Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Why I Despise John F. Kerry: He's A 1st Class, Back-Stabbing Prick; Real Leaders Don't Use Scare Tactics; CDC Fails In Protecting Bioterror Agents; Food Stamps For Pets

Al-Qaeda issued a list of 22 ways al-Qaeda members can avoid being killed by U.S. drones. Here's a good one: Don't join al-Qaeda...Leno

  • Readers who have followed me over the years know I despise John F. Kerry. I consider him a fake, phony and back-stabbing fraud. And it's not only because of his behavior post his service in Vietnam. Many Americans, including veterans like myself, were opposed to that war (although I've reconsidered my position in recent years). He went much further. He maligned an entire generation of Vietnam veterans of war crimes. In his now infamous 1971 testimony to Congress he accused American troops of widespread rape, randomly shooting at innocent civilians and poisoning food stock. And in the Iraq War, he referred to our troops as terrorists proclaiming, "American troops going into the homes of Iraqis in the middle of the night, terrorizing kids and children."
  • In that statement, he showed his back-stabbing nature rise yet again.  In 1998, he sent a letter to then Pres. Clinton urging Clinton to respond effectively to Saddam's refusal to end his program of weapons of mass destruction. And in January of 2003, he said, "Without question, we need to disarm Saddam Hussein...the threat of Saddam Hussein with weapons of mass destruction is real." (Jan. 2003). Then he and many other Democrats (Al Gore, Hillary Clinton, former head of the KKK, the late Sen. Byrd and countless others) who urged Bush to go into Iraq turns around and stabs Bush in the back.
  • To put it mildly, John F. Kerry is a first class prick.

  • Memo to Pres. Obama and Company: Real leaders don't use scare tactics on Americans. Even the Washington Post, one of the premier publications of the presstitute media elite, proclaimed this week it's time Obama lead. (you can read my previous posts regarding my views on sequestration).
  • While I'm on bioterror agents, USA TODAY is reporting that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have been cited by independent auditors for "failing to properly secure potential bioterror agents such as anthrax and plague..." I gotta say: that's a huge friggin problem. Of course, the CDC responded with "We strive for perfection" even though several serious systemic incidents were cited in the piece today.

  • To date, Big Iron Concealed Handgun Training in Waco, Texas, has trained over 1000 teahcers to carry concealed weapons. Detroit Free Press

  • Perhaps we should have seen this coming. With the record high number of Americans now on food stamps, a NYC non-profit is now offering the poor food stamps for their pets. KRQV-TV 13 New Mexico