Tuesday, October 31, 2006

The johnkerry Disease

Poor Nancy Pelosi is pulling out her eyebrows. Harry Reed can’t stop butting his head against the slot machine in his Senate office. Slow Joe Biden spent an hour and a half splainin what john kerry really meant when he told the college audience in Pasadena yesterday that they had better stay in school or they will be stuck in Iraq with the loser US military. Today kerry stated that he wanted to make it absolutely clear… he was talking about George Bush, not about the US military. What?

Listen here
What do you hear? Was he talking about Bush?

Denigrating American soldiers is what kerry does best. He did it in front of the US Senate when he got back from Vietnam. More recently, in Dec, 2005 on Face the Nation he accused U.S. troops of terrorizing Iraqi women and children:

And there is no reason, Bob, that young American soldiers need to be going into the homes of Iraqis in the dead of night, terrorizing kids and children, you know, women, breaking sort of the customs of the--of--the historical customs, religious customs.

And then he tells us who needs to be terrorizing the women and children:

Whether you like it or not... Iraqis should be doing that.

Once again, kerry shows his disdain for the US military. And his traiterous pronouncements are used by the Democratic Party to prop up their chances in the 2006 and 2008 elections. But this time the kerrydisease has metastasized into a cancer that needs to be excised.

The National Commander of The American Legion called on kerry to apologize for suggesting that American troops in Iraq are uneducated.

"As leader of The American Legion, I am outraged," said National Commander Paul A. Morin. "A generation ago, Sen. Kerry slandered his comrades in Vietnam by saying that they were rapists and murderers. It wasn't true then and his warped view of today's heroes isn't true now."

Morin continued: “The troops in Iraq represent the most sophisticated, technologically superior military that the world has ever seen. I think there is a thing or two that they could teach most college professors and campus elitists about the way the world works.”

The Veterans organization AMVETS' National Commander Thomas C. McGriff expressed disbelief and disappointment:

“For the Senator to suggest that today’s United States military is made up of uneducated men and women who didn’t ‘study hard’ or ‘make an effort to be smart’ is ridiculous and appalling. The men and women in uniform today make up the most advanced, highly-educated force ever seen. To suggest otherwise is a slap in the face to every soldier, sailor, airman, Marine and Coast Guardsman who has spent countless hours working to better him or herself. It is especially outrageous coming from a member of the U.S. Senate.”


A recent Gallup poll shows that the most admired profession in America is the military, followed by the police and clergy. Senators are near the bottom of the list (kerry is dead last).


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bravo!!! I heard his NOT apology this afternoon as I was driving along. What an idiot he is. Thank heavens he is not our President.


4:08 PM  
Blogger L. Riofrio said...

Since string theorists say (ha ha) that there are 10^500 possible universes, could there be a universe so perverse that John F. Kerry is president? No way! Kerry disproves string theory.

7:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You made a good point about Kerry's foolish Dec 2005 statement about searches of Iraqi homes at night. It has always mystified me that no one has called him to account for his apparent indifference to the terrorization of women and children, so long as the Iraqi's do the terrorizing. His ill-conceived statement seems to imply a lack of concern for innocent people and is another indication that his brain, like that of many liberals in this country, isn't functioning properly when it is poisoned by so much hatred for Bush.


9:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ever wonder why there wasn't a formal declaration of war against al qaeda?

think it's because people might confuse the house of saud with al qaeda?

or that the house of bush does business with the house of saud?

you think?

9:29 PM  
Anonymous Ray Rose said...


I'm pissed! I can't believe John F'n Kerry has gone out and denigrated our troops again! This elitist ass is a serial troop defamer.

Lt Gen Tom McInerney (ret)this morning said Kerry owes the troops not an apology, but his resignation. I wholeheartedly agree. This Veteran will not stand idly by and allow that lying snob to steal the heroism of another generation of Veterans.

Ray Rose
Gulf War Vet

8:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Even if his comment was a "botched joke" directed at President Bush(which I don't buy for a minute) it was in bad taste and John Kerry should know better being as "educated" as he is! Shame on him!! ~ Carolynne

8:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask Brian if he and his comrades-in-arms feel they have been "stuck" in Iraq, as if it were tantamount to pulling crappy duty. I bet that he and they will tell you that being part of OIF (Operation Iraqi Freedom) is the proudest thing they have ever done. Their families feel the same way. Kerry's comment insulted our military not once, but twice. He might just as well have said that if you don't do your homework, you will be stuck in the military, the traditional job for losers.

He is despicable.


9:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bravo!!! I heard his NOT apology this afternoon as I was driving along. What an idiot he is. Thank heavens he is not our President.


9:50 AM  
Blogger fetching jen said...

Isn't it funny how no one gets John Kerry's "joke?" What a liar and an idiot. I hope his own party ostracizes him.

10:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've got two Marine friends I'd like to put in a room alone with John Kerry and give him an education!


11:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kerry is SLIME!!


2:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bill, Good for you, I really detest this Neanderthal. The one thing I can say about him is he sure marries rich women; they must be dumb.


2:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not surprised by his comments; they follow a pattern of less than intelligent outbursts he has made in the past. If his party wanted to play it safe they would put him on a 10 second delay, or just use some duct tape. I’m personally impressed with my fellow service members; their intellect, devotion to a positive future for America, and ability to adapt and overcome to a constantly changing war are inspiring. Some of the most intelligent people I have met in my short 30 years on this earth are serving their country. I’m not sure the scolding he is receiving about this will curb his tongue, but maybe a week with some Marines fighting in the war would leave a lasting impression.

Brian (USMC)
Motivated and Dedicated

4:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey Bill, I thought Brian was Marine. Can't he defend himself? Didn't think so.

7:31 PM  
Blogger Bill Lama said...

I think Brian could take care of himself. Would you like to meet him? I'm sure he'd like to interact with you.

11:02 AM  

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