When I see and hear what train wrecks the two last Democratic nominees for President have become, it makes me realize yet again that God was indeed watching out for American in the 2000 and 2004 elections.
It has been amusing listening to all the democrats try to explain away what Kerry said.Â They’re trying to convince people that he DIDN’T mean what he very clearly said, and that, as a veteran himself, he would never insult our military men and women.Â The fact is, though, he did.Â Of course his own actions after returning from service showed his lack of respect for the military and for our service personnel.Â So his words don’t come as a big surprise – except I thought his “handlers” would have managed him a little better.
This is a man who is supposed to be an accomplished speaker.Â There was no botched joke.Â Mr. Kerry – from his holier-than-thou-perch – thought he could get away with slamming the military because he was speaking to a bunch of Democrats.Â I guess he thought he was safe with his fellow Democratic snobs.
He’s taking the right track now, though.Â There is no way that an apology would ever make up for what he said, and who would believe it anyway?Â The only thing he’s sorry about is that his remarks caused such a furor.Â The only way to fight it is to take the offense and try to make the die-hard democrats believe it was a botched joke – something that apparently isn’t very difficult.Â That anyone could fall for that is amazing – but not surprising.Â I’ve never seen such lemmings in my life.
Put Kerry with Al “Do as I say, not as I do” Gore with Bill “No morals whatsoever” Clinton, and you have the three stooges – just not as funny as the originals.
Thank God that George Bush is our president.