Wednesday, October 27, 2004

Bush Puts His Foot Down...On Kerry's Face

GOP and the City posted about some comments by President Bush in Lancaster, PA this afternoon.
"Now the Senator is making wild charges about missing explosives when his top foreign policy adviser admits, quote, 'we do not know the facts.' Think about that. The Senator's denigrating the action of our troops and commanders in the field without knowing the facts. Unfortunately, that's part of a pattern of saying almost anything to get elected — like when Senator Kerry charged that our military failed to get Osama bin Laden at Tora Bora, even though our top military commander, General Tommy Franks, said the Senator's understanding of events does not square with reality, and our intelligence reports placed bin Laden in any of several different countries at the time."
The full report can be seen here. And just to show how Bush's mind set is different from Kerry's September 10th ideology where terrorism isn't a big deal.
"I remember the day I was in the — at Ground Zero, September the 14th, 2001. It's a day I will never forget; there were workers in hard hats there yelling at me at the top of their lungs, 'whatever it takes.' I remember a man grabbed me by the arm, he looked me square in the eye, and he said, 'Do not let me down.' Ever since that day, I wake up every morning trying to figure out how to better protect America. I will never relent in defending America, whatever it takes."
In related news, Fox News reports that the explosives were "Long Gone." The Defense Department sent a report to them saying that there was no signs of the 380 tons of explosives. And who is to blame for the riff-raff? As a bumper sticker I saw said, The paper with "all the leftist propaganda fit to print", The New York Times. The report stated that the munitions were being held at the Al-Qaqaa installation south of Baghdad. News reporters offered first hand accounts saying that there were no munitions when the US troops arrived. They also said that the base, when they got there looked as though it had been abandoned

Other random news: ACLU plans to end punch card ballots...Finally something not pushing their anti-religion agenda! Not only that, it'll help to reduce voter fraud (ie. Al Gore's recounts and "dented chads") More to come on this later.
Also A.C.O.R.N.'s voter fraud in FL.

Random observation: Has anyone but me noticed that when Kerry speaks at rallies, he has a really uptight, nervous look about him. It looks like he's trying to imagine up whatever he's saying...Wait a minute!