Saturday, June 26, 2004

U.S.: Kerry's Coalition of the Wild-Eyed

Watch the video of Kerry's coalition of the wild-eyed here. It's a hilarious montage of clips from the Democrats who have been very busily frothing at the mouth over GWB's imminent re-election and whose idea of political discourse involves ad hominems from Kerry supporters who assert that GWB is like Hitler and the Nazis. Thus, the coalition of the wild-eyed video is essentially GWB's campaign jam back at the Democrats slanderous propaganda.

What does the Kerry campaign do? These people are a total riot! They piled falsehood upon falsehood when the candidate sent out a factually-challenged fundraising letter to voters claiming that GWB is using Adolf Hitler in his campaign. That falsehood puts Kerry and his coalition of the wild-eyed so low-down that they can pick pumpkins with a rod.

Here's GWB's campaign take on the whole low down Democrat trick.

On Thursday, the campaign launched a web video titled Kerry's Coalition of the Wild-eyed. The video featured Democrats who support John Kerry making negative and baseless attacks against the President. Interspersed in the video were segments of two ads that appeared on a website sponsored by - a group campaigning for Kerry - in January.

On Friday night, John Kerry's campaign denounced our use of these ads, and called that use "disgusting."

The Kerry campaign says, "The use of Adolf Hitler by any campaign, politician or party is simply wrong
."We agree.
-- Where was John Kerry's disgust when he hired Zack Exley - the man responsible for encouraging the production of these ads as part of a MoveOn contest - to run the Kerry campaign's internet operation?

-- Where was John Kerry's sense of outrage when Al Gore, just Thursday afternoon, compared the Bush Administration to the Nazis saying, "The Administration works closely with a network of 'rapid response' digital Brown Shirts who work to pressure reporters and their editors for 'undermining support for our troops.'"

-- Where was John Kerry's anger when Al Gore in May spoke of "Bush's Gulag"?

-- Why has John Kerry not denounced billionaire and Democrat Party donor George Soros for comparing the Bush Administration to Nazis. Soros stated, "When I hear Bush say, 'You're either with us or against us,' it reminds me of the Germans. It conjures up memories of Nazi slogans on the walls, Der Feind Hort mit ('The enemy is listening')."

-- Why has Kerry not spoken out against filmmaker Michael Moore who last October compared the Patriot Act to Mein Kampf. "The Patriot Act is the first step. 'Mein Kampf' - 'Mein Kampf' was written long before Hitler came to power."
Now, it takes some kinda balls when Kerry and his buddies, speaking implicitly in his name, in film and word accuse the POTUS of being a Nazi; then, when they all are called to account for their ad hominem, they turn around and say the POTUS is using Nazi imagery. It takes serious balls. However, it's not the kind of balls needed to run the country.

That kind requires a man who doesn't give a damn about whether the rest of the world likes him; about whether he is winning a global popularity contest; about anything else but doing his job. For such a man, that means having a vision and leading by doing what he thinks is right to keep this country safe in these troubled times.

We know Kerry doesn't have that kind of balls. GWB does, and that's the man to lead America.


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