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\Ann Couter, More of John Kerry’s retroactive campaign promises

Posted by thebosun on July 27, 2006

In Ann Coulter’s latest column, More of John Kerry’s retroactive campaign promises, that was posted at WorldNetDaily, the take-no-prisoners commentator slices and dices the Democratic Party, and specifically John Kerry, for an inconsistent policy on fighting the war on terror.

DISCLAIMER: The different points of views Ann Coulter are not supported nor do they reflect the views and beliefs of the Bosun Locker or any entity affiliated with the Bosun Locker.

Writes Coulter: “After making the capture of Osama bin Laden their sole objective in the war on terrorism, now Democrats expect us to believe they would have been fighting every other Muslim jihadist on the planet like mad – just not one of the main sponsors of Islamic terrorism, Saddam Hussein. But they’d be merciless with every other mass-murdering, Islamic, terror-sponsoring lunatic.

“Israel’s recent tussle with Hezbollah reminds us how absurd the Democrats’ fixation on Osama is. America has been under attack from Muslim extremists for nearly 30 years. Not just al-Qaida and certainly not just Osama bin Laden.”

Coulter then presents a comprehensive list of the numerous attacks by Islamic jihadists against Americans in the last three decades.

Read Coulter’s latest column, More of John Kerry’s retroactive campaign promises, now at WorldNetDaily.com!

Ann Coulter, well-known for her TV appearances as a political analyst, is an attorney and author.

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