Monday, January 31, 2005

Kerry's Inability to Accept Reality

Yesterday on Meet the Press, Kerry stated that the historic elections in Iraq "should not be overhyped". First he tows the party line that says that the election in Iraq will be the test for whether or not Bush's war has succeeded. Now he has moved the goal-post and says there will be another test (a global one!) and that is a day to day test in which we wait to see what the world community thinks.

And it's going to take a massive diplomatic effort and a much more significant outreach to the international community than this administration has been willing to engage in. Absent that, we will not be successful in Iraq, he said.
This guy is off his proverbial rocker. Why should we reach out to France in order to ensure that Iraq is successful? The only had France had in this whole affair was in the cookie jar taking money from Saddam's oil for fraud program. Get over it! The test was the election, and Bush passed. The world, those of us with brain power anyway, stood behind the Iraqi's as they voted yesterday. I cried with those women and men who cried, I was proud for those women and men who were proud that they, Iraqis, have dictated Iraq's future. We should all be so proud of the role we play in our own freedoms. Kerry and Sen. Bloviator can't accept that people in Iraq wanted to be free. They can't accept the overwhelming success that this campaign has been. They can't accept that Bush was right. I am doing the happy dance that we did not elect Kerry as our President. Update: Sen. Bloviator isn't that impressed by the election in Iraq. (hat tip Newsmax). Gee, imagine that!

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