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"No one in the United States should try to overhype this election. This election is a sort of demarcation point, and what really counts now is the effort to have a legitimate political reconciliation, and it’s going to take a massive diplomatic effort and a much more significant outreach to the international community than this administration has been willing to engage in.  Absent that, we will not be successful in Iraq."

– John Kerry, on NBC’s Meet The Press, January 30, 2005

Comments

  1. Steveo'Brien says:

    I didn’t know John got up this early in Sunday mornings. 😉

  2. John Kerry:
    “This election is a sort of demarcation point(…)”

    Yeah, a demarcation point all right: between standing up for democracy OR opposing democratic reform.

    It’s very, very, simple: are you FOR or AGAINST democracy? No “Yes, but”… For or against? (Push Kerry too hard on that question, and his head might explode.)

    I’m for.

    -A.R.Yngve
    http://yngve.bravehost.com

  3. Are John’s comments even relevant now? Were they ever? His appearance on a Sunday morning news show as the only guest, should tell you the state of the mainstream media and the Democratic Party…..very telling….

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