Sunday, October 17, 2004
9/10 vs 9/11
John Kerry clearly thinks the war on terror begins and ends solely with Al Qaeda, if not just Osama bin Laden himself. He does not see the big picture. The capture or killing of Osama bin Laden will not end terrorism throughout the world. The war on terror is a global effort, fought on many fronts in many nations. John Kerry sees the war on terror as being about just one man, or just one group, in just one country.
If John Kerry wants to fight a limited war on terror focusing on just one person, then good for him, but he can't think we're going to let him be our Commander-in-Chief with that attitude.
John Kerry pre-9/11 mindset will be the worst possible setback to the war on terror, yet his campaign regularly chooses to remind the country of their dangerous attitude. On November 2nd, they'll Americans reject that attitude, and vote for George W. Bush, who wants to eliminate all terrorism, not just a small part of it.
Of course, George W. Bush actually sees terrorism as a real threat, not just a "nuisance" like John Kerry does.