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Sunday, August 22, 2004

"I'm Melting...I'm Melting!" - Kerry's 'Nam Meltdown

Not since Dorothy threw water on the Wicked Witch of the West has anyone witnessed such a fun meltdown as with John Kerry's Vietnam problems. The Swift Boat Veterans for Truth are Kerry's Dorothy, splashing a bucket full of truth into his face. And Kerry is slowly melting because of it.

Kerry is responding to it in typical fashion. He sends out his hacks & mouthpieces to defend his "honor" & uses proxies to slander & distort. He accuses the Bush/Cheney campaign of colluding with the Swift Boat veterans. He files complaints with the FCC about the t.v. ads the Swift Boat veterans have been airing, seeking to have those ads pulled. And as is typical of "freedom loving" liberals, he demands that the publisher of the Swift Boats veteran's book, "Unfit For Command", withdraw the books & publish no more of them. Ah - censorship & denial of First Amendment rights.

But the one thing Kerry has not done is to address the issue in the Swift Boat accusations. Compelling proof was set forth that Kerry lied about being in Cambodia in Dec '68. But the only response from Kerry's staff was to answer that Kerry was near the Cambodian border or that Kerry had a mismemory or that, well, he was really on a secret mission to Cambodia in Jan '69. Kerry himself has not addressed this, nor has Kerry himself addressed the accusations that he lied about his medals & the circumstances surrounding them. The mainstream media, which overwhelmingly supports Kerry, has not been forthcoming in publishing the issues. They prefer withholding from publishing the accusations or burying them on a back page or rising & denouncing the Swift Boat veterans in their editorials.

If Kerry's Vietnam exploits are truthful & accurate as he claims, then it is time for him to personally speak out & counter the accusations. If he doesn't, then all the name calling & complaints filed by him are not going to settle the issue in his favor. If Kerry's truth is the truth, then he can also sign Form 180 to release all his military & war-related medical records. It is that easy - a simple signature. But he hasn't & won't. That might be because the Swift Boat veterans may just be right. The media could help Kerry by questioning him directly & challenging him to demonstrate the truth. But they haven't & they won't. That might be because the Swift Boat veterans are right.

And so the meltdown continues - it is showing in the polls. We are not in Kansas anymore, Toto.

Thursday, August 19, 2004

Lies, Damn Lies & Kerry

The last post described John Kerry's lies about being in Cambodia in Dec '68. Kerry himself has not responded to these accusations by Swift Boat Veterans for Truth (gee-wonder why?). However, a spokesman for the Kerry campaign recently stated that Kerry's claim about it was a mistaken memory - that he was really on or near the border of Cambodia (though he was really 50 miles away) & that it was in Jan '69 that he went in to Cambodia on a secret mission. This is all b.s. from the Kerry Campaign. The Jan '69 "spy mission" is totally undocumented. Three of Kerry's crewmates deny they were in Cambodia & Kerry's commander denies it.

But Kerry would have you believe this new found refreshed memory is gospel. But gee - Kerry himself said that his stay in Cambodia in Dec '68 was "seared-seared-in me." It was THE turning point in his mind about the wrongness of the war. So who do we believe - Kerry with the seared-seared memory of Dec '68 or Kerry spokesmen who say it was in Jan '69? And recall that Kerry claims that in Dec '68 he heard President Nixon denying that the U.S. was in Cambodia, even though Johnson was President at the time. And Kerry claimed that in Dec' 68 while in Cambodia he could hear the Cambodian Khmer Rouge shooting nearby, although the Khmer Rouge didn't get involved until 1972. Kerry stinks as a liar. But all this leads us to his next, just recently exposed lie - his first Purple Heart.

2 Dec 68: John Kerry claims he was wounded that night from shrapnel during a firefight. He claims this was "the most frightening night" of his 'Nam experience. Yet Kerry also stated that "it was a half-assed action that hardly qualified as combat." So which was it? The details of what happened are too long to relate here. However, Swift Boat Veterans for Truth disputes that there was a firefight - a few Sampans were seen on the beach & the Navy crew fired at them. There was no return fire. Kerry, it is claimed fired a grenade launcher too close & he was hit by the shrapnel - so it was self-inflicted & hardly enemy action. The "wound" required a band-aid. He said/she said stuff, right? Hardly - a witness has been found who has contradicted Kerry's claim of action that night. That witness is - ta-da - John Kerry!

