Missing weapons, missing dignity
John Kerry continues to repeat an easily provable lie day after day on the campaign trail, showing his true character, or lack of it, for the entire world to see. Ralph Peters drops a daisy cutter on John Kerry's and Big Media's October Surprise.
THE MYTH OF THE 'MISSING EXPLOSIVES': A SHAMELESS LIE
BY RALPH PETERS
October 28, 2004 -- SHOULD the United Nations decide who be comes our
president? Sen. John Kerry wouldn't mind. He's shamelessly promoting the lies
that the U.N.'s International Atomic Energy Agency is telling about Iraq.
A devious IAEA report suggests that 400 tons of explosives were spirited
away by our enemies under the noses of our Keystone-Cops troops after the fall
of Baghdad. The document just happened to be released in the closing days of our
presidential election. Purely a coincidence, of course. Brought to you by those
selfless U.N. bureaucrats who failed in Iraq and are now failing in Iran.
Sen. Kerry knows this is a bogus issue. And he doesn't care. He's willing
to accuse our troops of negligence and incompetence to further his political
career. Of course, he did that once before.