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Sunday, January 30, 2005

Kerry continues flip-flops

On NBC's Meet The Press today John "flip-flop" Kerry continued his personal legacy, demonstrating to Americans why we are extraordinarily fortunate that he has not been elected Commander-In-Chief and president of the United States of America. He audaciously continues to vacillate his stand.

MR. RUSSERT: Do you believe that Iraq is less a terrorist threat to the United States now than it was two years ago?
SEN. KERRY: No, it's more. And, in fact, I believe the world is less safe today than it was two and a half years ago...

Incredibly (for most other people, anyways, but not so incredibly for a flip flopper of his magnitude) Kerry's waffling occurred in the space of two minutes as he then answered this question immediately after his long-winded answer;

MR. RUSSERT: Is the United States safer with the newly elected Iraqi government than we would have been with Saddam Hussein?
SEN. KERRY: Sure. And I'm glad Saddam Hussein is gone, and I've said that a hundred times. But we've missed opportunity after opportunity along the way, Tim, to really make America safe and to bring the world to the cause...

So which is it, Mr. Kerry? More safe? Or less safe? More a threat? Or less of the threat?
As usual John Kerry wants to have it both ways.


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