John Kerry with Hanoi Jane


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cpileri
February 10, 2004, 11:43 PM
That sucking sound, it the sound of his presidential career going down the toilet! (I hope)
from:
http://www.vietnamveteransagainstjohnkerry.com/
(see attached, seen right above HJ in photo- and save a copy, betchya it wont last long!)
C-

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cpileri
February 10, 2004, 11:47 PM
Kerry's book cover, upside down flag handled irreverently. A pet peeve of mine.

Standing Wolf
February 11, 2004, 12:28 AM
Well, yeah, but does he really have what it takes to be the next Dukakis?

I'mSpartacus!
February 11, 2004, 12:43 AM
Dukakis was just a dumb a-- who made the mistake of letting felons take weekend vacations from prison and also had the misfortune of getting his picture in a tank with a helmet that looked like the guy from "Spaceballs".

Kerry is actually way worse! Check out his relationship with Hanoi Jane -- it's more than what the Kerry campaign is claiming in damage control spins.

http://www.liddyshow.us/index2.php

Ala Dan
February 11, 2004, 01:35 AM
"Birds of a feather, flock Together" is ever so true! :uhoh: :(

Best Wishes,
Ala Dan, N.R.A. Life Member

mrapathy2000
February 11, 2004, 02:10 AM
suprised clark has fallen so fast. guess clintons are going to back scary kerry. dean is about dead 1 million generated and he is focussing in wisconsin it seams.

http://12.217.194.67/mrapathy/kerry/Fonda_Kerry_arrow.jpg

http://12.217.194.67/mrapathy/kerry/k_arrest.jpg
thats my favorite. kerry in cuffs :D

http://12.217.194.67/mrapathy/kerry/kerry_john_as_karloff.jpg

just plain scary when you start to read bout him. but the dems will spin till november.

Lennyjoe
February 11, 2004, 06:50 AM
Gonna be hard for Kerry to get any military men and women to vote for him.

I know of at least one that will not vote for him.;)

WonderNine
February 11, 2004, 07:31 AM
Um, hate to say I told you so, but I already knew Kerry would be the Democrat frontrunner two years ago.

Yea, that good old SUV driving environment saving Kerry. He's our man!

gburner
February 11, 2004, 09:56 AM
What a steaming sack of excrement.:barf:

cpileri
February 11, 2004, 10:12 AM
Lennyjoe-
Rest assured there's a WHOLE lot more than just you and I!
C-

FPrice
February 11, 2004, 10:29 AM
Three

And counting.

Just make it in person and NOT a military absentee ballot and you should be okay.

Obiwan
February 11, 2004, 12:11 PM
Kerry Quotes

He supports a volunteer Army, "if and only if we can create the controls for it. You're going to have to prepare for the possibility of a national emergency, however." Kerry said that the United Nations should have control over most of our foreign military operations. "I'm an internationalist. I'd like to see our troops dispersed through the world only at the directive of the United Nations."

On other issues, Kerry wants "to almost eliminate CIA activity. The CIA is fighting its own war in Laos and nobody seems to care." He also favors a negative income tax and keeping unemployment at a very low level, "even if it means selective economic controls."

Sean Smith
February 11, 2004, 12:49 PM
Kerry looks like a real candidate because he sounds reasonable sometimes and is a veteran. However, once his voting record, which is somewhere to the left of Ted Kennedy, is publicized, he will get beaten like a drum unless the Bush campaign is grossly mis-managed.

Thumper
February 11, 2004, 12:52 PM
Kerry said that the United Nations should have control over most of our foreign military operations. "I'm an internationalist. I'd like to see our troops dispersed through the world only at the directive of the United Nations."

:what: :barf:

Do you have a source, Master Obiwan? That's juicy stuff.

stephen_g22
February 11, 2004, 12:58 PM
Here ya go Thumper

http://www.thecrimson.com/today/article357339.html

Published on Wednesday, February 11, 2004
Old Crimson Interview Reveals A More Radical John Kerry
The Crimson reported Kerry called for U.N. control of troops in 1970

By ZACHARY M. SEWARD
Crimson Staff Writer

Ten months after returning home from Vietnam, a young John Kerry strolled

into the offices of The Harvard Crimson on Feb. 13, 1970 as an obscure

underdog in the Democratic Congressional primary.
The decorated veteran, honorably discharged after a tour of duty in the

Mekong Delta, spoke in fierce terms during his daylong interview with The

Crimson’s Samuel Z. Goldhaber ’72.

