Sunday, December 11, 2005

John Kerry's contempt for US soldiers

Dimitri Vassilaros: Genghis John rides again

David Wade, Kerry's communications director, responded promptly after we spoke.

Mr. Wade's e-mail message attempted to summarize the information in the four attachments. It also referenced an accusation by the virulent anti-American scold the International Committee of the Red Cross, which demands terrorists be treated as prisoners of war.

Three attachments were very old newspaper stories from The Sun of Baltimore (June 18, 2003), The New York Times (Aug. 7, 2003) and The Washington Post (Jan. 23, 2005). The fourth, a U.S. Institute of Peace report, stated that even creating a profile of the "insurgents" is "a daunting task."

The Sun story states "someone or something" struck a retired Iraqi high school teacher who walked into the street and died, and "Just who or what caused his death is a mystery." Then the story all but blames our soldiers.

The Times wrote that "The American military ... has decided to limit the scope of its raids in Iraq after receiving warnings from Iraqi leaders that the raids were alienating the public." That was just a few months after the invasion.

The Post article "is the story of how the U.S. military made an enemy of one man during a 20-minute encounter" -- a man who hates Jews and felt so violated when his stash of girlie magazines was discovered that he started to slap his own mother.

And Genghis Khan thought he knew how to terrorize kids and children, and, you know, women, in the dead of night.
Previous articles about: Iraq War defeatism
Democrat reaction to GOP “retreat & defeat” ad.
The misunderstandings of Murtha
The Associated Press: responsible for higher US casualties
Retreat and defeat is not an option
More on the Democrat defeatists
The Dean of Defeatism
Media coverage of Iraq has been biased to the negative
National humiliation

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