Kerry: Our Allies are Illegitimate…

Kerry is yapping on with his “I will have an international coalition” (expletive) again. According to sources, there are 31 countries in Iraq at this time: Albania, Australia, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Dominican Rep, El Salvador, Estonia, Georgia, Honduras, Hungary, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, South Korea, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Mongolia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Thailand, United Kingdom, and Ukraine. Plus the USA.

But no France. No Germany. Bummer.

Kerry said Bush promised “to build a legitimate international coalition, to go to war as a last resort.” It appears “more and more evident … that they intended to go no matter what,” Kerry said. “The president broke his word. That’s why I say he misled America. … He went back on his word with respect to an issue that involves the lives of our young Americans.”

So, he is saying that all those countries are involved in an illegitimate war. I’m sure staunch allies Japan, Norway and the UK will enjoy that. As well as the other countries on that list.

And going to war as a last resort? Saddam had 14 months to comply with Resolution 1441, and both he and the UN blew it. And found out that, while the UN has no teeth, the US and its Coalition did (and still do).

Check the rest here On Iraq, ‘the president broke his word’, along with the poll that shows only 33% think that Kerry has a clue on Iraq.

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