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The Million Moron March – Make Poop, Not War! (VIDEO)

Okay, well there wasn’t anywhere close to a million, but they are still all morons.  Don’t believe me?  Go here to listen to them speak and actually cheer for the American Taliban traitor John Walker Lindh. 

They “support the troops”, but cheer for our enemies trying to kill them!  Not to mention CODEPINK sending money to the terrorists in Fallujah.  But they “support the troops” remember!  (The enemy’s troops that is…)

Once again, ladies and gentlemen, this is the base of the Democrat Party.

Via Charles Johnson at LGF:  VIDEO: Best of the Moronic Convergence

Here’s a selection of rough clips from today’s tantrum at the National Mall, featuring “progressive” celebrities such as CODEPINK’s Medea Benjamin and a troop of harpies, a British Stop-The-War moonbat who advocates impeaching America’s president, a cheer from the crowd at the mention of American Taliban traitor John Walker Lindh, Sean Penn, Jane Fonda (you didn’t want to hear her talk, did you?), Tim Robbins (chewing up the scenery like a silky poodle on crack), a rapper named “Bedouin” who assures us that “Islam means peace,” and the new anti-war slogan that sums up the whole thing so beautifully, “Just Poop.”

Go Pundit Go has video of the moonbat festivities in San Diego.

January 27, 2007 , 10:37PM Posted by | Anti-War Groups, Leftist Groups | Comments Off on The Million Moron March – Make Poop, Not War! (VIDEO)

Take Your Utopic F***ing BS and Stuff It

With the exception of the tool calling himself “Dan of Steele”, there are some great comments being left in the blog post to which I linked at Blackfive by Mr. Wolf, “I Hate to Say I Told You So…”

The following are two of my favorites by Huntress and devildog6771.

Dan of Steele – as some one who speaks fluent arabic, and whose parents were both born in Egypt your utopian perspective on the arab man on the street speaks volumes to how little you truly understand both the arab mentality, and existential struggle we face.

CNN ran a frightening investigative report on Londonistan.. how London has become a breeding ground for radical islam. This enemy doesn’t care how long it takes and what means are employed to turn the UK and the entire West into a muslim theocracy. FULL STOP.

In the months I spent in the M.E, the arabs I overheard speaking in cafes — unsuspecting that a non arab white chick could understand them — didn’t speak of families and children and education — they spoke of hating their leaders who are in bed with American Presidents and of hating democracy — of hating Israel, all jews, coptic christians who lived among them, hating american arrogance and american liberals who they considered to be cowards and who they despised for their liberal attitudes about gays, sex, drugs, music, and their rampant secularism. They spoke of how American pretended to be strong yet did nothing when their embassies were bombed and when the USS Cole, and the barracks in Beirut were attacked… they believed America and Americans to be feckless.

That, Dan, is what the average arab on the street spoke about in Egypt.. in Saudi Arabia… and in Jordan. All countries friendly to Israel and to America. They spoke of the day when America would come to its knees, and when whatever brand of Islam they practiced would rise to take over the west.

By the way.. while my parents lived in Egypt — the arabs said the same thing about the British… once the arabs emerged from the madrasas every Friday nite… they’d start rioting in the streets… no doubt inspired by the same rhetoric and hatred that the mullahs preached then as they do now..

So take your fucking utopic bullshit… and stuff it.

As for The Catholic Workers group they campaign for non violence, actively protest wars, and the unequal distribution of wealth globally.

The NCC is a left wing organization that has lent support to Marxist regimes and harbour a biased policy towards Cuba, they support Fidel Castro, while they remain completely silent towards political and religious prisoners in countries with left-leaning and totalitarian leadership.  In the 50s and 60’s they were exposed for funding Marxist guerilla movements responsible for killing non-combatants, including Christian missionaries.

Veterans for Peace have provided support to Cindy Sheehan – and sent letters to the House and Senate asking for the Impeachment of President Bush based on “this administration’s war on Iraq, in addition to being increasingly unpopular among Americans, is an unmistakable violation of our Constitution and federal law which you have sworn to uphold.  In our system, the remedy for such high crimes is clear: this administration must be impeached.”

Just like the rest of those fools protesting today, they ignored that fact that the military actions in Iraq were approved by both houses …something to do with violations of UN resolutions… a point they can’t seem to grasp.  Basically they have opposed US military action anywhere in the world …but seem to have no problem with terrorists beheading americans, innocent civilians, blowing up kids, and called for restraint in the aftermath of 9/11.

