A Vote for John kerry is...... by #13915 ..... Politics Debate Forum
Date: 11/1/2004 8:44:54 PM ( 9 year ago)
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A vote for John Kerry is a vote AGAINST the U.S. military personnel
who liberated Iraq -- those Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Marines --
who are now on the frontline defending our critical national interests
in the region against Jihadi terrorists. It is also a vote against
those who have already provided the last measure on that front in
service to our great nation.
Indeed, there is a direct correlation between Kerry's efforts to
politicize dissent against U.S. resolve in the war against terrorism
-- specifically on the Iraqi warfront -- and American and Allied
causalities on that front. Those forces, including countless Iraqis,
are being injured and killed in ever-increasing numbers because of the
political discord Kerry and his ilk are fomenting.
If you think there is not a connection between Kerry's campaign
rhetoric and U.S. casualties, read on....
Kerry has reduced the war to liberate Iraq to nothing more than
political fodder, which has emboldened our Jihadi enemies. As noted
recently by Professor Mohammad Amin Bashar at Baghdad's Islamic
University, "If the U.S. Army suffered numerous humiliating
losses, Kerry would emerge as the superman of the American people." To
that end, Abu Jalal, an influential Iraqi resistance leader, said last
month, "American elections and Iraq are linked tightly together.
We've got to work to change the election, and we've done so. With our
strikes, we've dragged Bush into the mud."
The net effect of Kerry's dissention can certainly be felt in terms of
increased numbers of American and Allied casualties. A few weeks ago,
John Edwards unwittingly provided the evidence for this very
correlation: "We lost more troops in September than we lost in
August; lost more in August than we lost in July; lost more in July
than we lost in June."
This was, and remains, the unavoidable consequence of Kerry's reckless
campaign rhetoric. The blood of those American Patriots (like the
blood of his "brothers" in Vietnam, after he used that war
as fodder for his 1972 congressional campaign), is on John Kerry's
To be sure, this is the harshest of all condemnations. But it is also
Now, Osama bin Laden, who planned the 9/11 attack killing 3,000 of our
countrymen -- men, women and children -- has emerged from his rat
hole, and issued a statement which is, unquestionably, timed to
support John Kerry.
In that light, the most challenging question that can be asked on
this, the eve of the 2004 Presidential Election, is not so much,
"For whom will you vote?" but "With whom will you vote?"
Will you vote with Osama bin Laden, Abu Jalal, Saddam Hussein and Abu
Musab Al-Zarqawi? How about Kim Jong-Il, Mohammad Khatami, Moammar
al-Ghadafi and Hu Jingtao. All of these tyrants support John Kerry.
Will you vote with America's fighting forces, who, according to a
just- published Army Times poll, overwhelmingly support President
George W. Bush. In fact, 82 percent of our Armed Forces said they do
not want John Kerry as their Commander in Chief.
On Tuesday, SUPPORT OUR TROOPS -- VOTE FOR GEORGE W. BUSH!
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