Wednesday, August 18, 2004
Then, some time in April or March of this year
"I think we can significantly change the deployment of troops not just there but elsewhere in the world, in the Korean peninsula, perhaps, in Europe, perhaps"

Now, just today at a speech to the Veterans of Foreign Wars 105th Annual Convention
"For example, why are we unilaterally withdrawing 12,000 troops from the Korean Peninsula at the very time we are negotiating with North Korea – a country that really has nuclear weapons? As Senator John McCain said, “I’m particularly concerned about moving troops out of South Korea when North Korea has probably never been more dangerous than any time since the end of the Korean War.” This is clearly the wrong signal to send at the wrong time."
What's changed in those four of five months, Mr. Kerry? Oh, that's right, Bush did it. Now that W's done something, that makes it the wrong thing. I see. That's the only excuse I can come up with anyway. Everytime he opens his mouth he puts his foot in it.

The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing