Kerry is as are all democrats by default enemies of America, when we hear the word democrat or democracy, these words should tell the complete story of their anti American anti Republic agenda.
John Kerry comports with everything Obama believes in, so no surprise here. After all, the coward did have 3 self-inflicted war wounds. Enough to send him home and join up with the commie buddies of his.
Why Kerry? Because he is a puppet. The man has never had an original thought in his life, and only does or thinks what someone else tells him to. Obama can control him and use him, and if need be abuse him (throw him under the bus). Hillary was too independent and, as the Benghazi incident showed, was not about to be the administration's patsy.
There is good evidence that John Kerry was DISHONORABLY dishcarged for his actions. He was pardoned by Jimma Catta. In a just world he would have slinked away in shame never to be heard from again. But we live in a Zombie world, where disgraced anointed ones rise again, Mark Sanford, John Corzine, etc.
While 0 and JF'nK are both POS's, you have to take into account that they were both elected. The low information voters won't wake up until their widescreens and iPads are are gone.
I'm sorry, but I am so angry at the moment, I am nearly crying! I am the widow of a disabled Korean War Veteran! It took the North Koreans and Chinese six years to get him, and I watched him die---not pleasant, and I feel North Korea should be wiped off the face of the earth! All four of my sons served---one in the Marines, two sailors, and one Air Force! I also had four grandsons by marriage who served with the Army in Iraq and Afganistan! As far as Kerry is concerned, I hope he dies a terrible death! He is not only a lyng traitor, but an opportunist and a tax evader! He should never be allowed to set foot in our national capitol, as even a senator, and definitely not in the position of Secretary of State! It was bad enough with Hillary Clinton and her traitorous ways--I hope the story of her plane crashing in Iran was true, and I hope she suffers more and more pain from it! The blood clot, I think, was only the start!
I am sick and tired of the traitors and liars in our country's government, and will do what I can to help correct it!
Kerry says U.S. troops "terrorizing" Iraqi women and children 12/06/2005
What John F'ing Kerry did for our troops in Iraq:
Can John F'ing Kerry be trusted to have the backs of our men and women in the military? Will he sell our troops and the country out, given the opportunity? Can we rely on Kerry to be straightforward and honest about anything? Is Kerry nothing more than a career politician who has built his career on lie after lie? Why is he held on high by communists and leftist global authoritarians?
John F'ing Kerry is one leopard who has not, nor will ever change his spots.
opportunistic, theatrical, bending to any (benefiting him) wind, treasonous oaf;
spineless, arrogant, lying dolt - perfect clown for current circus.
Traitor, commie lover, American hater, opportunistic liar. Resume enhancement if your a liberal who wants to work for Obama. Shrillery was just a bad in every respect just a little sneakier about it.
Those of us who served in Viet Nam will never see 'Hanoi' John Kerry as anything but an opportunistic, disgusting, liar and a perfect fit in the Obama administration.
Obama's foreign and military policy stink - STINK - 75% of US Casualties in Afghanistan occurred under his watch. http://cnsnews.com/news/article/72-us-casualities-afghan-war-under-obamas-watch
Kerry will not look after US military, US interests, US diplomats, US citizens any more than Obama and Clinton and their guys in the FBI/CIA and Pentagon.
I would never defend this pile of crap, but I do have a couple of questions for everyone. When is it right to refuse to serve in the military? What actions by such a military would make it right to publicly speak out against it? If a war is unjust, should the American people refuse to support it or speak out against it loudly to as many people as possible? Should we allow the fact that Americans are currently serving to keep us from speaking out?
There are many veterans who have refused to redeploy based on the illegality of the wars, and what is being done in the wars.
I'm not going to go into detail here (though I could), but it's not the scope or duty of the foot soldier to decide what actions are 'good or bad'. We are 'supposed' to have commanders that make those decisions. Gen. Patton is recognized as being one of the greatest generals in American history but if you talk to soldiers who served under him (I know more than a few of them), you'll find he had no issues about sending young Americans to slaughter to accomplish his goals. I'm afraid that's just the war works, my friend. :-(
I served in the military starting at the end of the VN conflict. I joined to fight commies. Especially Russian ones. I had no problem with the war then or now. I eventually became a PSG in the Infantry. My speciality was Fire Support.
