Friday, October 13, 2006

Kerry in New Hampshire: "Time to Clean House"

John Kerry in Nevada 10/10/06
John Kerry speaks truth to power!

Speaking tonight in New Hampshire he stated:
"A lie, a lie, a lie, a lie. What we have in Washington is a house of lies, and in November, we need to clean house."
John Kerry spoke of the failures of this Administration and the trail of lies that have followed this Presidency.
"They tell us we're making progress in Iraq and that there is no civil war. That is a lie," he said. "It's immoral to lie about progress in that war in order to get through a news cycle or an election cycle."
Recently, Senator John McCain tried to provide some cover for the President by shifting blame on the latest failure of this Administration on President Clinton.

McCain had this to say:
"I would remind Senator Clinton and other Democrats critical of Bush administration policies that the framework agreement her husband's administration negotiated was a failure," McCain said in a speech near Detroit, where he was campaigning for a Republican Senate candidate. "Every single time the Clinton administration warned the Koreans not to do something -- not to kick out the IAEA inspectors, not to remove the fuel rods from their reactor -- they did it. And they were rewarded every single time by the Clinton administration with further talks."
Senator Kerry made clear that Republicans cannot continue to blame their failures on a President who completed his term six years ago and did not allow the North Koreans to develop their nuclear capability as they have under President Bush. He added:
"That is a lie. North Korea's nuclear program was frozen under Bill Clinton. When George W. Bush turned his back on diplomacy, Kim Jong Il turned back to making bombs, and the world is less safe because a madman has the Bush bomb," he said.
John Kerry did not have any patience with the Republican effort to blame the Democrats for the Foley problem.

As reported by NewsMax.com on October 6, 2006:
"As evidence that Democrats were involved in the timing, Hastert said the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee had Foley's explicit electronic messages before Hastert did.

"The DCCC was ready to go," Hastert said. "We were told by sources that they had that information on a Thursday night before we did, or Wednesday. They were up ahead of us for a day before we ever knew it was going to happen [on Friday]."

Hastert said the messages came out "on the last day after Foley can't get his name off the ballot, and we're leaving for a national campaign, and then this thing falls. It's kind of an October surprise, I guess you'd call it."
Kerry had this to say about the Republican spin machine trying to twist the facts to improve the fallout of this disastrous event:
""This issue is here because of a Republican cover-up," he said. "And those from the party that preaches moral values that covered this up have no right to preach moral values anymore."
Thank you Senator Kerry! I don't know if you commented on the biggest whopper this week by this President.

A report this week sponsored by Johns Hopkins University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology was released this week estimating that more than 600,000 Iraqis had died by violence since the U.S.-led invasion in 2003. We can question the findings of any report. But who can really question the credibility of the sources? The research was published recently in the British Medical Journal, The Lancet.

President Bush commented on the report this week:
"Six hundred thousand or whatever they guessed at is just, it's not credible," Bush said, and he dismissed the methodology as "pretty well discredited." In December, Bush estimated that 30,000 Iraqis had died in the war. Asked at the news conference what he thinks the number is now, Bush said: "I stand by the figure a lot of innocent people have lost their life."
Just deny it.

Just say it isn't true. Say it isn't credible. Lies, lies, and more lies.

As reported:
"Ronald Waldman, an epidemiologist at Columbia University who worked at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for many years, told the Washington Post the survey method was "tried and true." He said that "this is the best estimate of mortality we have."

Frank Harrell Jr., chairman of the biostatistics department at Vanderbilt University, told the Associated Press the study incorporated "rigorous, well-justified analysis of the data."
Lies, lies and more lies.

They lied to us about Iraq and Americans have died.

They lied to us about Social Security but haven't been able to derail that program yet.

They lied to us about coming to New Orleans and Katrina and the 9th Ward sits rotting.

They lied to us about wiretaps and ignored the NSA.

They lied to us about secret prisons. They lie to us about torture.

There are too many lies.

John Kerry, America needs your leadership in Washington! 2006 is near but 2008 is just around the bend! Keep on coming John! We have got your back!

Bob

4 Comments:

Blogger Pamela Leavey said...

We do need John Kerry. More and more everyday. Those words were echoed resoundingly after his speech tonight in NH. Great pist here!

12:07 AM  
Blogger Pamela Leavey said...

OOPS - TYPO pist = post

12:07 AM  
Blogger BobsAdvice said...

Pamela,

No problem.

Sometimes when you are so pist, you cannot post stratight!

You be sure too keep up the good work. Stay pist.

Bob

2:13 AM  
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6:07 PM  

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