John "F'ing" Kerry

      For using his acts of alleged heroism as a Swift boat officer—over 30 years ago—as a qualification to be a  leader.  He has made his medals—a Silver Star, a Bronze Star, and three Purple Hearts—a  central focus of his candidacy.   Then, after returning from Vietnam, turned his back on the true heroes and named them as participators in widespread atrocities by U.S. soldiers in Vietnam.

        For "Flip-flopping on the use of the Vietnam War in election campaigning.  He has inserted Vietnam into the campaign as a central issue.

            However, in 1992, Mr. Kerry defended presidential candidate Bill Clinton on the Senate floor against draft-dodging accusations leveled by a Democratic rival, Sen. Bob Kerrey of Nebraska, himself a Vietnam veteran.

    "I am saddened by the fact that Vietnam has yet again been inserted into the campaign," Mr. Kerry said at the time. "Leadership requires that one help heal the wounds of Vietnam, not reopen them."

    He added: "We do not need to divide America over who served and how."

         "I gave back, I can't remember, six, seven, eight, nine medals," Kerry said in an interview on a Washington, D.C., news program on WRC-TV called Viewpoints on Nov. 6, 1971, according to a tape obtained by ABC NEWS.   During the interview
Kerry was asked if he gave back the Bronze Star, Silver Star and three Purple Hearts he was awarded for combat duty as a Navy lieutenant in Vietnam. "Well, and above that, [I] gave back the others," he said.

               But, when he decided to run for the honorable office of the President of the United States, His statements directly contradict his most recent claims on the disputed subject to the Los Angeles Times. "I never ever implied that I did it, " Kerry told the newspaper, responding to the question of whether he threw away his medals in protest.

        For being cozy with J%#$ F#&!a and communists.

        For his willingness to subjugate our sovereignty.... On the occasion of his first run for Congress, he told the Harvard Crimson:

“I’m an internationalist, I’d like to see our troops dispersed through the world only at the directive of the United Nations.”

        For giving aid and comfort to the enemy in time of conflict.  In his 1985 memoir about the war, Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap wrote that if it weren't for organizations like Kerry's Vietnam Veterans Against the War, Hanoi would have surrendered to the U.S.  A Ho Chi Minh City museum that honors Vietnam war protesters features a photograph of Sen. John Kerry being greeted by the general secretary of the Communist Party, Comrade Do Muoi.

        For just lying....numerous the American people.  As his mentor, Edward "HIC! I Can't Swim" Kennedy quoted, "Lie after lie after lie after lie".........

            ......ahhhh!  The hell with it!  There's not enough web space to cover it all....