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It's important to know exactly how Kerry stands on Iraq

by SteveGargini / October 9, 2004 4:58 AM PDT
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Re: It's important to know exactly how Kerry stands on Iraq
by TONI H / October 9, 2004 5:18 AM PDT

maybe we need to send the link to Kerry via email or send it to his webmaster so all of his people and HE will know where he stands.......

TONI

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I think you may have something there Toni
by SteveGargini / October 9, 2004 7:03 AM PDT

Kerry's memory hasn't been too good recently with all his flip-flops.
It almost appears that Kerry is not aware of what he has said about certain subjects.
Should someone be a commander-in-chief with such an intolerable memory?

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I didn't originally attempt the main video download
by SteveGargini / October 9, 2004 7:09 AM PDT

It is 162 megs in quick time format, so unless you have broadband I suggest that only the cuts are viewed.

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Re: It's important to know exactly how Kerry stands on Iraq
by C1ay / October 9, 2004 7:24 AM PDT

It looks like something everyone should watch, especially Kerry's supporters. I downloaded the screensaver edition so I can load it on some PCs over at Best Buy and Circuit City Devil

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(NT) (NT) I am rolling here! lol
by lylesg / October 9, 2004 9:37 AM PDT
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That's an excellent idea Clay
by SteveGargini / October 9, 2004 10:23 AM PDT

Once the video has been downloaded, I guess it is easy to burn it onto a cd and load it all over the place, great.

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(NT) (NT) Me too!
by James Denison / October 9, 2004 10:25 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) I'm not sure "stands" is exactly the right word.
by EdH / October 9, 2004 7:26 AM PDT
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(NT) (NT) How about 'squirm' Ed :)
by SteveGargini / October 9, 2004 6:59 PM PDT
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Re: It's important to know exactly how Kerry stands on Iraq
by Paul C / October 9, 2004 9:33 AM PDT

Steve,

I posted this yesterday regarding the way Sen, Kerry, IMO, uses certain formulations in his replies in the debates as a smokescreen over what he really means and believes and advocates.

It should be noted that again last night Sen. Kerry used the same formulation as he last Friday in his "global test" remark to "deny" that he would make America's right to defend itself subject to what Vice-President Cheney has derisively called "a permission slip from the UN".

IMO, this man is incredibly dangerous, as he invites further attacks by making it clear - once you decode what he's saying - that he'll happily allow the "world community" to possess a veto over our actioms against terror.

In 1950, then-Secretary of State Dean Achison made remarks that appeared to exclude South Korea from the list of nations that we would automatically defend; the North Koreans duly attacked. In 1990, then-U.S. Ambassador to Iraq April Glasbie made remarks that seemed to say that we'd look the other way in the event of an Iraqi invasion of Kuwait; Iraq duly attacked. What do you think the terror masters and their sponsors are thinking when they hear a candidate for the U.S. presidency make atatements that appear to preclude not just preemption but also legitimate self-defense until and unless we can get ALL the "allies" to sign off on it? IMO, the Islamofascists will attack - again and again and again until President Kerry realizes that protecting the American people is not something that needs the consent of other nations; in the meantime, how many thousands (tens of thousands? more?) need be slaughtered?

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Sorry to double up on you Paul
by SteveGargini / October 9, 2004 10:38 AM PDT

This was sent to me by e-mail, and I missed your post.
I think you are absolutely right about Kerry placing americans in enormous danger. If you don't get the thumbs up from the U.N, which I believe would never come, the whole of the U.S will be sitting target to any tinpot ruler with his hired assassinators, and the
military would in effect have it's hands tied.
I don't think Kerry should even be considered as a democrat, an enemy of the state would be closer.

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