I have to wonder if they would have called for restraint in the aftermath of the bombing of Pearl Harbor.

And as for your comment about the concern that my fellow Hollywood denizens harbour towards wounded soldiers and towards VietNam vets — one Thanksgiving weekend, when I didn’t return home to be with my family, I ended up serving lunch to the homeless.  After several hours I was allowed to wander about and do as I please.  I ended up at a table where four guys sat alone.  I asked if I could join them.  They smiled, stood up, and said yes.  (Such gentlemen, blew me away, no one stands up anymore for a lady) I joined them, and started with the usual introductions and pleasantries.  I noticed one guy had a baseball cap that had the unit and platoon ensignia on it, and asked about it.  It was then that I found out that ALL FOUR of these guys had served in Nam!  I was blown away.  Four vets serve our country…. albeit in a war that perhaps should never have happened ….and they are homeless?!!!!????

Politics aside… that ANYONE who served for our country should now be desititute in a country as rich as ours sickened me!  Hell it ANGERED me!!!  I asked if we could talk about their experiences in Nam, and their experiences upon returning.  And they were cool about that… offering up alot of details.

Not only did I pay for them to visit DC and see the Vietnam Memorial.  They were homeless because they could not find employment upon returning from Nam, they couldn’t get the medical attention they needed, they couldn’t find help to deal with their PTS, they were spat on, tormented, called baby killers, and treated with contempt.

The ACLU today demands that terrorists receive the consideration american citizens receive under the constitution… even though these terrorists want to destroy America and do not want to abide by any of our liberities granted to us in the Constitution…  but the ACLU never came the aid of these vets!

When I tried to rally support among the Hollywood community to aid these guys and all Vietnam vets….. NO ONE and I mean NO ONE – not Hanoi Jane, not Oliver Stone, not Donald Sutherland, not Susan, and Sean, Tim, and George… none of these people gave a rats ass!

As for people who drink from the kool aid – the only ones who do so are those marching on the Hill today.  I have to wonder when those terrorist supporting, jihad loving, communists will start to march in the streets of Tehran asking the Mullahs and President IMAJIHADIST to allow the Iranians the same freedoms the members of these organisations marching on the Hill today are priviliged to enjoy.  I wonder what day the will apologise to those Vets who served in Nam for the shit they put them through, I wonder what day they will march into Cuba and demand the release of all those jailed for speaking against Castro, and I wonder what day they will march in the streets of the arab theocracies and demand that they stop kidnapping, torturing and beheading American soldiers, innocent civilian and children.

They only embrace American freedoms as a means to spew hatred about this country, and demean and devalue the very country they live in, while embracing the communist and totalarian gov’ts that deny freedom to every one else.

And they say smoking pot doesnt harm the brain?

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I have repeatedly written about this on my blog.  I have shown the organizational charts, the relationships to communists organizations in America, the activities abroad with the commmunists leaders and groups, and, worse yet, the take over of the Democratic Party by these same people.  That is all the progressive caucus is all about.  They are affiliated with DSA.  In the late 90’s they changed their website because a Washington reporter caught the connection and did an exposee the was quietly moved to a back page.  They each set up their own site as a result and removed all signs of affiliation.

George Soros, Ickes and Hillary formed the Shadow party with the seven sisters.  MoveOn.Org is one of them.  Jane Fonda is the third highest contributor.  Most of this was set up as the McCain-Fiengold Act was being pushed through Congress.  They knew the 527 loophole would exist.  They control the Democratic party because their 527’s have the money.  One member of MoveOn.org even got quoted saying we paid for the party now it is ours!

It is and has been their goal to have a candidate in the 2008 race since the fall of the old USSR.  It is their stated goal to establish a new “mother Russia” right here in America.  But they want to make sure it succeeds by “fixing” what made the USSR fail.

So, how do they plan to do this?  First alter their ideology and doctrine by changing the word usage to words like progressive and politically correct.  Their ideology itself hasn’t changed, just how they verbalize it. The reason for that is after they got the VietNam pullout they quickly lost momemtum.  People paid more attention to what they were really proposing.  They use a two point approach.  They form groups locally like “friends of families [an example only], get involved in churches, unions, community activities, etc. to draw in the middle class.  At the same time have those capable become judges, lawyers, politicians so that when you get the middle class infiltration set and the “churn” begins, the middle class begins to feel someone is fighting for them.  The minorities have already been garnered but they know that even with all the minority votes they have to have the middle America on board.

