Kerry’s Time Warp


Ready for a time warp?

Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry said on Monday he would have voted for the congressional resolution authorizing force against Iraq even if he had known then no weapons of mass destruction would be found.

August 9th, 2004

Or how about this one:

“…there’s absolutely no statement that they have made or that they will make that will prevent the United States of America and this president or any president from acting in what they believe are the best interests of our country.”

“I think the United States has always reserved the right and will reserve the right to act in its best interests. And clearly it is not just our best interests, it is in the best interests of the world to make it clear to Saddam Hussein that he’s not going to get away with a breach of the ’91 agreement that he’s got to live up to, which is allowing inspections and dismantling his weapons and allowing us to know that he has dismantled his weapons. That’s the price he pays for invading Kuwait and starting a war.”

“I believe, and they stood with us today and I am saying to you that it is my judgment that by standing with us today and calling for the unrestricted, unconditional, unlimited, you know, access, they have now taken a stand that they are duty bound to enforce and if Saddam Hussein doesn’t do that, the president, I think, has begun a process which you remember very well, John, was not done in one week, in one day, in one month. It took months to weave together the fabric to lead up to an understanding of what was at stake. I am convinced that many people have not yet even focused in full measure on what is at stake.”

November 12, 1997

It’s funny that these fools don’t even think about the fact that everything they have said in the past is easy to get nowadays. Dummies.

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