October 19, 2004

“moral darkness”

From the President's speech in New Jersey:

...The Senator who is skeptical of democracy in Iraq also spoke with sympathy for a communist dictator in Nicaragua in the 1980s, and criticized the democracy movement as “terrorism.” His misguided policies would have impeded the spread of freedom in Central America. The Senator who claims the world is more dangerous since America started fighting the war on terror is the same Senator who said that Ronald Reagan’s policies of peace through strength actually made America less safe. The same Senator who said the Reagan presidency was eight years of “moral darkness.”

In this campaign, Senator Kerry can run from his record, but he cannot hide...

It was just pathetic to hear Kerry praising Ronald Reagan in the debates. I can imagine the "activists" and "Progressives" rolling their eyes and saying, "He has to say those things to get the morons to vote for him." Same with the faux patriotism and flag waving at the convention. I'm right in the heart of some prime Kerry territory, and I can tell you, those guys would rather have gnomes and pink flamingos on their lawns, than an American flag on their house. They build a campaign of deception from the ground up, then tell me with a straight face that Bush shouldn't be President because he "lies."

Posted by John Weidner at October 19, 2004 10:10 AM
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