Sunday, October 31, 2004

What did Kerry know, and when did he know it?

Deborah at Pajama Journal points out this transcript of a Kerry interview by NBC.

Brokaw: This week you've been very critical of the president because of the missing explosives in Iraq. The fact is, senator, we still don't know what happened to those explosives. How many for sure that were there. Who might have gotten away with them? Is it unfair to the president, just as you believe he's been unfair to you, to blame him for that?

Kerry: No. It's not unfair. Because what we do know, from the commanders on the ground, is that they went there, as they marched to Baghdad. We even read stories today that they broke locks off of the doors, took photographs of materials in there. There were materials. And they left.

But John, you came out swinging at this on the day the story broke - the details you mention didn't come out until after that. So it was unfair at first, and then just sort of became fair? (Brokaw, you lightweight) Hold on - let me guess. These stories were seared -- seared -- into your memory in Cambodia, on Christmas eve of 1968. Well, I guess that explains everything.


Blogger Tom said...

And now we hear that Kerry polled on UBL's tape before deciding how to respond. The man has no position other than what it will take to get him elected.

10:51 PM  

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