“Each argument against Kerry—liberal, willing to yield to the United Nations, eager to expand government—applies to Bush first. Kerry’s agenda may meet resistance in Congress, which blocked Truman’s and Clinton’s socialized medicine; Bush’s faith-based domestic and foreign policy will spread.
Should Sen. Kerry enact his worst war views (including globalism and his anti-nuclear notions) he, too, will fail to win the war, but he will have failed without having his policies wrongly branded an offense. Without the facade of strength, Kerry’s appeasement will be judged as appeasement and Kerry’s presidency holds the faint promise of gridlock in government intervention and an end to America’s sacrifice in Iraq.
Bush the cowboy is a fraud—these war years have been one appeasement after another—and the enemy knows it. As the head of Iran’s war council, endorsing Bush over Kerry, said: “[D]espite his hard line and baseless rhetoric against Iran, he didn’t take, in practical terms, any dangerous action against Iran.” That is exactly why George W. Bush, who refuses to properly define, declare, wage and win the war against Islamism, must not be re-elected.”
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