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Wednesday, November 03, 2004

The Vietnam War is finally over. I am so proud to be an American today. The slander and disgrace and shame that was heaped upon the brave Americans in that terrible war have finally been laid to rest. The defeat of John Kerry is a vindication of the Swift Boat vets who suffered so much abuse in this election from the the unreconstructed anti-war remant of that era.

America is not the America of the Vietnam days. International Socialism represented by the Soviet Union is discredited and rests on the dust heap of history. North Korea and Castro's Cuba are hollow-eyes hags, the only national remnants of that era.

It is a completely different war that we now wage. America understand that, and gave George W. Bush the great number of votes in the history of the nation. It is not that they agree with everything he has done; it is not that he captivates them with his rhetoric and glib speech. But they perceive him to be an honest man, nothing like the slippery guys of the antiwar movement. They were not honest then, and they are not honest now. The trouble with Kerry, is he wasn't smart enough to remember what he said yesterday.

Because of the rebels of the Vietnam anti-war generation we have dissipated much of our nation's moral capital. We have elevated and listened to the real scum bags, the Kennedys, the Michael Moores, the Scoroses, the Hollywood thugs, the Rathers, the Koppels, the Jimmy Carters, the Peter Jennings, the Brokaws, and all the rest of these liberal outlaws. These termites have gnawed away at the moral and spiritual fiber of the country, and equate the Christian faith of Americans with the faith of Saudi Arabia and Iran. "Because they did not like to retain God in their knowledge, God gave them over to a reprobate mind."

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