Monday, August 9, 2004
We all know that John Kerry was in Vietnam. Oh yeah, he was there. And we all know how Moore likes to create stories for his mocumentaries. Well, it seems that Candidate Waffles likes to make up stories as well. Kerry's been claiming for years that he was illegally sent into Cabodia on Christmas of '68. Turns out that may be a bold face lie. Here's the story Kerry likes to tell.
"I remember Christmas of 1968 sitting on a gunboat in Cambodia. I remember what it was like to be shot at by the Vietnamese and Khmer Rouge and Cambodians, and have the president of the United States telling the American people that I was not there; the troops were not in Cambodia. I have that memory which is seared--seared--in me"
John O'Neil, co-author of Unfit For Command and the Swift Boat commander who took over Kerry's boat says that Kerry was never in Cambodia during Christmas or at anytime during the war. All the living commanders in Kerry's chain of command deny that Kerry was ever ordered to Cambodia. Three of the five crewmen on Kerry's boat deny that they or their boat were ever in Cambodia. Kerry himself even changed the story for his book Tour of Duty. In his book, Kerry writes about a mortar attack that occurred on Christmas Eve 1968 near the Cambodian border in a town called Sa Dec and Christmas day was spent at the base writing entries in his journal. Another Flip-Flop, or Kerryism as some have taken to calling them. This man has a 30 year history of lies and spin to make himself seem the hero or the only good guy out there. John Forbes Kerry. JFK. Just For Kerry. Because that's who he's out for.

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Why is he running? For one, he hasn't a snowballs chance in hell of winning. And second, he's not even from Illinois. He lives in Maryland. I guess he's moving it Illiois so he can run. Just like Hillary Clinton moving to NY to run. My feeling is you shouldn't be allowed to run for office of a state unless you have lived there at least 5 years.

We already know that on 9/11 Kerry would have walked out on school kids scaring them, now it turns out he's to busy to even wave to kids with Cancer.
"The Kerry Edwards campaign disappointed dozens of children suffering with Cancer on Sunday when the candidates' whistlestop train tour failed to stop and greet them while traveling through a ranch where they were vacationing in New Mexico.

'The train tracks run for four miles through the ranch,' complained radio host Don Imus, who runs the Imus Ranch for the kids - some of them terminally ill - near Santa Fe, New Mexico."
I guess Candidate Waffles and "Baby Face" Edwards were just to busy for talk with some sick kids. Maybe coming up with ways to blame Bush for their Cancer.

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