Wednesday, November 01, 2006

Kerry gets stuck in his words

On Monday, Democrat Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry created an upset within political campaigns and the military when he said, “Education. If you make the most of it, study hard, you do your homework, and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”

What did Kerry really mean by this comment, and why would he even tread on such a thin line? Was he referring to President Bush getting the U.S. stuck in Iraq or people in the military?

I’m not so sure that these questions even matter. Kerry offended soldiers, their families and anyone else who supports U.S. troops. I think that he intended to insult the President, but because he could not get his words out right, dug his own grave. Now he is the one who sounds uneducated, because an educated person would think twice about what they were saying to the American people. Not a smart move.

To watch Kerry’s remarks click here.


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