The Deployment Diary

Friday, March 12, 2004

I Know What Foreign Leaders Support Him

Kerry says:


"I've met with foreign leaders who can't go out and say this publicly," he said. "But, boy, they look at you and say: 'You've got to win this. You've got to beat this guy. We need a new policy.' Things like that."


I'm quite sure Libya would love for an appeaser to get in the White House. I'm sure North Korea would jump on that bandwagon. Although not a foreign leader per se, I'm sure Osama would love for us to go back to the days when this was a law enforcement issue, not where we sent people with big guns to go kill them wherever they are in the world.

The problem it seems, is that reporters are looking into his schedule and there's no evidence he had a chance to meet with more than ONE leader:


The Massachusetts Democrat has made no official foreign trips since the start of last year, according to Senate records and his own published schedules. And an extensive review of Mr. Kerry's travel schedule domestically revealed only one opportunity for the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee to meet with foreign leaders here.


I'm getting flashbacks of Weasely Clark here. Anyone else? Tell a tall tale and then try not to look like too big a fool when you're called out on your lie. I'll enjoy watching him dig out of this one. Sort of like his spokesperson trying to dig him out of the foul language on his site by saying it was caused by a virus. Yeah, those nasty computer viruses rewriting files and inserting quotes with wordy durds into articles. Darn those right-wing virus makers!!

At least the republicans are taking him to task. And what bigger an insult than saying you are worse than Al Gore at stretching the truth?


Republicans have begun calling Mr. Kerry the "international man of mystery," and said his statements go even beyond those of former Vice President Al Gore, who was besieged by stories that he lied or exaggerated throughout the 2000 presidential campaign.


Finally, we're hearing from the republicans. Read the full article here:
Kerry fails to back up foreign 'endorsements'

Quote of the Day: "Kerry's imaginary friends have British and French accents," Mr. Gillespie said.

I couldn't help but chuckle over that one...

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