When you become a leader you make life and death decisions. Generals are no different. We bombed the snot out of Nazi Germany and Imperialist Japan. All of which was necessary to win the war. In the end those two atom bombs saved my dad from having to board a troop ship bound for the invasion of Japan.
I got a real problem with John F'ng Kerry and how his fellow travelers treated us GIs in every airport that I went through in my uniform. I got real tired of being spit on, and having crap thrown on me by those low-lives.
I did have the pleasure of meeting John F'ng Kerry in person in HS, when he came around spreading his lies to my HS class. I called him out. I told him he was a liar and a traitor. Imagine...a HS kid figuring out that Johhnie-boy and his Winter Soldier liars were lying through their teeth LONG before the facts were actually known. It was a gut feeling. But I was dead-on right. Subsequent knowledge of those indivuals backs up my contention.
When I was growing up there were many WWII, Korean War and WWI vets around. I had many an encounter with them. John Kennedy summed them all up for me.So I asked not too.
I understand that some warriors are bitter about their experiences. But the ones that I knew were haunted by nightmares. That bitterness seemed to always come back to why them and not me.
War sucks. But it is a necessary evil. What's missing today is a strategy to beat our adversaries the Islamo-nazis and the will to win.
I will never forgive John F'ng Kerry EVER. And I will remind generation after generation what an evil, lying, traitorous scum that he is.
You nalied it Brother. More situational hypocrisy from the left.
Bush Drones = bad. Obama Drones = Good.
Bush 'surge' in Iraq with General Petraeus = Bad. Obama surge in Afghanistan (with the guy the same left called) Gen. 'Betray-Us' under Bush = Good.
It just goes on and on like this, for anybody willing (or bright enough), to take notice.
The anti-war movement is silent because one of their own is in the WH, the State Dept, and everywhere else in government. They are indeed mainstream. And all of the MSM is Walter Cronkite multiplied by 100.
Nice chant by the way. I can get into that.
The 'Hippies' in general, were the useful idiots (like Hanoi Jane). The ones I have the most contempt for are those who were looked up to in the leftist movement as if they knew what they were talking about. Like this Punk Professor and the likes of Hanoi John. Those who never had anything but their own self interests (and an agenda) in mind.
You remember back in the day when the anti-war lefties would chant,
"Hey, Hey, LBJ. How many kids have you killed today?"
Have you noticed now that the far left is 'the establishment', there are no throngs of anti-war protesters on the streets, even though Barry is using the same drones to murder the same 'innocent civilians' that George Bush did? Well, I've got a new chant for these situational hypocrites, how about,
"Hey, hey, BHO. Where'd all the anti-war protesters go?"
I had a whole school full of those same useful idiots. Imagine being the only kid in school with the canastas to stand up for VN vets? Talk about peer pressure. Its what the Army used to call "leadership"...being willing to take a correct moral stand when everyone else was against you.
I have nothing but contempt for hippies to this day.
When people speak of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) especially when it comes to Viet Nam Vets, part of that 'Post' Traumatic Stress occurred here, not over there. WW1, especially WW2 and even Korea was to some part, fought by the whole country, since practically all of the Korean war Vets had also served in WW2. Those of us who served in Viet Nam returned to a 'business as usual' America that had little to do (and less care) with what had been going on in our lives.
There is one battle left over from the Viet Nam war for those of us who served there and that is to see to it that our young 'Brothers and Sisters' come home to a damn sight better 'Welcome Home' than we got. When you hear 2 'Nam' Vets greet each other with the words "Welcome Home Brother", there's a lot more behind those 3 little words than those who didn't serve there will ever understand.
