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Sunday, October 31, 2004

Make up your mind, Senator 

NYT, October 28th:

In an interview with WISM in Milwaukee, Mr. Kerry also took the opportunity to suggest that Mr. bin Laden remained on the loose because of the Bush administration had bungled the campaign against terrorism.

"He didn't choose to use American forces to hunt down Osama bin Laden," Mr. Kerry said, referring to efforts to catch Mr. bin Laden in the mountainous Afghanistan-Pakistan border region. "He outsourced the job" to Afghan fighters.
John Kerry at the Democratric National Convention:

I know what we have to do in Iraq. We need a President who has the credibility to bring our allies to our side and share the burden, reduce the cost to American taxpayers, and reduce the risk to American soldiers.
So... depending on where American troops are fighting, having allies fighting alongside us is either:

A) Outsourcing that cost us Osama bin Laden in Afghanistan, or

B) "Shar[ing] the burden... and reduc[ing] the risk to American soldiers", which is the proper way to fight.

If you're in Iraq, share the burden. But not in Afghanistan. That one's a fight we shouldn't "outsource."

You're confusing me. What is your real stand, Mr. Kerry? Do you have one?
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