Wednesday, July 28, 2004

U.S.: The forgetful Democrats

Ted Kennedy in his speech at the Democrat Convention said that America should have remained a victim so the rest of the world would like us.

The eyes of the world were on us and the hearts of the world were with us after September 11th until this administration broke that trust. We should have honored, not ignored, the pledges we made. We should have strengthened, not scorned, the alliances that won two World Wars and the Cold War.
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How could any President have possibly squandered the enormous goodwill that flowed to America from across the world after September 11th?

Most of the world still knows what we can be what only we can be and they want us to be that nation again.
Moreover, Kennedy said that the only enemy the U.S. and the world has is George W. Bush.
In the depths of the Depression, Franklin Roosevelt inspired the nation when he said, "The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." Today, we say the only thing we have to fear is four more years of George Bush.
Here's a reality check to Ted and his Merry Band of Forgetful Democrat Girlie-Men:






Mary Jo Kopechne had nothing to say.

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