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Monday, March 15, 2004

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Coalition of the Bribed

Here's a hint: It wasn't the people who actually want to fight terrorism.

A year ago John Kerry described the nations that would liberate Iraq as a "coalition of the bribed, the coerced, the bought and the extorted." It turns out that may be a better description of his own antiwar camp. From Jacques Chirac's and Vladimir Putin's political cronies to Tony Blair's own Labour Party, many of the most vocal opponents of enforcing U.N. resolutions turn out to have been on the take.

The Left sickens me more and more.

Oh, and this just in: John Kerry, Lying Liar. As usual, all emphasis is mine.

Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, arguing that voters "are hungry for a real discussion," promoted a health care plan that he said would save consumers $1,000 each as he focused attention Sunday on a pair of important Rust Belt states that have been battered by the steady drain of manufacturing jobs.

Get that? We're hungry for a "real discussion". And as usual, Kerry proves that he's full of shit, because in the VERY SAME MEETING, this happens:

The town meeting was contentious at times, with 52-year-old Cedric Brown repeatedly pressing the candidate to name the foreign leaders whom Kerry has said are backing his campaign.

"I'm not going to betray a private conversation with anybody," Kerry said. As the crowd of several hundred people began to mutter and boo, Kerry said, "That's none of your business."


Oh, gee, those "foreign leaders" that you were bragging about who wanted you in office, John? You're not going to talk about them, John? Could it be because you're a lying sack of shit, John? Yes, I think so! God, this guy is as crooked as they come, and can't even keep his lies straight for a few hours! And as Glenn Reynolds puts it: "If it's none of our business, why did you bring it up in the first place?"

Indeed! And Reynolds exposes even more lying and pandering on the part of John Fonda Kerry here. I'm starting to think that Kerry isn't human, he's the discharge from a septic tank that somehow obtained somewhat coherant thought and mobility.

(links from Instapundit)

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