Friday, October 22, 2004

Stolen Honor Gets A Positive Review From The New York Times

The movie "Stolen Honor", about the betrayal of POW's in Vietnam by John Kerry, has recieved a very positive review by the New York Times:

Stolen Honor: Wounds That Never Heal," the highly contested anti-Kerry documentary, should not be shown by the Sinclair Broadcast Group. It should be shown in its entirety on all the networks, cable stations and on public television.


What John Kerry did to the men he left behind, those still in combat and those tortured on a daily basis in prison camps, can never be forgotten or forgiven. His actions as an anti-war activist set the tone for his entire political career, and that attitude has manifested itself in this campaign in his statement that Iraq is the "wrong war in the wrong place at the wrong time".

This nation is at war, a war that will determine the fate of this country. The Democrats have nominated the country's most famous anti-war activist for the presidency. Despite his stump speeches from the past two weeks, John Kerry is still the same person he was when he met with the communist leaders of North Vietnam and cam back to the United States to promote their agenda.

John Kerry has a dangerous worldview, a dangerous view of the United States and a history of turning his back on the military, whether by protesting a war his fellow veterans were still fighting, or by denying them the funding to fight the war he, under political pressure, voted to authorize. He is not fit to serve as commander in chief.

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