Straight Up with Sherri

Thursday, June 09, 2005

Are We There Yet?

Okay, I read the junk from the Boston Globe. John Kerry is just being sneaky again! He has not issued the release Form SF-180. Johnny Boy thinks he can collude with his hometown newspaper and we will all take down our banners? Do you want the real story? Read it here in WorldNetDaily.

The banner stays until the Junior Senator from Massachusetts gets it right!

Right Wing Nut Job

4 Comments:

  • Sherri, I am coming here hoping you can help me. As you have read on Little Green Footballs, my father, a hero of Iwo Jima, died a hero at the World Trade Center. At the age of 79 he ran into the burning buildings to rescue people. He never came out. I have told this story on LGF but people aren't listening. They feel that because his name isn't on any of the lists that I am lying. I swear to the Lord God and the Baby Jesus I am Telling The Truth. I need HELP to get the record straight. Please blog about this.

    Thank You and May The Lord Continue To Bless This Country.

    Realwest.

    By Anonymous realwest, at 12:27 PM  

  • Hello, though I'm not a supporter of John Kerry (I didnt vote for him nor did i like him)I do believe that his vietnam records are irrelevant and unimportant in this day and age. It's best to focus on the issues of today.

    By Blogger Miguel, at 2:27 PM  

  • Miguel,
    Thanks for your comments. I agree that the relevancy of John Kerry's Vietnam records pertaining to his service is trivial. It is his overall character that is questionable. Here we have a politician that may have been held in high esteem by a large segment of America who did not appear to care about his lies, deceptions, and unkept promises. Contrast this with George Bush, a ridiculous closet liberal, who stumbles into problems that could easily be avoided by just securing our borders, performing his Constitutionally mandated executive duties, and winning a war against an identifiable enemy instead of fighting the press who obviously hates him. The President's foreign diplomacy seems to be to pander to foreign tyrants. John Kerry's is to bow to them and lick their boots.

    That being said, I believe that John Kerry's records are much more relevant today than they were in 1972. Because they show where his true loyalties are. As a member of the Foreign Relations Committee of the U.S. Senate, this can be extremely important.

    By Blogger Right Wing Nut Job, at 3:19 PM  

  • Miguel,
    Please tell me what issue of today you would like to discuss.

    By Blogger Right Wing Nut Job, at 3:21 PM  

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