Written by Jim Kouri
Kerry, who is the chairman of the U.S. Senate's Foreign Relations Committee, claims his visit to the Gaza Strip was followed by a short visit to southern Israeli town of Sderot, which has been a target by Gaza militants' homemade rocket attacks.
Kerry used UN vehicles during his tour of several areas in the Gaza Strip destroyed by the Israeli army during a 22-day air, sea and ground military offensive on the region that concluded on January 18.
Earlier on Thursday, Democratic congressmen, Brian Baird and Keith Ellison, also arrived in Gaza through Erez crossing in northern Gaza Strip and started touring areas hit by Israel during its major military offensive.
Hamas leaders said in a press statement, "We are not interested [sic] to meet the American officials. All what we care about is to let these officials come to see our people's suffering in the Gaza Strip."
During the 2004 presidential campaign, John Kerry tried to tell the American people that he voted for giving the President the authority to go to war, but he didn't expect Bush to actually invade Iraq. See, he admitted he was stupid even when the presidency lay in the balance. He constantly complained about Bush's "rush to war." He read a bill that gives Bush the authority to go to war. He voted "yes" to giving Bush that authority. And then Kerry, the intellectual giant, is shocked that Bush actually does go to war.
To be fair, it seems the majority of Democrats have admitted they are easily duped stooges and numbskulls. They did it when they claimed the Republicans "stole" the 2000 election from another intellectual giant, Al Gore. Yes, indeed the Democrats won the election but they were robbed by a man whom Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV) is quoted as saying "is stupid."
And then in 2004, with all their bellyaching about voters being "disenfranchised" by the Republicans, and having poll watchers including propaganda film-meister Michael Moore posturing at voting stations throughout the nation, the Republicans still stole the election from Kerry and the Democrats.
For the sake of argument, let's say they are correct. The GOP stole the election from them not once, but twice. What's that old saying? Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me?
Obviously, the Democrats are easily duped. They can't hold on to an elected position even when they win it, by their own admission. And we're supposed to entrust them with national security? We're supposed to rely on them to fight a cunning enemy in the war on terrorism? How do we know they won't lose an entire tank battalion somewhere in the Sahara? They sound pretty slow on the uptake if you ask me. Besides, as dumb as they are, they might end up winning the war and decide to surrender - as they are doing today under another mental giant, President Barack Obama.
In addition, people such as Kerry and Rep. John Murtha, who are now against the war, voted for it in the first place. What did they think they were doing? Voting for more money for Boston's "Big Dig?" Did they nonchalantly vote for our kids to attack a sovereign nation as if they were voting for some pork barrel project in their home states?
These men and women should resign. They are so stupid - by their own admission - they simply cannot be trusted to vote intelligently on major issues facing this nation such as immigration reform, national security and healthcare. If a man such as President Bush - someone they themselves claim is stupid and incompetent - can trick them into voting for a war they say was a mistake, they are too dumb to serve in the Senate, the House of Representatives or in the White House.
Jim Kouri, CPP is currently fifth vice-president of the National Association of Chiefs of Police and he's a staff writer for the New Media Alliance (thenma.org). In addition, he's the blog editor for the House Conservatives Fund's weblog. Recently, the editors Examiner.com appointed him as their Law Enforcement Examiner. Kouri also serves as political advisor for Emmy and Golden Globe winning actor Michael Moriarty.
His book Assume The Position is available at Amazon.Com. Kouri's own website is located at http://jimkouri.us