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Saturday, August 21, 2004

Swift Boat Accounts Incomplete:
The above link is a pro-Kerry report from the Washington Post. It is bad journalism, and contradicts and misrepresents the statements of four of Kerry's companions that day. Click here - You Decide 2004 - Kerry Camp, Opponents Release Dueling Ads: "The group's previous ad, which claimed Kerry exaggerated his valor and lied to obtain medals, prompted the Kerry campaign to file a complaint with the Federal Election Commission that alleged the group behind the ad was illegally coordinating its efforts with the Bush-Cheney campaign. It cited "recent press reports" and the group's own statements. The Bush campaign denied the allegation."
Bring on the jack boots and stop the presses. If you don't like the content, then burn the books. Who is the party of freedom in modern America? Question, if Bush's National Guard service is a legitimate subject for debate, examination, late night comedy, etc., then why not Kerry's record? Why not shut down Michael Moore?

Friday, August 20, 2004

My Way News: "'John Kerry is a fighter and he doesn't tolerate lies from others,' spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter shot back at President Bush's spokesman."
Want's to do it all himself?
WorldNetDaily: John Kerry's Cambodia fantasy: "On more than one occasion, I like Martin Sheen in 'Apocalypse Now,' took my patrol boat into Cambodia. In fact, I remember spending Christmas Eve of 1968 five miles across the Cambodia border being shot at by our South Vietnamese allies who were drunk and celebrating Christmas. The absurdity of almost being killed by our own allies in a country in which President Nixon claimed there were no American troops was very real. "
Read this whole article if you think you need to know about Kerry's character and respect for the truth. This is a great article, and it is reporting like this that has made Kerry and his lying friends back down from a story he has been telling for thirty years.

How long will it be before he invents new and more imaginative stories about his purple hearts, etc.?
WorldNetDaily: A Iran missiles sharpen aim with U.S. technology: "But the missile, based on the North Korean No Dong, was not accurate. The Iranians appeared to have changed all that. Tehran has procured and integrated a Chinese missile navigation system into the Shihab-3 apparently based on the Global Positioning System, or GPS."
Thank you, Bill Clinton. Of course, a bunch of Chinese money for your election campaign was the price they paid for these guidance systems, but you profited, and that is all that matters, isn't it?

Now, we are looking down the barrel of Iranian missiles. This will be just the beginning if John Kerry is elected.

Thursday, August 19, 2004

OpinionJournal - Featured Article: " 'Coward?' Such a comment would take chutzpah coming from anyone. But Senator Harkin is a proven fabricator when it comes to his own Vietnam-era record, as shown during his own failed 1992 Presidential bid. Consider this excerpt from a Wall Street Journal news story by James M. Perry from December:"

Wednesday, August 18, 2004

NYC to GOP: A Drop Dead: "Tourists are pleasantly surprised when New Yorkers act as friendly and polite as the people back home in Maybury. However, delegates to this month's Republican National Convention shouldn't expect to be treated to our standard out-of-towner treatment. The Republican delegates here to coronate George W. Bush are unwelcome members of a hostile invading army. Like the hapless saps whose blood they sent to be spilled into Middle Eastern sands, they will be given intentionally incorrect directions to nonexistent places. Objects will be thrown in their direction. Children will call them obscene names. They will not be greeted as liberators. "
I have a wonderful idea. New York and New Yorkers should give back to the American People all the money that was poured out to their greed after 9/11, and the money diverted to the families of the soldiers who fight in Iraq.
National sales tax tremors - The Washington Times%3A Commentary - August 18%2C 2004
A national sales tax would be the greatest boost to the liberty of each person in the U. S. in the last 100 years. The greatest benefit would be the restoration of privacy to each citizen. There would be no need of reporting income and business affairs to government.

Tuesday, August 17, 2004

Kerry Made a Bush League Error on Iraq: "To win the debates and the election, Kerry needs to establish himself as the clear alternative to a president who has lied us into a quagmire. His forthright speech at the Democratic convention shows he is capable of this: "Before you go to battle, you have to be able to look a parent in the eye and truthfully say. 'We tried everything possible to avoid sending your son or daughter into harm's way. But we had no choice. We had to protect the American people, fundamental American values from a threat that was real and imminent.'"
These guys continue to get it wrong, and I think they do it deliberately. Bush and the American people never said the threat was "imminent." By the time a madman like Hussein gets and atomic bomb and the treat becomes imminent, it is too late.

The threat in Kosovo was not "imminent." In 1941 the threat from Germany was not "imminent." I guess this is what Kerry means by being "sensitive." "Sensitive war" means speaking harshly and kerrying no stick.

Monday, August 16, 2004 - You Decide 2004 - Keyes: Senators Should Be Appointed: "Alan Keyes said he would like to end the system under which the people elect U.S. senators and return to pre-1913 practice in which senators were chosen by state legislatures. "
Good for Alan Keyes! Here is someone who knows federalism and what the true liberty of the people is all about. Did Alan Keyes go to public school. If so, he must have been reading since he got out, for he didn't learn about America in public school.
Mike S. Adams: UNC administrator implicated in newspaper theft: "UNC administrators had better stock up on Maalox because it's going to be a long week in Chapel Hill. Just last week the university was exposed for de-recognizing a Christian group without due process for an unthinkable transgression; they wanted to limit membership in the Christian group to people who are actually Christians.
Now, information has surfaced, which implicates the administrator who de-recognized the Christian group in the theft of a student newspaper in 1996. And wouldn't you know it; the stolen newspaper was the Carolina Review, the only conservative newspaper on campus."
Isn't this something? Figure the logic in this. We put people in positions of trust over our tax money and the educational policies that form the world view of our children. We pay them good salaries. The people we choose are vocal in their belief that there is no religious truth and no moral truth. They are up front about it. Then we place our children and our money in their trust. That really makes sense. The fox says to the goose, "I really like to eat a goose for dinner. I enjoy it a great deal, and I will eat you if you come with me. Why don't you go down this path with me. I am trustworthy."

We can excuse the goose for going down the path because, after all, he is a goose. Why do people do it?

Liberals make no bones about their world view. Why do sane people elect them to office anyway, unless they are as silly as geese? Do we really hate God that much?


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