Douglas Brinkley's book, "Tour of Duty" is the Kerry approved biography of Kerry. Brinkley used Kerry's journals written in 'Nam for the book. Brinkley notes that the following journal entry was written when Kerry "had just turned 25, on Dec. 11, 1968," which was nine days after the incident in which he claimed he had been wounded by enemy fire. Here is the significant excerpt from "Tour of Duty", using Brinkley's access to Kerry's journals: "They pulled away from the pier at Cat Lo with spirits high, feeling satisfied with the way things were going for them. They had no lust for battle, but they also were not afraid. Kerry wrote in his notebook, 'A cocky feeling of invincibility accompanied us up the Long Tau shipping channel because we hadn't been shot at yet, and Americans at war who haven't been shot at are allowed to be cocky.'"

Kerry in his own journal, at least 9 days after the alleged "wound" incident states he had not yet been shot at in the war. So his own journal disavows his own story of the combat & Purple Heart incident on 2 Dec which he claims was both "the most frightening night" & "half-assed action." This clown needs serious mental health care.

Along this same line, Democrat Sen. Tom Harkin of Iowa this week bashed Cheny for talking tough about Kerry's ability to wage a war on terror & said, "When I hear this coming from Dick Cheney, who was a coward, who would not serve during the Vietnam War, it makes my blood boil." Ah - the stings of the self-righteous. This is the same Harkin who years earlier when running for the Senate claimed he saw action as a Navy combat fighter pilot in Vietnam. It turns out that was a blatant lie! He was a Navy pilot stationed in Japan. He never saw combat in 'Nam! Another filthy lying Democrat. Starting to see a pattern with these Democrats, hmm?

Tuesday, August 10, 2004

Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire - Kerry in 'Nam Lie!!

Kerry the Compulsive Liar

Yo, ho & blow the man down - Kerry has been exposed as the pathological liar that he is & the manipulative trash that he is!

John (I'm a war hero) Kerry has been spewing forth from his mouth about his exploits in Vietnam ever since he decided to run for President. The Swift Boat Veterans for Truth has challenged Kerry on these tall tales, mostly recently through a televised ad. The book, "Unfit For Command", which was just released, details these fabrications by Kerry. The Kerry campaign has attacked these challenges as vicious, unsubstantiated lies. Of course they would - they need to cover Kerry's baloney which he so carefully constructed over these many years.

However, the Kerry campaign is backtracking now & parsing what he has said about one particular incident in the Vietnam War. The incident in question concerns his claim that he was in Cambodia during Christmas of 1968.

Herewith is the text from Swift Boat Veterans For Truth:
"If there is a consistent repeated story by John Kerry about his Vietnam experience, it is his story about how he and his boat spent Christmas Eve and Christmas of 1968 illegally present in Cambodia and, listening to President Nixon's contrary assurances, developed "a deep mistrust of U.S. government pronouncements." The point of his story was that his government and his commanders were lying about Kerry's presence in Cambodia on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. During a critical debate on the floor of the United States Senate on March 27, 1986, Senator John Kerry said: "Mr. President, I remember Christmas of 1968 sitting on a gunboat in Cambodia. I remember what it was like to be shot at by Vietnamese and Khmer Rouge and Cambodians, and have the President of the United States telling the American people that I was not there; the troops were not in Cambodia. I have that memory which is seared -- seared -- in me . . .", Congressional Record - Senate of March 27, 1986, page 3594.