Here's another thing to think about. There was a Democrat in the White House at the beginning of 4 out of the 5 wars in the 20th century. ;-)
I didn't know I was a 'Baby Burner' until I put myself through college on the GI Bill. I had a cocky, arrogant, professor that just couldn't get his facts straight when it concerned Viet Nam.
He'd talk about things that were 'supposed' to to have happened in the central highlands that actually happened in the delta, he could never manage to get the names of bases, or even cities straight, because he actually didn't have a clue what he was talking about. After my correcting him several times, he got frustrated and said, "How the hell do you know, you ever been there?" and being as naive as I was about what was going on in the states during the 21 months I spent in Southeast Asia, (a year of which was in Viet Nam), I said, "Yes, as a matter of fact, I have. I'm a Viet Nam Veteran". From that time forward, when he had anything to say about the Viet Nam war, he would look at me and say, "Well I better check this out WITH THE BABY BURNER first". The 'kids' in the class thought that was cute. I needed that degree and I needed that class to get it, by that time I had a wife and kids to feed, so I just took it. I'll never forget that experience.
If I ever met that SOB today, (and I still remember his name), I'd drop him so hard and fast, he would never know what hit him and this was back in 1969-70. I served in Viet Nam in 66-67. The anti-war movement on the streets and in the colleges was just getting started, back then and he was part of the lying, leftist, 'Useful Idiots' that created it.
As an extreme example, what would you do if you were told to redeploy knowing that your mission was to commit genocide?
Won't get an argument over that, out of me. ;-) I could have had an Air Medal for the flight hours I have in. a C-130 but at the time, I wasn't thinking much about getting medals and I didn't record all my flight hours. Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry®
John Kerry is a fake through and through. He is an establishment shill who works directly for the globalist regimes of the world. He is the epitome of dis-ingenuousness. He is a member of a crime syndicate that is propagated within the elite institutions of society such as the Ivy League schools and secret societies. He is part of a family of criminals who run the world through the use of force and off of the good nature of the people, and through deceptions of major proportions.
Sorry to go off there. I just can't stand the guy.
NO Vet would fault you for defending a current vet for apposing the wars. NONE of us 'encourage, or are in favor of' wars. It's the manner in which it is done that comes into question.
In the case of 'Hanoi' John Kerry though, his actions had a whole lot less to do with the opposition of war than it did with the furthering of his own self interests.
Jane Fonda on the other hand, was what Lenin used to call a 'Useful Idiot'.
You ask a very thought provoking question. Do you think The Rape of Nanking, Bataan and Pearl Harbor was "genocide?" How about the Son Tay prison atrocities?
I certainly cannot empathize, but I can sympathize, and try to understand. I don't fault anyone for doing what they think is right, only those who know that what they are doing is wrong. The fog of war obviously confuses the two. Many would fault me for defending a current vet for apposing the wars, but I don't really care. I can support all vets, no matter what their personal beliefs as long as their arguments are based on truth, and reality.
My father's generation fought in Vietnam. Since I have been an adult, I have seen no war that I felt was a just one worth fighting and sacrificing so much. No matter the nature of the conflict, I still thank vets for their service, because every one that I have met has done it with service to their country in mind. Though there has been no draft in recent years, I recognize the pressure that your generation were subjected to to go to war. I also realize the deceptions that you were fed, such as the Gulf of Ton kin incident.
I can agree with just about all of that. As I have said in the past, I joined the Air Force in 1964 "To free the world of the red menace, like John Wayne told me to" and I came home with a completely different outlook on life.
War is a dirty, ugly, tragic exercise. It changes you in a way that you will find yourself justifying things that you would never do as a civilian but it's also one of those things that if I tried to explain to someone who hadn't been in combat, I wouldn't be able to. Many times at the museum, I'll be talking to another Viet Nam Vet about what we saw (and did) only to have his spouse say "you never told me about that?". The answer is always the same, "if I tried to explain, you wouldn't understand". :-(
As for the 'carpet bombing', If we hadn't literally beaten Germany and Japan into total submission, there would have been a million more dead GI's, especially if we had been forced to invade Japan and that's just a fact.
