:: Tuesday, October 05, 2004 ::
Just what do Winds of Change.NET: John Kerry and Owen Wilson have in common?
Kerry's long record in public life - both upon his return from Vietnam, and in the Senate - is equally clear: Calumnies against both his fellow soldiers in Vietnam and America's current allies in the war on terror that are never repudiated, or apologized for. A long history of votes against defense & intelligence appropriations, and of opposing U.S. military action abroad, even in the face of clear threats. Declarations that that we are engaged in global police work in the wake of 9/11, and not a war. The endless preoccupation with Vietnam.
The only explanation I can find for people who believe a Kerry Presidency would not be Carterite to its core (and worse) is sheer wishful projection. It is a measure of Bush's lack of competence as a campaigner and persuader that these illusions have not been utterly shattered, and that Kerry is still in the race.
:: Mark 8:12 AM [+] ::