When you are pro-war even the abortion doctors call you "baby-killer."

2004-03-09

Kerry As President...

Kerry vowed to "roll back" Bush's disastrous foreign policy decisions made during his term. If elected President John F'n Kerry would reinstate Saddam Hussein as duly elected president of Iraq after tearing up the recently signed constitution guaranteeing all Iraqis, including women and religious or ethnic minorities, equal status under the law, reanimate his two sons killed in a gunfight with American military forces, reconstitute the Taliban in Afghanistan and force Afghani women to again wear traditional full-body coverings.

Kerry would then subjugate all American self defense to the United Nations after paying billions of dollars in tribute to the French, German and Russian governments. Kerry insists he will normalize relations with European countries that soured after the US and over 60 other countries unilaterally invaded two sovereign nations and removed their legitimate governments that posed no direct eminent threat to the United States or its allies now or the future no matter what kind of nuclear or biological weapons programs they were developing or had at any time in the past.

Kerry also would push for fully normalized relations with Iran, North Korea and Cuba including free and open trade and a technological exchange between the countries to bring their transportation, space, medical and information technology infrastructure up to modern standards. United States healthcare and education systems will adopt the same standards used in Cuba and North Korea as they are far superior to our own, which were severely underfunded by the Bush administration despite the largest budgetary increases ever and the largest entitlement program that increased the budget deficit by an order of magnitude over the next 10 years.

Finally Kerry would march all former members of the Bush administration out of Washington D.C. and send them to Guantanamo Bay without a trial. This would come after first releasing all prisoners currently held without the protections of the United States constitution such as access to US Lawyers and trials in US courts. The fact that they are not citizens of the United States and were captured on the battlefield on foreign soil fighting US forces in the wake of the much deserved attacks of September 11, 2001 in which only 3,000 people were killed by Al Queada freedom-fighters having no bearing on their basic rights under the United State's constitution.