As for Viet Nam, Iraq and Afghanistan, I have many mixed opinions about that.
I believe that using war as a response to a direct threat to be reasonable an moral. I also believe that the level of force used should match the threat up to and including nuclear bombs. Though I will say that I do not agree with many of the tactics that have been used in the middle east. Regardless of what the left and right say or report, when I look at the government's own civilian death and casualty numbers, I cannot say that I would be willing to carry them out. If there is a threat in a civilian residential zone, I think that you are limited to taking the risk of weeding it out on foot, rather than carpet bombing.
I have not served in the military, and as things have gone in the last ten years, I would refuse to be drafted and deployed to these wars. If I was called up to defend our homeland, I would. I would not dodge the draft, I would simply say "no". I am currently too old to be drafted under normal draft rules.
Good question. Do you consider bombing Berlin, Tokyo (and Hanoi) into the stone age, 'genocide'? If you do, since I worked directly with the guys who did bomb Hanoi, I guess I'm already am 'guilty' of 'genocide'.
One more thing, have you ever served in the military under combat conditions?
...if John Kerry is sworn in as Secretary of State , turn out the lights America you surely have LOST YOUR COUNTRY to the Marxist nut job who is in the Oval Office ."
He's John McCain's buddy. He will be confirmed by the Senate. Not a chance that Kerry is not confirmed - just look at McCain for that one. This was a done deal even before the Susan Rice debacle. Susan Rice was never actually seriously under consideration; that was a smoke screen. John Kerry is the guy, and he has powerful republican friends who will make sure he gets it.
It stinks NY, but we can't let them. They want us discouraged, they want to keep beating down those who love and honor America and all that is great about her, most importantly those who have given up so much, even to the last full measure, for her and us. We can't let them discourage and wear us down.
Fight back with truth and the goodness of what America has always been. If they can't see the best then tough crap- we're going to fight for it anyway. Fight for those who have and are still fighting for us.
2 songs I want you to listen to- the words...
THought about them just now for you. ((()))s NY!
Well NY. I did say a prayer for you this morning. Maybe I had an angel whisper your name to me then. You don't necessarily have to go to church sweet Gino, (although it would make you're sweet wife's day if you did!) Just read His Word and talk to Him. He knows.
Until then, He uses those around you to lift you up when you need it- but He would rather you ask Him. :-) ((((()))))s
Lesson over for now. I hope you have a beautiful and Blessed day sweet friend.
Truth be told (and it always should [except when a lady asks if she looks a little fat in a certain bit of attire] ) after being raised Catholic with a Catholic education, even being an altar boy and such, I regret that I'm lacking in the faith department. Wish I had it, it would make life so much more bearable. Anyway, as I always tell my dear wife as she heads off to services (she definitely has it), say a prayer for me please. Just trying to cover all bases.
Enjoy your ride and your bacon NY! :-) It's a beautiful day for both! Thank you- I will be keeping on with it, most likely driving everyone crazy...."another one?!" but it's a huge thing and it needs to be out there.
Thank you Gino. I'm off to church and will be back here later :-)
Good AM to you my dear friend. Getting going late today, heading out for a two hour ride with the final destination a rasher of bacon and a couple of eggs. Doesn't get more motivating than that. Number IV, another great job!! Hope you keep chronocalling this to it's conclusion and you know where this story has to end, truth and responsibility.
Enjoy this beautiful "little flower" day.
Hey NY. I hope you have a beautiful Sunday. I don't know when you'll see this, but I just got part 4 uploaded a little while ago- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fz5aYPDmtrM&feature=youtu.be
Thank you MyNY.
I agree NY. It's going to be interesting before too long. Never thought I'd see these kinds of days, but I'm getting feisty in my old age ;-)
Hey, hey West Coast!! Perusing the internet it seems like more and more the natives are getting restless, starting to be heard and starting to get vocal. We're in for a heck of a ride!