Poor Wittle Johnie yet again.

Sunday, August 22, 2004

Posted by J. J. Jackson @ 9:25 AM


When Michael Moore launched his movie filled with half truths and downright lies about President Bush (Read Moore Facts? (Part 1), Read Moore Facts? (Part 2), and Read Moore Facts? (Part 3)) John Kerry was silent.

When Terry McAuliffe accused President Bush of being AWOL from the Texas Air National Guard, John Kerry was mute.

When Ted Kennedy accused U.S. forces of opening the Saddam torture chambers under "new management", John Kerry said nothing.

When MoveOn.org backed by millions of dollars from George Soros highlighted an ad portraying President Bush as Hitler, John Kerry was no where to be seen.

When Swift Boat Vets for Truth with the aid of about a hundred thousand dollars started questioning the truthfulness of what he claimed happened in Vietnam, John Kerry got a fire in his eyes and has even gone so far as to file a complaint with the FEC to silence the "attack". Notice a patern? You should. Free Speech, for the socialist left is a matter of them saying whatever they want to say no matter how untruthful it may be (Fahrenheit 9/11 for example). But have a group of men stand up and say the darling candidate of the socialist left is not all he's cracked up to be and BLAM! Sue until you bankrupt them or at least scare them enough to stop.

The record is clear for John Kerry. John Kerry doesn't want anyone that opposes him and his ever changing accounts of what happened in Vietnam to have their say. But he sure wants to be able sit before Congress and call his brothers in arms war criminals without justification. Win at all costs is their motto. And they are practicing the lessons they have learned from other leaders of the leftist movement well.



Leave a comment if you like! *Note if you are a left wing, tin hat wearing, pro-Marxist loon that likes to post "anonymously" you will be treated like the kook you are!
Comments: Post a Comment

<< Home

This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?

Support the Troops T-shirts & Apparel American Eagle
$1.00 from each purchase is donated to the Unmet Needs Program
archives
April 2004
May 2004
June 2004
July 2004
August 2004
September 2004
October 2004
November 2004
December 2004
January 2005
February 2005
March 2005
April 2005

Support Our Troops