But this started before VietNam when the ACLU got the Smith Act declared un-constitutional.  You can google the top most important ACLU SupremeCourt cases and see what others they got changed or put aside.  ANSWER, NION, and UFPJ are the three main umbrella groups under the old Communist party which has changed its name several times, splintered, etc. and the CPUSA.  Many of Bush’s most outspoken Democratic critics are members of these groups.  Do a little research and you will find they all have the same address at the top.  I believe they in the same office with Ramsey Clark.

Locally these activists go out and door to door especially at election time.  The politicians, the Progressive caucus, and supporting politicians harp on what is wrong until we believe it, true or not.  Say it often enough and people believe it.  Organize rallies all over the country.  Bus in your people and soon it looks like the whole country supports them.

It worked during Viet Nam. The SDS was nothing more than a communist org. of college students.  They were the lead up to the weather underground.  There was also the Black Panthers.  I remember all these people mentioned here, except maybe the hollywood types whose names have changed.  Their goal is “revolution” and the destruction of our way of life and our Constitution, Cagen is in the most hard nosed group with Tom Hayden, Danial Barrigan, Chomsky, Medina Jane Fonda, John Kerry.  I remember them all.  Now the shocker.  Hillary is in the next lower tier.

Her mentor as a beginning lay student was a hard nosed leftist.  She was on the committeee that gathered the material for the Special Prosecutor who impeached Nixon.  She illegally obtained documents which was kept quiet.  The man who served in that capacity was a close friend of Kennedy and a former business colleague as were “all” the members of his team.  Kennedy selected, or hand picked from former staffers and collegues the members of that team.  Kennedy single handedly engineered that whole scandlal, the break in but the following sequence of events.  He made sure it was kept alive.  He built it up to be far more than it really was.  It was part of his goal to pull the troops from Vietnam and cut the funds to Vietnam and Cambodia.  2-3 million were massecered as a result of his actions.

The anit-war movement was organized by the same people or organizations, plus their new front groups as the ones protesting now.  By going all over the country they apply a principle that was used in one of the old communist countries to overthrow the government.  The principile was based on using a small minority of people to start a revolution to overthrow a government by making it look like the whole country supported them.  They believed that small group could go around the country spreading complaining about the government and its leader and then telling them what “was wrong” and then spreading their ideas of how to fix it over and over all over the country, they would finally begin to draw people in because they stopped believing what they saw and started believing whst they heard.  It WORKED!

The same principle was used to get troops out of Vietnam.  It isn’t that they are against the war.  It is a tool.  Capitolizing on people’s emotions.  In the 60’s and 70’s they also used the civil rights movement, the women’s movement, and the war and what other big issues were on the table then.  Their people joined all these groups, which were, by the way, worthy causes.

Whenever I mention this to people they look at me like I am crazy.  But all the supporting proof is out there in plain site on the internet for anyone who takes the time to look.  Problem is some people will never change their minds no matter what, others just like to be against something.  The rest just can’t accept that all people can’t be tken at face value.  They also hate to be duped.  So they ignore the truth.

I know, because I used to be like them.  Then one day I came across the story about the Progressive Caucus.  I didn’t believe it.  I thought is was politics.  But when I started checking it out I found I was wrong.  I lost a lot of heroes that day.  You might say it was like losing my innocence.  I was angry and felt betrayed.  Then I began to realize I couldn’t be the only dupe.  I wasn’t.  Now, Republican, Demcrat, whatever, I check it all out.  I no longer blindly follow a cause.  I first have to verify facts.

They created a form of mass hysteria, a lot like when you see two people fighting.  Someone else started the fight in the sense that they spread the rumors that led to the confrontation.  Then, when the two go at it, they stood off to the side and stirred up the onlookers.  In a matter of minutes there is a whole scale riot.

January 27, 2007 , 7:27PM Posted by | American History, Iraq, Leftist Groups, Military, Terrorism, War Effort in Iraq | 1 Comment

The Anti-American Mobs Marching in Washington D.C. This Weekend

You will not see this reported in the “mainstream” media, because they agree with these anti-American tools and will be doing their best to cover-up for them.

