The Media carries the water for Kerry

How does ABC cover Kerry's dumba$$ comment? Here's how:

Kerry's Botched Iraq Joke: Maybe He Was Right?

There are two things of interest here. First, ABC contradicts Kerry's lame "I was talking about Bush" claim, by suggesting that he was, in fact, talking about the troops. It is obvious that was the point of his statement, and ABC knows it. So, they decide that they, along with the rest of the media, has to cover for him. That brings us to the second point.

They actually say that Kerry has a point! They actually believe that the troops are the left-overs from our educational system! Not only is this a slap in the face to our troops, it is blatantly FALSE!

A new study by the Heritage foundation shows:

"U.S. mil­itary enlistees are better educated, wealthier, and more rural on aver­age than their civilian peers.

Recruits have a higher percent­age of high school graduates and representation from Southern and rural areas. No evidence indicates exploitation of racial minorities (either by race or by race-weighted ZIP code areas). Finally, the distri­bution of household income of recruits is noticeably higher than that of the entire youth population."

Does Kerry have a point? NO! He is an imbecile.

In case you wonder how the other media outlets covered the Kerry comments, here you go:

New York Times lied about the comments

All the major newspapers buried the story

Katie Couric mocked GOP criticisms of Kerry

CNN correspondent said, "we hope and we think that all of this is going to go away tomorrow."

CNN's Jack Cafferty said, "one can only hope" this issue goes away quickly


How did Kerry feel about the troops in 1972? I've already told you how Kerry lied about witnessing civilian massacres perpetrated by our troops. But, here are some other comments Kerry made regarding the American military:

"I am convinced a volunteer army would be an army of the poor and the black and the brown...I also fear having a professional army that views the perpetuation of war crimes as simply 'doing its job.'"

War-crimes accusations? Check. Racially-charged epithets? Check. Arrogance? Check.


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