More Or Less Before And After

In a speech at Georgetown University today, failed Presidential candidate John Kerry pulled what has to have been the fastest flip=flop of his entire career.

First, he claims that the Bush administration was wrong to not follow General Shinseki's recommendation to put more enough troops in Iraq to to maintain order.

Then he cited our top military commander in Iraq, General George Casey, who recently told Congress that our large military presence 'feeds the notion of occupation' and 'extends the amount of time that it will take for Iraqi security forces to become self-reliant.... It is essential to acknowledge that the insurgency will not be defeated unless our troop levels are drawn down."

Of course, he offers no rationale for thinking that fewer troops will scare the adversary more than more troops would.

Does this guy get dizzy from all this flip-flopping?


At 4:03 AM, October 27, 2005, Blogger Galt-In-Da-Box said...

I have always had serious doubts as to whether John Kerry can distinguish truth from deceit, or reality from fantasy.
Remember, Adolf Hitler said "Tell a lie long enough and loud enough, and everyone will believe it. You'll even start to believe it yourself!"


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