John Kerry: Another Mistake

David Lawrence
Obama keeps picking traitors or misguided, anti-military malcontents to run our government.  John Kerry accused American soldiers of violent acts while not even mentioning the atrocities committed by the North Vietnamese.  He stood up against his own military and government in order to capture the support of the anti-American hippies and to pretend that he was a great moral man who fought against American abominations.  He pointed his finger at innocents in order to rise up in the duplicitous, anti-war Democratic Party.

Kerry got three purple hearts for scratches and finagled Bronze and Silver Stars.  Don't get me wrong, at least he had the courage to go.  But it was after that that he became a turncoat.  He led anti-war protests while his compatriots were dying in Vietnam.  He was at flag-burnings with Jane Fonda.  He allowed the North Vietnamese flag to be hung in its place.

Kerry threw away the ribbons from his medals, along with two other people's medals.  Was this because he disrespected the medals, or because he was ashamed of himself as undeserving?

Welcome Kerry.  This is Obama's new idea of a secretary of state.  Hillary Clinton failed to do her job.  It never really was her job.  She was appointed as Bill Clinton's proxy.  Susan Rice merely lied about Benghazi.  She didn't insult Chris Stevens and blame him for Benghazi like Kerry blamed America for Vietnam.

John Kerry lied about his lack of courage and valor.  He insulted our country and hurt the war effort.  He was an intellectual traitor.  He accused our soldiers of atrocities instead of the Vietnamese.  He hasn't apologized to this day.  He still defends his conspiracy rather than the valor of his comrades.

Only in America.  Can you imagine Kerry running for office in Benghazi or Vietnam?  His head would be used as a lopsided, elongated bowling ball.  I guess America's better than that.  But why are we always dropping the ball on our own toes?

Obama keeps picking traitors or misguided, anti-military malcontents to run our government.  John Kerry accused American soldiers of violent acts while not even mentioning the atrocities committed by the North Vietnamese.  He stood up against his own military and government in order to capture the support of the anti-American hippies and to pretend that he was a great moral man who fought against American abominations.  He pointed his finger at innocents in order to rise up in the duplicitous, anti-war Democratic Party.

Kerry got three purple hearts for scratches and finagled Bronze and Silver Stars.  Don't get me wrong, at least he had the courage to go.  But it was after that that he became a turncoat.  He led anti-war protests while his compatriots were dying in Vietnam.  He was at flag-burnings with Jane Fonda.  He allowed the North Vietnamese flag to be hung in its place.

Kerry threw away the ribbons from his medals, along with two other people's medals.  Was this because he disrespected the medals, or because he was ashamed of himself as undeserving?

Welcome Kerry.  This is Obama's new idea of a secretary of state.  Hillary Clinton failed to do her job.  It never really was her job.  She was appointed as Bill Clinton's proxy.  Susan Rice merely lied about Benghazi.  She didn't insult Chris Stevens and blame him for Benghazi like Kerry blamed America for Vietnam.

John Kerry lied about his lack of courage and valor.  He insulted our country and hurt the war effort.  He was an intellectual traitor.  He accused our soldiers of atrocities instead of the Vietnamese.  He hasn't apologized to this day.  He still defends his conspiracy rather than the valor of his comrades.

Only in America.  Can you imagine Kerry running for office in Benghazi or Vietnam?  His head would be used as a lopsided, elongated bowling ball.  I guess America's better than that.  But why are we always dropping the ball on our own toes?