Yasser Arafat, inventor of modern day terrorism, endorses John Kerry for president. Enough to convince me I’m on the right track for voting for George Bush for president. I take solace in knowing that a Kerry victory will likely strengthen the Republican Party even more than the blunders Clinton managed in his first 100 days in office. Everyone claims they are not questioning Kerry’s patriotism. Why not? Isn’t meeting with and giving aid and comfort to our enemies during a time of war unpatriotic? Why shouldn’t Kerry use the VP’s gay daughter, Mary Cheney, in his campaign? Kerry’s been using people all during his campaign. Kerry used his comrades, his leaders, and the wrong war in his campaign rhetoric. Kerry used his Purple Hearts to proclaim himself a war hero in a wrong war in his campaign rhetoric. Kerry used Christopher Reeve’s death in his campaign rhetoric. Kerry’s using the deaths of American soldiers in a wrong war in his campaign rhetoric. I’m totally convinced that John Kerry and John Edwards should not even be allowed to tour the White House, much less occupy it. Kerry says he believes in a woman’s right to privacy when it comes to abortion on demand but Kerry’s campaign manager, Mary Beth Cahill, says that Mary Cheney’s sexuality is “fair game.” Just what has Mary Cheney done to make herself “fair game”?
Make no mistake, folks, John Kerry poses a greater threat to our civil liberties and national security than any other presidential candidate in recent history.
So, what’s worse, folks: Martha Stewart lying to a judge or John Kerry lying to millions?