled it in NY.
 

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Not sure who actually assembled it in NY.
Who paid for it though? And who got it there?
 

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Now for those of you who haven't caught on, this is an example. The United States and France have traditionally been allies. Without French naval support, training expertise, and battlefield strategy, America wouldn't exist other than as a crown colony or "dominion" (I'm looking at you, Canada). Admittedly, this alliance has always been strained. Revolutionary French forces attacked American shipping in the late 1790s, and Charles de Gaulle withdrew from the NATO military alliance following the Suez War, but, despite these difficulties, the alliance has held. It is in America's best interest to have allies, no one can deny that. While the French stood steadfast against the war in Iraq, thereby in opposition to America, we should not let this incident start to undo the longstanding friendship between our two countries. It is not in America's interest to drive away it's closest friends on the international stage at the time when their assistence could be the most useful, especially one so central to Europe. We do not need the help of either France or NATO in all things, but their help is much appreciated and adds an air of international legitimacy to any action. NATO forces in Afghanistan have eased the burden of the occupation of that country for us, and their help would bolster or efforts in Iraq.
France is full of arrogant assholes, but we've had an alliance with her for over 200 years, and maintaining that relationship is the pragmatic course.
 

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Yes, the penny drive. There are a surprising number of children's books about it.

Are you denying that the French gave us the statue?
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It was agreed upon that in a joint effort the American people were to build the base, and the French people were responsible for the Statue and its assembly in the United States
That should answer you're questions about who built it as well.
 

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Mr.Conley said:
Now for those of you who haven't caught on, this is an example. The United States and France have traditionally been allies. Without French naval support, training expertise, and battlefield strategy, America wouldn't exist other than as a crown colony or "dominion" (I'm looking at you, Canada). Admittedly, this alliance has always been strained. Revolutionary French forces attacked American shipping in the late 1790s, and Charles de Gaulle withdrew from the NATO military alliance following the Suez War, but, despite these difficulties, the alliance has held. It is in America's best interest to have allies, no one can deny that. While the French stood steadfast against the war in Iraq, thereby in opposition to America, we should not let this incident start to undo the longstanding friendship between our two countries. It is not in America's interest to drive away it's closest friends on the international stage at the time when their assistence could be the most useful, especially one so central to Europe. We do not need the help of either France or NATO in all things, but their help is much appreciated and adds an air of international legitimacy to any action. NATO forces in Afghanistan have eased the burden of the occupation of that country for us, and their help would bolster or efforts in Iraq.
France is full of arrogant assholes, but we've had an alliance with her for over 200 years, and maintaining that relationship is the pragmatic course.


Frane has forgotten how the US pulled their ass from the fire in 1944 after they ignored a growing threat AND SURRENDERD

Hell, france surrenders to thunderstorms
 

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yes, France has been a good ally for a long time.

Maybe we should listen to them when they are critical of zionism?
But I don't think thats what Kerry was getting at LOL
 

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theHawk said:
yes, France has been a good ally for a long time.

Maybe we should listen to them when they are critical of zionism?

Yes, france has stood on the sidelines in the past and allowed Jews to be slaughtered.

Nothing new for the surrender monkies
 

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Mr.Conley said:
Yes, the penny drive. There are a surprising number of children's books about it.

Are you denying that the French gave us the statue?
That should answer you're questions about who built it as well.


Of course the French built it silly :bat:
 

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Yes, france has stood on the sidelines in the past and allowed Jews to be slaughtered.

Nothing new for the surrender monkies


What does that have to do with zionism and the idiotic blunder of putting the state smack in the middle of pandora's box?
 

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Of course the French built it silly :bat:


We removed the white flag and replaced it with the torch
 

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We removed the white flag and replaced it with the torch


lol
 

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