Wednesday, September 29, 2004


Dots that need to be connected....

Sometimes Kerry looked like he was able to connect the dots, and other times he gets lost. Too many dots? Too many flips? Doing somersaults can make one dizzy....

From the American Spectator
Colin Powell's pre-war presentation before the United Nations established that Zarqawi received safe haven in Iraq, traveling "to Baghdad in May 2002 for medical treatment, staying in the capital of Iraq for two months while he recuperated to fight another day.…During this stay, nearly two dozen extremists converged on Baghdad and established a base of operations there. These al Qaeda affiliates, based in Baghdad, now coordinate the movement of people, money and supplies into and throughout Iraq for his network, and they've now been operating freely in the capital for more than eight months."

In other words, the insurgents after the war are terrorists Saddam Hussein harbored before it.

Yet, as Dangerus notes:

Kerry(D) knows better:
“I would disagree with John McCain that it’s the actual weapons of mass destruction he may use against us, it’s what he may do in another invasion of Kuwait or in a miscalculation about the Kurds or a miscalculation about Iran or particularly Israel. Those are the things that–that I think present the greatest danger. He may even miscalculate and slide these weapons off to terrorist groups to invite them to be a surrogate to use them against the United States. It’s the miscalculation that poses the greatest threat.” -- JFKerry(D) 9/15/02

“I believe the record of Saddam Hussein’s ruthless, reckless breach of international values and standards of behavior is cause enough for the world community to hold him accountable by use of force if necessary.” -- JFKerry(D) 10/10/02

“Those who doubted whether Iraq or the world would be better off without Saddam Hussein, and those who believe we are not safer with his capture, don’t have the judgment to be president or the credibility to be elected president.” -- JFKerry(D) 12/17/03
JFKerry(D) was all for ridding the world of Saddam... before he was against it...
“That means we must have a great honest national debate on Iraq. The President claims it is the centerpiece of his war on terror. In fact, Iraq was a profound diversion from that war and the battle against our greatest enemy, Osama bin Laden and the terrorists. Invading Iraq has created a crisis of historic proportions and, if we do not change course, there is the prospect of a war with no end in sight.” -- JFKerry(D) 9/20/04

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