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August 05, 2004

Obviously, Kerry is running scared

The DNC's lawyers are writing threatening letters to stations airing the Swift Boat Veterans' Ad.

As NRO points out, the letter itself is hedging the truth - it claims that the speakers in the ad did not serve 'under' Kerry - but the ad clearly states, they served *with* him - these were his peers - but then, perhaps a rich kid from Boston with Presidential aspirations from Day 1 doesn't believe he has any peers.

And ... isn't it to be expected that two attorneys would go for threatening lawsuits as their first defensive action? I wonder if it is John Edward's old firm sending out the threats, or just George Soros's legal goons?

John Kerry deserves this. He is the one who 'saluted' and said that 'help is on the way' during his acceptence speech. He is the one who has to keep reminding us that he served in Vietnam. What he doesn't keep reminding us is that he only served in Vietnam for 4 months - and was such a klutz and was so stupid (or purposely careless) as to be 'wounded' 3 times in 4 months.

My father-in-law was wounded 5 times in Vietnam. He did not use his 3rd Vietnam Purple Heart as an excuse to go back home.

But then, my father-in-law is a man.

My father-in-law is a true patriot.

What bothers me the most about John Kerry, though, are his actions after he got his early out from the Navy.

What does he have to say to American prisoners of war who were taunted with transcripts of John Kerry's 'testimony' before Congress?

I have not heard an apology.

I have not even heard an acknoweldgement that he betrayed American troops.

The man is an arrogant bastard. Even those who served with him say he was an arrogant, haughty man.

A leader does not lead by arrogance and by belief that he is better than the rest of us.

It is the day-to-day actions of a man or woman that defines if they are leaders or not.

Kerry is not a leader.

It is a shame that he is the best the Democrats can do.

By the way, if you want to donate to keep these ads on the air, click here.

Joe Lieberman would have been a much more honorable candidate.

Posted by Beth at August 5, 2004 04:34 PM