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Not in the face!
Posted by: Jon Henke on Wednesday, August 16, 2006

Here's another in a very long series of politicians who cry 'not in the face!' at the very rhetoric they've used previously. In an interview on The Young Turks — via AtriosJohn Kerry, in response to "Sen. Lieberman's comments that the Democratic party's policy on Iraq would strengthen terrorists", said...
That's bunk. That's scare-tactic bunk. And it's an unfortunate statement from somebody of Joe's quality, and I regret it....

I'm not going to stand for those scare tactics
... It's a disgrace that people are playing to the lowest common denominator of American politics, which is fear.
That's what John Kerry says now about Lieberman's assertion that Democratic policies would help the terrorists. Here's what John Kerry said when he was running for President.
I believe this administration and its policies is actually encouraging the recruitment of terrorists.
John Kerry isn't going to stand for that. Not anymore, anyway.
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Previous Comments to this Post 

He was for it before he was against it!

Or was he against it before he was for it?

Hard to tell.
Written By: Robb Allen
I believe this administration and its policies is actually encouraging the recruitment of terrorists.
Sounds like Kerry is questioning the administrations patriotism, which I thought was supposed to be against the rules.
Written By: Josh
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Well, I’m certainly hoping Kerry will stand for something! Or maybe he’ll sit. Or maybe he’ll recline in a leisuely fashion for something. Even he doesn’t know from day to day!
Written By: shark
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Or maybe he’ll recline in a leisuely fashion for something.
or look dashing... dashing I say in his windsurfer wet suit.
Written By: meagain
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I think Saturday Night Live captured this trait of JF’nK’s best:
You know, this president likes to talk about how I called the war in Iraq "the wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time;" that a few days later, how I said that anyone who doesn’t think the world is a safer place without Saddam Hussein is not fit to be Commander-in-Chief. But what he doesn’t tell you is that when I denounced the war in Iraq, I was speaking to an anti-war group, and when I endorsed the war, I was addressing a pro-war delegation from the U.G.A. The fact of the matter is, I have consistently supported the war in front of pro-war audiences and condemned it in front of groups that oppose it. That is not flip-flopping, that is pandering, and America deserves a president who knows the difference.
Written By: A fine scotch
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Written By: Unknown
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Kerry’s really saying the same thing here - but you’re too daft to get it.
Written By: Kerry’s Enthusiastic
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The only thing I have ever heard kerry say is vague remarks about what ever the topic is. You could ask him what time it was and he would probably tell you about his watch and how it’s better than other watches and helps him get places on time but you still wouldn’t know what time it was. I wonder what he says when his wife or cook or maid ask what he wants for dinner. Probably something like "i’ll have something that is more nutritious and taste better than what the president is having for dinner"

I’ll take another Calvin Coolidge (minus the great depression) over any of the current bozos running for public offices.
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