That’s What I’m Saying

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As always, Captain Ed gives the summation brilliantly.

We have a presidential candidate who has repeatedly accused George Bush of lying to the American public on the thinnest of evidence, and yet Kerry felt no compunction about telling this lie directly to the cameras during a presidential debate. Kerry spent the past week accusing Bush of using scare tactics to get re-elected, and yet Kerry has spent the past several weeks spreading the lies that Bush has secret plans to start a military draft and to steal the pensions of senior citizens. Kerry and his allies have made wild accusations about Bush’s military record but have squealed like schoolgirls every time people ask him to sign a Form 180 to release his own complete military file.

Yes, it reveals nothing that we haven’t seen before, but in this case the lie is particularly egregious in that he’s using it to undermine our foreign policy and diplomacy in a time of war. It’s another indication that nothing, not our security or the lives of our troops, comes before his own overwhelming ambitions to seize power and live out the life of his boyhood idol, John Kennedy. And the fact that he’s established a firm pattern of deceit and self-aggrandizement shouldn’t be treated with a round of indifference; it should be heralded to the American electorate so that they can see Kerry for the prevaricating narcissist that he so clearly is.

Exactly.

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  • I’m sorry, I’m voting for Bush but this story is over-rated..I hope everyone was counting on this to sink Kerry..

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