Wednesday, January 12, 2005

Kerry as Statesman Traitor, Again

First Kerry met with the communists during the Vietnam war. Now he has met with the leader in Syria who just happens to be providing sanctuary to Iraqi Baathists and terrorists. His public pronouncements while in the mideast again show what a turncoat he is. As an American Senator he has the right to his little junkets to fact find. He has the right to come back to the USA and speak with fellow senators and representatives. He should not in my humble opinion be criticizing the policies of the US while on foreign soil. He forgot his mother's admonition again regarding integrity. What moral code does this man have that again, in a time of war, he is on foreign soil spewing his hatefulness toward our nations foreign policy. President Bush was elected for the second time to determine policy by the majority of the voters. We may not all agree 100% with all policy decisions, but as an American, I do think I have a little more class than Kerry shows. My mother taught me to not spread my dirty linen in public. There is a time and a place for honest and open debate, but Kerry does not choose that venue. What foreign leaders come to the USA to vent their hostility toward their own governments?

CAIRO - Middle East countries are frustrated by US policy in Iraq and feel too little is being done to end violence there, US Senator John Kerry said on Wednesday on a visit to the region.
Kerry repeatedly criticised the Bush administration"s Iraq policy during his failed bid to win the US presidency from George W. Bush, who led the invasion to topple Saddam Hussein.
"All of the countries of the region have a significant stake in the outcome and yet they are frustrated," Kerry said in Cairo after talks with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak.
"They are frustrated because they don"t feel that the steps necessary to be able to advance the stability of Iraq are really being taken," he said.
Kerry, who will also met officials in Syria, Jordan, Kuwait, Iraq and Israel, said Washington should do more to build up Iraqi security forces, which are often attacked by rebels fighting US-led forces and the interim Iraqi government.
"We could be and we should be doing a very significant amount more military training," he said. "LINK: "

Kerry had seen fit while in Iraq to make pronouncements regarding the blunders and wrong planning while the military were acting as escorts if not members of the audience. I am certain, his complaints did not boost the morale of our troops. Kerry seems to be totally unaware that the leaders of Iraq have a large say in how the military pursues it's mission. We are not dictators and we are there at the request of Iraq's leaders. Is Kerry so unaware that wars are full of mistakes and plans are constantly being changed according to the situation day by day? Thank God he LOST the election.

1 comment:

  1. Perhaps we could say "Kerry is as Kerry does."

    Even more than his nearly constant derision of all things American, his disdain for the military shows when he speaks. The good news is that the valiant Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines know what he is and what he is all about.

    Good post.