Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Why I'm a WMU student

Ever wonder why we pay so much for our college education? John Kerry lets us know what will happen to us if we don't.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

Strange post from a GOP group. I think it hits the spot though. Iraq is a disaster that is draining our country.

Matthew said...

Sen. Kerry didn't say anything about the Iraq war in that clip. All he did was smear our troops.

Dan said...

I was thinking about this after Glenn Beck got me fired up on the issue yesterday. He calls our troops stupid and refuses to apologize for it. And he wanted to be our commander-in-chief? This all really sounds like the idea of eugenics (sp?) which Hitler was a big fan of. Send the dumb off to war to die.

What kind of terrible human being says something like this? Even if it was a simple slip of the toungue (which he's now claiming it was) he should at least apologize to the great men and women who have served this country.

BTW, Glenn Beck had some great comments on the current situation regarding Iraq. Anyone who thinks it's a quagmire where nothing good has happened needs to go to www.theotheriraq.com. There are commercials put together there by the people of Kurdistan THANKING America. They're building the American University of Iraq over there. I'm sick of the negative view people have in Iraq. There is a lot of good going on over there.

Pissed of Republican Student said...

The thing w/ Kurdistan... is that it was fine before we got there. They were seperated in the No Fly zone and there was little threat to them.

Allan said...

This is not an isolated incident. Liberals have been saying this for years.

John Kerry basically said that the only reason that anyone would join the military is if the alternative was to starve to death. That says a lot about what liberals think of America.

Anonymous said...

I don't see you having joined there Allan. What are you waiting for? If you "support" our troops why not join? And let's be fair. Kerry made a foolish comment but is it any different than Bush saying earlier this week that a Democratic victory is a victory for the terrorists? Where is your criticism of those comments?

Anonymous said...

For your consideration: http://www.nytimes.com/2006/11/02/opinion/02thu1.html?em&ex=1162702800&en=08e6e843413b30ee&ei=5087%0A