Luckily, The Wolf at Blackfive has exposed their Communist, Anti-American background.  Do you want these people in charge of our National Defense?  This is the voting base of the Democrat Party, ladies and gentlemen.

Back in November, I posted a small piece about the coming change in what we will be seeing on our news, in our neighborhoods, and in the MSM; that change paralleling the anti-war Viet Nam playbook tactics.   Well, it seems as if it kicks off this weekend.  You can bet that all of this will culminate with the Democratic Convention right here in Denver.  I am SO looking forward to the freak show…

The United For Peace and Justice coalition (UFPJ) and their slimy Hollyweird ilk are staging a protest in Washington, complete with ‘stars’, Communist Party members, and other associated fringers this weekend, to be followed by a march on the Capitol on Monday.  Must be a great weekend to be in DC…

In case any of you haven’t done so, I suggest you take a look at the organizations associated with these groups, and one Leslie Cagan…

The UFPJ is made up of individuals representing the following groups: 

Does anyone else see a trend here?  Could they be any more ANTI-AMERICAN than this group?  Ruckus Society?  Communist Party?  TransAfrica Forum?  Socialist Party?

The UFPJ was formed by Leslie Cagan, who is a prominent member of the Communist Party of America, among other groups.  Her latest quote-  “fight, war, occupation, death, destruction, spend our tax dollars,” Leslie Cagan, national coordinator of United for Peace and Justice, the umbrella group that is one of the main organizers of Saturday’s events, said at a media briefing.  Citing what she called “this devastating debacle of lies and horror,” Cagan said: “The people of this country have had it…”

What I find most troubling is the military (active duty!) folks that are planning on being present and speaking.  While I am all for free speech, how can these guys stab their fellow shipmates and Soldiers in the back?

Danny Glover, Jane Fonda, Susan Sarandon, Tim Robbins and others are slated to lead and speak at the ‘march’.  I’m guessing if they get 50,000 people to show up, it would be a miracle.  But, if they are handing out free beer, they might get more…

One other noteworthy attendee will be the father of a Soldier who has been charged with ‘missing movement’ in order to avoid being sent to Iraq.  His son is a 28 year old Army lieutenant who is to be court-martialed next month.   His father plans to march with Fonda and Cagan.

I don’t see any mention of Sheehan, yet.

Folks, these people had ZERO interest in the ‘welfare of the troops’.  NONE.  NADA.  It is all cover for their own interest in a SP-led society.  What is beginning to bother me most is where this may lead in 9-12 months time – spitting on troops, shouting at them in the airports, neglecting the vets.

To all of you VN-era vets out there, I’m asking for your help here.  Help us speak out and ensure this never happens.  You’ve been there, you got the t-shirt – you’ve experienced the hatred.  I don’t want to see us go that route again. 

But I see it coming.

Wolf

January 27, 2007 , 5:49PM Posted by | American History, Leftist Groups, Viet Nam | Comments Off on The Anti-American Mobs Marching in Washington D.C. This Weekend

Iran Responsible for Murder of 5 US Soldiers in Karbala?

UPDATE I:  Curt at Flopping Aces has MUCH more here:  It’s About Time.  By the way, as you are reading all of this, ask yourself something.  Why are we not getting this extensive background and detail of the world’s biggest problem from the “professional” journlists in the “mainstream” media and from our elected politicians in Congress?  You and I both know why…

Whether we admit it or not, we are at war with Iran.  We have been for decades but have denied it all along.  Will it take the Iraq war for our country to realize that the country that spawned radical islam has been the enemy all along?  From Beirut to Grenada, from Kuwait to Iraq…. Iran has been the heart and soul of all that is evil in this world and now they are systematically killing our troops while they pretend to be something they are not. Via Powerline:

The National Council of Resistance, an Iranian opposition group headquartered in France, claims that thousands of Iraqis are paid Iranian agents. The group “released the names, alleged dates of recruitment by Iran and the supposed salaries of 31,690 Iraqis.”

President Bush has decided its now time to throw down the gauntlet, something ALL of his predecessors decided was not prudent.  We have been trying to appease the war critics by making nice with the Mullahs while all along they have been making war.  Question is, will it be too late?  Many have missed the fact that this new strategy has been in place since last summer, it’s not brand new, and it’s not a kneejerk reaction to the latest violence perpetrated by the Iranians.  but we should have been doing this all along.  Bush waited far too long due to the left’s incessant wails, he obviously tried to appease them by showing that he could try to negotiate with those who know only strength and violence. 

