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Kerry's Biggest Backer Slams His Boy...

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posted on Mar, 17 2004 @ 11:34 AM
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John Kerry receives the royal treatment from the AAAAARRRRGGHH!! master himself:



Dean Admonishes Kerry For His Position On Iraq War. “But I want to reply to something Senator Kerry said about the war. We have similar sets of advisers, many of us on this stage. Senator Kerry is talking about experience in foreign affairs. His experience led him to give the president of the United States a blank check to invade Iraq. … This was an abdication and a failure on the part of Congress. And Senator Kerry was part of that failure. I don’t think that’s the kind of experience we need in foreign affairs in the White House. I think we need somebody who’s going to make independent judgments and not cede the role of Congress in making foreign policy and declaring war.” (MSNBC Democrat Candidates Debate, Des Moines, IA, 11/24/03)


Dean Admonishes Kerry For Having Thin Record On Health Care Issues. “Now, Senator Kerry is the front-runner, and I mean him no insult, but in 19 years in the Senate, Senator Kerry sponsored nine -- 11 bills that had anything to do with health care, and not one of them passed. If you want a president who is going to get results, I suggest that you look at somebody who did get results in my state. That’s how we’re going to fix Medicare, is to get somebody who has executive experience in governing, particularly in health care, particularly somebody who is a doctor who understands these things, who is willing to get stuff done. And I don’t think we are going to do that getting somebody from the United States Senate to be the Democratic nominee.” (Democrat Presidential Candidates Debate, Greenville, SC, 1/29/04)


Dean Admonishes Kerry As Flip-Flopping Washington Insider. NBC’s TIM RUSSERT: “This is what you said to The New York Times last week. ‘[Dean] defined the nomination battle as a choice between [himself]’ and ‘a Washington insider who shifts back and forth with every poll.’ Who is that?” DEAN: “That’s John Kerry.” RUSSERT: “On what issues?” DEAN: “Iraq, for one. He couldn’t make up his mind whether he was for Iraq or not for the longest time. No Child Left Behind, he voted for that, didn’t have the nerve to stand up against that when I did a long, long time ago.” (NBC’s “Meet The Press,” 2/1/04)

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