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Senator John Kerry Belittles US Troops

Speaking before California students at a Democrat rally on Monday, Sen. John Kerry (D-MA) again denigrated US troops. Kerry has spoken against US soldiers in the past, including a 2005 interview on CBS’ Face the Nation when he accused US soldiers of “terrorizing kids and children” in Iraq.

On Monday, Kerry belittled the educational level of US troops, when he said to the assembled students: “You know education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”

American Legion to Sen. Kerry: ‘Apologize Now’

…The National Commander of The American Legion called on Sen. John Kerry to apologize for suggesting that American troops in Iraq are uneducated.

“As a constituent of Senator Kerry’s I am disappointed. As leader of The American Legion, I am outraged,” said National Commander Paul A. Morin. “A generation ago, Sen. Kerry slandered his comrades in Vietnam by saying that they were rapists and murderers. It wasn’t true then and his warped view of today’s heroes isn’t true now.”

While addressing a group of college students at a campaign rally in Pasadena, CA., Monday, Kerry suggested that they receive an education or “if you don’t, you’ll get stuck in Iraq.”

“While The American Legion shares the senator’s appreciation for education, the troops in Iraq represent the most sophisticated, technologically superior military that the world has ever seen,” Morin said. “I think there is a thing or two that they could teach most college professors and campus elitists about the way the world works.

“And while we are on the topic of education, why doesn’t the senator and his comrades in Congress improve the GI Bill so all of today’s military members — reserves and guard included — can achieve the educational aspirations that the senator so highly values?” Morin said. “The senator’s false and outrageous attack was over-the-top and he should apologize now.”

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McCain Calls On Kerry To Apologize – Tue Oct 31 2006 11:43:14 ET

Senator Kerry owes an apology to the many thousands of Americans serving in Iraq, who answered their country’s call because they are patriots and not because of any deficiencies in their education. Americans from all backgrounds, well off and less fortunate, with high school diplomas and graduate degrees, take seriously their duty to our country, and risk their lives today to defend the rest of us in Iraq, Afghanistan, and elsewhere.

They all deserve our respect and deepest gratitude for their service. The suggestion that only the least educated Americans would agree to serve in the military and fight in Iraq, is an insult to every soldier serving in combat, and should deeply offend any American with an ounce of appreciation for what they suffer and risk so that the rest of us can sleep more comfortably at night. Without them, we wouldn’t live in a country where people securely possess all their God-given rights, including the right to express insensitive, ill-considered and uninformed remarks.

(Caution, very large image file at following link) JOHN KERRY FREAKS OUT on his website: “…right-wing nut-jobs…Republican hacks…(Kerry’s) disgust(ed), (Kerry’s) sick and tired…(says Republicans are) sick…despicable…doughy…”

Dot-Red-ARROW John Kerry’s office hangs-up on calls that complain about his remarks…




AMERICAN PIE HOLE — August 28, 2004

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  1. -S- says:


    This article and the information it contains truly is offensive: John Kerry’s statements — apparently ignored from the Line of Reason by liberals and liberal press — disprove his understanding of democracy. Because, in a democracy, you don’t get to …

  2. -S- says:


    Not that most of us have not noticed already, but the liberal media has gone completely dark since John Kerry’s Word Waste. A Google “News” search provides this exceptionally limited range of results, and among them are two Liberal site sources (the Ne…