It’s now almost a foregone conclusion that if we do decide to really tackle Iran it will be a bloody confrontation.  Will our country have the backbone to support that or will there be cries and wails from the left and our MSM?  We know the answer to that question already unfortunately. 

So Bush is going to need our support in countering the MSM and their lefty cohorts when they spout:

Administration Strategy Stirs Concern Among Some Officials …

As they did in the above article.  The doves will be “concerned” about everything and anything put in place by a Republican until a plane flies into their building and puts them to rest permanently.  Nothing we can do about their “concern”.  All we can do is send a message to Washington and to our troops that we support taking the war to the enemy and make no bones about it, Iran IS the enemy.UPDATE

Bill Roggio on some internal happenings inside Iran:

Internal political pressure against Ahmadinejad have risen since his party lost important elections for the Assembly of Experts and in the municipal councils. There is a real fear Ahmadinejad’s policies are leading to economic collapse and open confrontation with the West. Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, Iran’s supreme leader, snubbed Ahmadinejad by declining a meeting just one week after his newspaper criticized Ahmadinejad’s aggressive posture on the Iranian nuclear program.

Grand Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri, the one-time successor to Ayatollah Khomenei, the founder of the Islamic Republic, criticized Ahmadinejad’s policies. “It is necessary to act with reason with the enemy and not provoke it. Extremism does not do people any good,” said Montazeri. Hashemi Rafsanjani, the former president who lost to Ahmadinejad in 2005, “believes Iran may have to yield to western demands to suspend uranium enrichment to save the country’s Islamic system from collapse.” Rafsanjani is also the head of a political block seeking to impeach four of Ahmadinejad’s ministers, and possibly Ahmadinejad himself.

Escalating the fight inside Iraq against Iranian agents may very well widen the chasm between those extremists and moderates in Iran.  Just one more reason the new Bush doctrine against Iran may work.

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Bill Roggio has the details at The CounterTerrorism Blog, a weekly must-read to keep up on the details in worldwide terrorism which the “mainstream” media is too incompetent to report (or deliberately censoring from the American public).

Found via Bryan Preston at HotAir, who makes a good point in saying that the recent announcement that Iranians in Iraq are now fair game for being killed or caputured makes sense now (even though it should have been official policy much sooner than now.)

The Iranians may be responsible the conducting the attack that resulted in the murder of five American soldiers in Karbala

On January 20th, a team of twelve men disguised as U.S. soldiers entered the Provincial Joint Coordination Center in Karbala, where U.S. soldiers conducted a meeting with local officials, and attacked and killed five soldiers, and wounded another three. The initial reports indicated the five were killed in the Karbala JCC, however the U.S. military has reported that four of those killed were actually removed from the center, handcuffed, and murdered.

The American Forces Information Service provides the details of the attack in Karbala. Based on the sophisticated nature of the raid, as well as the response, or cryptic non-responses, from multiple military and intelligence sources, this raid appears to have been directed and executed by the Qods Force branch of the Iranian Republican Guard Corps. My sources agreed this is far to sophisticated an operation for the Mahdi Army or Badr Corps, while al-Qaeda in Iraq would have a difficult time mounting such an operation in the Shia south. “The Karbala Government Center raid the other day was a little too professional for JAM [Jaish al-Mahdi, or the Mahdi Army],” according to a military source.

This raid required specific intelligence, in depth training for the agents to pass as American troops, resources to provide for weapons, vehicles, uniforms, identification, radios and other items needed to successfully carry out the mission. Hezbollah’s Imad Mugniyah executed a similar attack against Israeli forces on the Lebanese border, which initiated the Hezbollah-Israeli war during the summer of 2006.

The details from the Karbala raid from AFIS:

“The precision of the attack, the equipment used and the possible use of explosives to destroy the military vehicles in the compound suggests that the attack was well rehearsed prior to execution,” said Army Lt. Col. Scott Bleichwehl, spokesman for Multinational Division Baghdad. “The attackers went straight to where Americans were located in the provincial government facility, bypassing the Iraqi police in the compound.” At about 5 p.m. that day, a convoy consisting of at least five sport utility vehicles entered the Karbala compound and about 12 armed militants attacked the American troops with rifle fire and hand grenades, officials said.

