I Will Always Hate John Kerry for Undermining the War Effort

Posted on November 28, 2012 9:00 pm

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4 Responses to “I Will Always Hate John Kerry for Undermining the War Effort”

  1. CTCompromise says:

    Now come on…Kerry served as the “surrogate” Romney to prepare B.O. for the debates. Therefore:
    1) Kerry has proven that he can make B.O. a winning debater.
    2) Our foreign policy is basically… speak reasonably with any hostile nation and just make them see, and regret, the error of their ways.
    3) Cut military spending bigtime…Because…
    4) Kerry + Obama speaking to “hostile” nations reasonably will make them see, and regret, the error of their ways = WE WIN !!!

    YAY !!!!!!!!

  2. Sig says:

    I can’t even conceive of the idea of John Kerry as SecDef as anything but an intentional slap in the face to the entire American military. I can think of no better way to do it. The Army is all about institutional memory. Even my generation, born well after Vietnam, knew who John Kerry and Hanoi Jane are before we left Basic.

  3. zzyzx says:

    We need a Sec/Def who has experience with the act of throwing his medals and awards over the Whitehouse fence and testifying to the barbarity of his fellow troops. With a man like him at the helm no US Marine will dare take a whiz on a dead Taliban or talk bad about the Muslims they’re battling. Also this selection proves beyond a doubt that our president does indeed have a sense of humor…as will as a hatred of all those who are, or ever have served in the armed forces of this nation.

  4. Mxymaster says:

    Does it matter? We could have Patton, Ike, Sherman, Bradley, Grant, and Lee all rolled into one and that man would still have to enact the policies of the stupidest foreign-policy presidency ever.

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