John Kerry: Iraq vote, no big deal
Has there ever been a more revealing comment from a politician?
John Kerry on Meet The Press yesterday,
"But no one in the United States or in the world-- and I'm confident of what the world response will be. No one in the United States should try to overhype this
What does it say about Kerry that he is more certain of the world reaction that he is of the reaction here at home? Pathetic.
Don't overhype the election for fear that George Bush gets the credit he deserves. On a day that should bring pride to every American, John Kerry's message is, "No Big Deal". How inspiring, uplifting. Way to get people rallied behind our mission. That's the point isn't it. He doesn't want to see our mission succeed. Did he seem disappointed by the success of the election, by the huge turnout or is that just cynical old me?
How about a word or two about the sacrifice of our troops and their families for a job well done and a successful, nobel mission to liberate Iraq and spread democracy in the heart of the mideast. Will never happen. Sure, he praised the troops yesterday, but only in the context of his belief that it has all been part of this terrible disaster that Iraq is.
The people of Massachusetts should be ashamed for having two Senators who are actively rooting for defeat in Iraq.