By way of further example, Kerry wrote an article for the Boston Herald on October 14, 1979: "I remember spending Christmas Eve of 1968 five miles across the Cambodian border being shot at by our South Vietnamese allies who were drunk and celebrating Christmas. The absurdity of almost killed by our own allies in a country in which President Nixon claimed there were no American troops was very real." The Christmas in Cambodia story of John Kerry was repeated as recently as July 7, 2004 by Michael Kranish, a principal biographer of Kerry from The Boston Globe. On the Hannity & Colmes television show, Kranish indicated that Kerry's Christmas in Cambodia was a critical turning point in Kerry's life. The story is a total preposterous fabrication by Kerry. Exhibit 8 is an affidavit by the Commander of the Swift boats in Vietnam, Admiral Roy Hoffmann, stating that Kerry's claim to be in Cambodia for Christmas Eve and Christmas of 1968 is a total lie. If necessary, similar affidavits are available from the entire chain of command. In reality, Kerry was at Sa Dec -- easily locatable on any map more than fifty miles from Cambodia. Kerry himself inadvertently admits that he was in Sa Dec for Christmas Eve and Christmas and not in Cambodia, as he had stated for so many years on the Senate Floor, in the newspapers, and elsewhere. Exhibit 27, Tour, pp. 213-219. Sa Dec is hardly "close" to the Cambodian border. In reality, far from being ordered secretly to Cambodia, Kerry spent a pleasant night at Sa Dec. Exhibit 27, p. 219. At Sa Dec where the Swift boat patrol area ended, there were many miles of other boats (PBR's) leading to the Cambodian border. There were also gunboats on the border to prevent any crossing. If Kerry tried to get through, he would have been arrested. Obviously, Kerry has hardly been honest about his service in Vietnam. "

And from National Review:
"A former member of John Kerry's swift-boat crew says the Democratic presidential candidate's account of spending Christmas 1968 in Cambodia is not true. Steve Gardner, who served on board PCF-44 under Kerry's command in December 1968, as well as part of January 1969, says that at the time, in the area in which Kerry and his crew were operating, it was not possible to take a swift boat to Cambodia.

"It was physically, totally, categorically, across-the-board impossible to get into the canal that went to Cambodia with a swift boat," says Gardner. "There were concrete pilings that were put in the water...plus, the Navy kept patrol boats there to make sure nobody went in. When I was on the 44 boat, it was a physical impossibility to take a swift boat into Cambodian waters."
Over the years, Kerry has said on a number of occasions that he spent the Christmas holiday in 1968 in Cambodia. For example, in September 1997, during a hearing of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's subcommittee on East Asian and Pacific affairs, Kerry said, "I first was introduced to Cambodia when I spent Christmas Eve of 1968 in a river in Cambodia during the Vietnam conflict, and I found it to be a rather remarkable and very beautiful country...."
More recently, in a profile of Kerry that appeared in the Washington Post in June 2003, Kerry revealed that he kept an old camouflage hat from the war in a secret pocket in his briefcase. "My good luck hat," Kerry told the paper. "Given to me by a CIA guy as we went in for a special mission in Cambodia."

In light of the recent Swift Boat revelations, the Kerry Campaign at first denied Kerry ever made statements about being in Cambodia, then stated that he was "near" Cambodia (yeah - 50 miles is "near"). An interesting point is that Kerry stated he was in Cambodia listening to Nixon assuring the country we were not in Cambodia - and this started his questioning of the war. But guess what - Nixon was not President in Dec '68!!!! And no excuse for faulty memory - remember, Kerry said this was "seared - seared - in me."

Let's get real, folks. Kerry is a pathological liar. He lied about this event & what prompted him to "question" the war, he's lied about his medals & God knows what else he's lied about. Pathological liars are like that. If anyone can not see through his fake, phony, fraudulent character then they are to be pitied or scorned or they are just plain fools, idiots & losers. As noted in an earlier post, Kerry is a manipulative, over ambitious user of people who will lie, take both sides of an issue, play words games or whatever it takes to get himself elected to his one on-going masturbation fantasy in life - President. This guy is a dirtbag through & through. And I'll delete any comments aimed at Bush - save that for another post. Kerry supporters - try focusing on this issue instead of skirting it.

The Kerry campaign will do anything to have you buy in to the crap that he is a war hero & they will do anything to stop the "viscious lies", as they call them. In fact, Kerry's lawyers sent letters to t.v. stations threatening to sue if they run the Swift Boat ads. So much for freedom of speech from the Kerry fascists. But they jump with glee anytime Michael Moore or the radical MoveOn.org runs them. They are very afraid the truth may come out. And Kerry doesn't like the truth, as we have seen.

But oops! I may be wrong about this. After all - didn't Kerry say he still has the hat a CIA guy gave him on their "secret mission" to Cambodia? Shucks - if he could just find that CIA guy. Bwahahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!

Sunday, August 01, 2004


"I Committed Atrocities" - John Kerry, 1971
- Self-Admitted Vietnam War Criminal -

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