Tuesday, November 07, 2006

Kerry "Requires Constant Supervision"

The supercilious phony fop John Kerry has a lot of character defects and lapses of adult intelligence. It is only fair that we go back to the honorable officers and men who served with this three-month war hero and got the true measure of the man---Bob Forehead and Max Headroom with a wealthy wife. Here is a nugget from one of his own shipmates:
"My name is Steve Gardner. I served in 1966 and 1967 on my first tour of duty in Vietnam on Swift boats, and I did my second tour in '68 and '69, involved with John Kerry in the last 2 1/2 months of my tour. The John Kerry that I know is not the John Kerry that everybody else is portraying. I served alongside him and behind him, five feet away from him in a gun tub, and watched as he made indecisive moves with our boat, put our boats in jeopardy, put our crews in jeopardy... if a man like that can't handle that 6-man crew boat, how can you expect him to be our Commander-in-Chief?" — Steven Gardner

And this accurate assessment of the thimblewit narcissist:
"During Lt.(jg) Kerry's tour, he was under my command for two or three specific operations, before his rapid exit. Trust, loyalty and judgment are the key, operative words. His turncoat performance in 1971 in his grubby shirt and his medal-tossing escapade, coupled with his slanderous lines in the recent book portraying us that served, including all POWs and MIAs, as murderous war criminals, I believe, will have a lasting effect on all military veterans and their families.

Kerry would be described as devious, self-absorbing, manipulative, disdain for authority, disruptive, but the most common phrase that you'd hear is 'requires constant supervision.'" — Captain Charles Plumly, USN (retired)

Just good to remind ourselves of just what the alternative to the not-so-hot GWB would have been like.

Thank God for the Democrat Party's Death Wish!

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