One soldier was killed and three others wounded by a hand grenade thrown into the center’s main office. Other explosions within the compound destroyed three Humvees.

The attackers withdrew with four captured U.S. soldiers and drove out of the Karbala province into the neighboring Babil province. Iraqi police began trailing the assailants after they drew suspicion at a checkpoint.

Three soldiers were found dead and one fatally wounded, along with five abandoned vehicles, near the town of Mahawil. Two were found handcuffed together in the back of one of the vehicles. The other two were found nearby on the ground. One soldier was found alive but died en route to a nearby hospital. All suffered from gunshot wounds.

Also recovered at the site were U.S. Army-type combat uniforms, boots, radios and a non-U.S. made rifle, officials said.

Mahawil is in Babil province, about 27 miles directly west of Karbala. While it is impossible to prove, the attackers may have been making a bee-line towards the Iranian border.

The Karbala raid makes sense in light of the U.S. raids on the Iranian diplomatic missions in Baghdad and Irbil, where Iranian Qods Force agents were captured, along with documentation that divulged Iran’s involvement with and support of Shia death squads, the Sunni insurgent, and al-Qaeda in Iraq and Ansar al-Sunnah. Five Iranians from the Irbil raid are still in U.S. custody, and captured U.S. soldiers would provide for excellent bargaining chips.

IF it is confirmed that Iran’s Qods Force was responsible, the news that the United States has authorized the death or captured of Iranian agents inside Iraq, as well as in Afghanistan and Lebanon makes all the more sense.

January 27, 2007 , 4:19PM Posted by | Iran, Iraq, Military, Terrorism, War Effort in Iraq | Comments Off on Iran Responsible for Murder of 5 US Soldiers in Karbala?

Senator John F. Kerry (D-MA): The U.S. is an International Pariah

UPDATE II:  Captain Ed Morrissey proves that not only is Senator Kerry a hypocrite, but he is also an ignoramus.  As are those who believe in the statements that Senator Kerry is making.

Once again, we have the spectre of Kyoto haunting the Bush administration, when it was the Clinton administration that refused to submit the treaty to the Senate — and the Senate that unanimously passed a resolution saying they’d never ratify it. The Byrd-Hagel Resolution in 1997 made it clear that the US would not allow itself to be bound by the treaty as long as it exempted India, China, and other developing nations. That’s the same position as the Bush Administration has taken — and the same position that John Kerry himself took in 1997 when he voted in favor of the Byrd-Hagel Resolution.

That’s yet another example of the hypocrisy of John Kerry — but there’s more.

He took the time to scold the Bush administration for its lack of effort on AIDS and other diseases in Africa. However, Bush has already spent more on these issues than the last Democratic administration did in eight years. Humanitarian aid to Africa comprised $1.4 billion a year at the end of the Clinton administration, but Bush has tripled that to $4 billion per year — and wants to more than double it over the next two years:

President Bush’s legacy is sure to be defined by his wielding of U.S. military power in Afghanistan and Iraq, but there is another, much softer and less-noticed effort by his administration in foreign affairs: a dramatic increase in U.S. aid to Africa. The president has tripled direct humanitarian and development aid to the world’s most impoverished continent since taking office and recently vowed to double that increased amount by 2010 — to nearly $9 billion. …

Bush has increased direct development and humanitarian aid to Africa to more than $4 billion a year from $1.4 billion in 2001, according to the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. And four African nations — Sudan, Ethiopia, Egypt and Uganda — rank among the world’s top 10 recipients in aid from the United States.

So not only is John Kerry a hypocrite, he’s also an ignoramus. However, we have noticed that the Davos forum has become, over the years, a convention of sorts for both. Kerry should feel right at home.

UPDATE I:  Via AllahPundit at HotAir:

He said this while seated next to the former CEO of one of the world’s foremost terrorist states, which as we speak is working on building nuclear weapons, bankrolling Hezbollah’s efforts to foment civil war in Lebanon and Hamas’s exterminationist jihad against Israel, and supplying Shiite militias with IEDs to kill American soldiers in Iraq. Whose current leadership, lest we forget, Kerry has previously signaled a desire to meet with. Note the bolded bit in the quote, too: given a direct choice between defending the president or siding with the Iranian government circa 2003 — whose nominal leader was, of course, Khatami himself — Lurch essentially chose the latter.

