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MrPeepers Donating Member (311 posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Oct-31-03 09:22 AM
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54. Saying he supported the invasion
because you fail to see that someone can support the ousting of a ruthless dictator and not support the way he was ousted. It's not so simple as he never said "invasion." Yet, if he had said "invasion," you would say that was a valid means of demonstrating his belief that the invasion was correct. His NOT saying invasion, however, provides no proof. This makes no sense. John Kerry did not support a unilateral invasion of Iraq. It is as simple as that. Spin it however you like, manipulate his words, try to demonize him, but the fact remains that Kerry has never and will never support unilateral invasion.

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