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Friday, October 08, 2004

A blatant deceiver

Hugh Hewitt ( hughhewitt.com) is asking the following question for his weekend symposium
"What do Kerry's answers to today's press inquiries tell us about Kerry's worldview and character?"

Quote from Kerry’s interview:
“"I will do what the generals believe we need to do without having any chilling effect, as the president put in place by firing General Shinseki, and I'll have to wait until January 20th. I don't know what I am going to find on January 20th, the way the president is going. If the president just does more of the same every day, and it continues to deteriorate, I may be handed Lebanon, figuratively speaking”.


It has been documented and is an indisputable fact that Shinseki was not fired and his retirement was dated and planned long prior (see Hewitt's site for concise documentation). The fact that John Kerry would blatantly lie in the face of the facts gives us a birdseye view into his character or lack there of. The United States is at war with an enemy that would see us and our way of life wiped of the map or would wish to make us so ineffective in world affairs, that their dire plot to take over all that is good and right will succeed. That John Kerry would purposely deceive the American people with his statements during such a time as this speaks to his maniacal vanity to do and say anything in his attempt for self promotion rather then having the countries best interests at heart. He is a not a “servant of the people” but a servant of self. Politics are politics, but this is war time folks and we face any enemy that cannot be underestimated or will sit still while John Kerry promotes his agenda and his self absorbed doctrines of “diplomacy”. A purposeful deceiver, John Kerry is, at an unimaginable cost to the American people, should his deceptions succeed.


Proverbs 14:5
A truthful witness does not deceive, but a false witness pours out lies.

Psalm 49:5-6
Why should I fear when evil days come, when wicked deceivers surround me- those who trust in their wealth and boast of their great riches?



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