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Just as Abraham Lincoln had to endure the machinations of defeatists and enemy sympathizers such as Rep. Clement Valandingham and his fellow “Copperheads” during the Civil War, President Bush must now endure the girlish slaps of the “Seven Dwarves” led by the erstwhile war hero and Wanna-be Ketchup Baron Senator John “Call Me a Frog” Kerry. Kerry wants very badly to be President, so badly, in fact, that everything he says and does in front of the news cameras is calculated to achieve that end. The sad fact that Senator Kerry does not posses even a shred of honor (or common sense) becomes all too obvious when one traces his initial support for the war with Iraq to his present attempts to undermine the war effort while slithering into the White House.
Using Senator Kerry’s “logic,” one is forced to conclude that Saddam Hussein and his minions were actually philanthropists and do-gooders while President Bush is the very embodiment of Machiavellian evil. According to Senator Kerry, Saddam Hussein is worthy of the title of “victim.” While there are many in academia, the media, France, and the Democratic Party ready and willing to swallow this supposition, the facts do not support the premise. Senator Kerry knows this, but he, like the late Dr. Goebbels and those who work for CNN, also knows that if a lie is repeated often enough and loudly enough it will become “true.”
With people like Senator Kerry and the rest of the “Seven Dwarves” this nation can consider itself well supplied with enemy sympathizers. They certainly fit the “profile.”p>Thank You, br> — Tillman L. Jeffrey br> Manteca, CA /p> p> Regarding candidate Kerry’s “announcement” next to the USS Yorktown recently, it should be noted that the original Yorktown (actually, the second one, circa WW II, the third one is that which was used as a backdrop in South Carolina) was hit repeatedly by the Japanese forces during the battle of Midway, and in spite of the best efforts of her crew to save her, had to be sunk by the US Navy itself as it was not able to even be towed to port. A war hero, legend, a valiant ship and crew but, nonetheless, an appropriate metaphor for this Democratic aspirant. br> —