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Apologize, Mr. Kerry ? Cooperate and compromise Mr. Kerry ? It's a radically wrong policy to defend ourselves Mr. Kerry ? Let's not forget that it was they (the terrorists) that attacked us. Let's also not forget that with exception of 9/11 attacks, all other terrorist attacks happened on Clinton administrations watch. Yes Folks, can you believe it, terrorists were attacking us even before Bush became president. I know some of you will find that to be a stunning revelation considering all you hear from sniveling liberals is that we are hated by terrorists because of Bush's foreign policy. I guess terrorists' must have phoned Miss Cleo and got their reading and conducted pre-emptive terrorist strikes knowing that Bush would be President in future.
It was cooperate, compromise and apologize stratedgy that was radically wrong with Clinton administration's policies. Policies that gutted our military hardware, demoralized our military personnel, and invited our enemies to attack us, that led to attacks of 9/11. The terrorists, making mistake of listening to ridiculous rhetoric of whining liberals, believed that because President Bush narrowly won 2000 election, that he had no mandate, that he would be a weak President. They, and rest of world, would soon find out otherwise.
The majority of American People will never support apologizing or cooperating and compromising with our terrorist enemies, we have seen where that has gotten us, Mr. Kerry. The majority of Americans support Presidents policies on war on terror, even if they don't agree with his other policies.
It appears, ladies and gentlemen that Kerry thinks this is still '70's and just as he aided and abetted our enemies then, he is hell bent on doing same thing again in 2005 if he is elected President.
Meet new Kerry, same as old Kerry !
I'm J.R. and that's my take.
Host of Talk Show America heard live Mon-Fri 4-6 PM on the IBC Radio Network. 24 year veteran police officer, former local politician and Director of Emergency Management in a Massachusetts town