But almost 34 years later, Kerry’s remarks on American military and

intelligence operations vastly diverge from opinions expressed by the

present-day Sen. John F. Kerry, D.-Mass., the leading candidate in the

Democratic primary for president.

“I’m an internationalist,” Kerry told The Crimson in 1970. “I’d like to see

our troops dispersed through the world only at the directive of the United

Nations.”

Kerry said he wanted “to almost eliminate CIA activity. The CIA is fighting

its own war in Laos and nobody seems to care.”

The Kerry campaign, celebrating primary victories in Virginia and Tennessee

last night, declined to comment on the senator’s remarks.

As a candidate for president, Kerry has said he supports the autonomy of the

U.S. military and has never called for a scale-back of CIA operations.

Former Secretary of Labor Robert B. Reich defended Kerry’s 1970 statements

as appropriate for their time.

“In the context of the Vietnam War, those comments are completely

understandable,” said Reich, who has endorsed Kerry.

But a spokesperson for President Bush’s reelection campaign said Kerry’s

1970 remarks signaled the senator’s weakness on defense.

“President Bush will never cede the best interests of the national security

of the American people to anybody but the president of the United States,

along with the Congress,” said the spokesperson, Kevin A. Madden.

The increasingly likely matchup between Kerry and Bush has already prompted

comparisons of the senator’s record in Vietnam and the president’s domestic

service in the National Guard. And the two Yale graduates, both members of

the secret society Skull and Bones, appeared set to square off in future

months under the specter of the ongoing war in Iraq.

Goldhaber, whose first-person profile of Kerry ran in The Crimson Feb. 18,

1970, said yesterday he recalled the candidate as an emerging outsider whose

campaign focused squarely on his opposition to the Vietnam War.

“We lived, dreamed and breathed Vietnam,” Goldhaber said.

Still, Adam Clymer ’58, political director of the National Annenberg

Election Survey at the University of Pennsylvania, said Kerry’s comments

would likely find their way into Bush campaign materials.

“If I were them, I’d use this,” said Clymer, a former Crimson president.

“I’d use it in direct mail.”

Kerry’s conservative opponents have already begun painting the Massachusetts

senator and former deputy governor as an elite, New England liberal, and his

21-year voting record in the Senate may provide considerable ammunition.

Madden said the Bush campaign would highlight Kerry’s Senate votes should he

win the Democratic nomination.

And Reich forecasted G.O.P. research would extend far beyond Capitol Hill.

“If Kerry is the nominee, Republicans will try and search back into

everything he ever said on every issue,” Reich predicted.

Kerry’s 1970 remarks to Goldhaber portray a fiery, novice politician

inspired by his opposition to the Vietnam War.

“He struck me as very ambitious,” Goldhaber said yesterday. “He struck me as

the sort of person—even back then, newly returned from Vietnam—who was

thinking about running for president.”

—Staff writer Zachary M. Seward can be reached at seward@fas.harvard.edu.

Hkmp5sd
February 11, 2004, 12:59 PM
You guys are grossly underestimating the ability of the democrats to convince themselves their candidate is the Second Coming and the republican is the devil incarnate.

Clinton used connections to avoid military service completely, went to Europe and protested the war and the US, smoked dope but could not figure out how to inhale, sexually harrassed female employees, molested and raped other women, carried on multiple extra marital affairs and still managed to get elected president. While president, he committed perjury and treason on a massive scale and the democrats still defend him to this day.

A picture of Kerry with Hanoi Jane is virtually a non-issue for them. In fact, it could be a badge of honor for that group.

sctman800
February 11, 2004, 01:01 PM
Going through the checkout lane today I noticed a tabloid, mabye Inquirer or Star, had headlines that Kerry has had plastic surgery. That has to be a lie, no one would pay for a face like that. Oh, wait, mabye it is a brilliant plan to get the sympathy vote. Jim.

moa
February 12, 2004, 05:29 PM
From what I have read so far, Kerry's record in the Senate on voting for major weapons systems and national intelligence is dismal. The Republicans should be able to kick his butt on that alone enough to sink his election hopes.

It seems as if Kerry was voting for unilateral disarmament. He voted against weapons that won the Cold War and won the two Gulf Wars.

Bush is no prize to a lot of people, but Kerry in White House would be a total disaster. From Kerry's comments, he apparently thinks the terrorist threat is being over-hyped.

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