Then he signed an autograph for the pig. The same pig who, six months ago, defended executing gays for the crime of homosexuality.

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For those who do not know what is a “pariah”.  (Keep in mind, this is a man who wanted to be President of the United States.  This is what he truly believes about our nation.)

I bet you haven’t heard about this in the major news today, have you?  That is probably because they are having orgasms over the moonbats who have gathered in Washington, D.C. to urge our surrender in the war effort against Islamic Totalitarianism.  You can go here to read about that if you’d like:  New Anti-War Slogan: “Just Poop”

But I believe we now know why Senator John F. Kerry (D-MA) decided to not run for President in 2008.  It seems the Democrats have elected him to be their point man on Anti-American rhetoric to undermine the United States and embolden our enemies.  Since Senator Kerry is used to this kind of thing from his days with Winter Soldier and his testimony before Congress in 1971, it made complete sense.

For those of you who have had much better things to do this weekend than keep up with the number of American Congressmen who are betraying their country, Charles Johnson at LGF and Allahpundit at HotAir have the latest, including video at HotAir.

Here is Charles Johnson’s coverage:  John Kerry with the Enemies of America

The man who was almost president shares a stage in Davos, Switzerland, with a rogue’s gallery of enemies, including the former president of Iran and his Iraqi puppet.

Nearly beyond belief. But this is John F. Kerry, doing what he does — giving aid and comfort to the enemies of America during wartime.

Amr Moussa, Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Abdullah Gul, Foreign Minister of Turkey, Ahmed Mahmoud Nazif, Prime Minister of Egypt, Adil Abd al-Mahdi, Vice-President of Iraq, Mohammad Khatami, former President of Iran, and John Kerry, Senator from Massachussetts, U.S., from left, pose for a group photo after a plenary session on the Middle East during the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland, Saturday, Jan. 27, 2007. (AP Photo/Keystone, Alessandro della Valle)

Here he is, giving the Ayatollah Khatami an autograph.

Former President of Iran Mohammad Khatami, right, shares a word with Senator from Massachusetts, USA, John Kerry after participating in a session ‘The Future of the Middle East’ at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.

Signed,

Death to America!
John F. Kerry

UPDATE at 1/27/07 9:21:51 am:

More on this shameful appearance at The Political Pit Bull, who notes that Kerry called the US an international pariah — while sitting on a stage with a representative of the world’s major state sponsor of terrorism.

UPDATE at 1/27/07 9:27:27 am:

More of Kerry’s appalling blast at his own country: Sen. Kerry Blasts U.S. Foreign Policy. (Hat tip: Killgore.)

(AP) DAVOS, Switzerland Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry slammed the foreign policy of the Bush administration on Saturday, saying it has caused the United States to become “a sort of international pariah.”

The statement came as the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee responded to a question about whether the U.S. government had failed to adequately engage Iran’s government before the election of hard-liner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in 2005. Kerry said the Bush administration has failed to adequately address a number of foreign policy issues.

When we walk away from global warming, Kyoto, when we are irresponsibly slow in moving toward AIDS in Africa, when we don’t advance and live up to our own rhetoric and standards, we set a terrible message of duplicity and hypocrisy,” Kerry said.

“So we have a crisis of confidence in the Middle East — in the world, really. I’ve never seen our country as isolated, as much as a sort of international pariah for a number of reasons as it is today.”

Kerry said the government needs to use diplomacy to improve national security.

“We need to do a better job of protecting our interests, because after all, that’s what diplomacy is about,” he said. “But you have to do it in a context of the reality, not your lens but the reality of those other cultures and histories.”

Kerry criticized what he called the “unfortunate habit” of Americans to see the world “exclusively through an American lens.”

The outrageousness of Kerry’s statements is multiplied by the fact that he himself voted against the Kyoto Protocol — as did every single member of Congress. This was not a Bush decision — it was a unanimous decision of the United States government.

UPDATE at 1/27/07 9:44:51 am:

As for Kerry’s comment that the Bush administration is “irresponsibly slow” in providing AIDS help to Africa, the money is indeed stopped right now — because of Democrat budget wrangling. (Hat tip: Killgore.)

January 27, 2007 , 3:17PM Posted by | AIDS, American History, Iran, John Kerry, Kyoto, Terrorism | Comments Off on Senator John F. Kerry (D-MA): The U.S. is an International Pariah