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Volume VI, Issue # 215, October 6, 2004
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By Christopher G. Adamo

FULL STORY:   Among the most amazing and ominous of John Kerry’s statements during the September 30 presidential debate was his assertion that America should sell nuclear fuel to Iran, in hopes that by so doing, that nation’s despotic leadership might decide not to develop nuclear weaponry. Even more amazing is the fact that nearly a full week has passed since the debate, but Kerry has yet to backpedal or claim that he was “taken out of context.”

It is reasonable to conclude that Kerry truly believes such insanity to be good policy, despite the harsh lessons that should have been learned from Bill Clinton and Jimmy Carter’s nearly identical agreement with North Korea in 1994. To the apparent astonishment of Clinton and Carter, North Korea now brandishes its nuclear capability as a threat against not only its neighbors, but also the U.S.A.

So, it should come as no surprise that the militant Islamists who control Iran prefer John Kerry to George Bush as U.S. President. Though seemingly less ominous in the minds of most Americans these days, culturally and politically, this is the same Iran where, twenty-five years ago, the U.S. Embassy was overtaken, and its staff held hostage for over a year.

This is the same Iran that supports Hezbollah and other murderous Islamic terrorist organizations throughout the world. And this is the same Iran from which a steady flow of militant insurgents is streaming into Iraq, with the ultimate goal of defeating American efforts to subdue al-Qa'ida and its terrorist associates.

Having made so much political hay over the fact that U.S. forces have not happened across any cache of nuclear bombs in Iraq, Kerry apparently intends to ensure that, someday soon, they will be readily available next door in Iran.

Clearly, Kerry’s supporters among the Iranians do not have America’s best interests in mind. But what of the other “constituencies,” both inside and outside of this nation’s borders, that lend their loyalty to him?

The leadership of the United Nations, to whom Kerry would readily “outsource” America’s security interests, clearly prefers his meandering ways to the decisiveness and resolve of George W. Bush. The corrupt, under-the-table dealings of the “Oil for Food” program, by which Secretary General Kofi Annan and others padded their pockets while enriching and enabling Saddam Hussein, serve as an inarguable harbinger of what the world can expect if a “President Kerry” assumes ultimate control of America’s dealings with the United Nations.

Surely, such a scenario presents a far more rosy future for United Nations, though not so for the world's oppressed peoples whom that international organization was ostensibly instituted to protect.

Islamic constituency groups in this country, having frequently displayed divided loyalties when addressing the subject of terrorist attacks on the American homeland, are predictably gravitating towards the Kerry camp. All the while, they assert that Kerry is more sympathetic to their “plight” than a president who wants to seriously confront the threat of terrorism on American soil and abroad.

Foreign governments, resentful of American hegemony on the world scene and seeking to undermine it, have indicated their hopes for a Kerry victory in the November, 2004, presidential election. North Korea has already endorsed Kerry's candidacy in a highly publicized statement last Spring.

Closer to home, Hollywood’s Leftists are unrestrained in their enthusiasm and support for Kerry. Invariably, they concur with the Massachusetts Senator’s moral bankruptcy, as demonstrated by his opposition to even the mildest protections for the unborn, and his willingness to abominate the very concept of traditional marriage. Clearly, his twisted ideology proves to be far more palatable to them than the moral clarity of President Bush.

Sadly, within the cloistered walls of academia and throughout America’s counterculture, that same perverse view of the world predominates, with its advocates totally unwilling to be dissuaded by the realities of cause and effect.

Of course this list wouldn’t be complete without a mention of the “mainstream media,” which, despite its nearly complete loss of credibility in the wake of the CBS forged-document controversy, continues as a virtual “mouthpiece” for the Kerry campaign.

Some Bush supporters were disappointed last week that President Bush did not engage in the flamboyance and showmanship of socalled modern “debate.” Instead of engaging in such exhibitionism and demagoguery, the President chose to remain quietly firm and steadfast in his convictions. This is certainly not a good reason to vote against Bush and for Kerry in the coming presidential election.

Any genuinely loyal and patriotic American voters who might be entertaining the idea that a Kerry presidency would be the desirable outcome of the 2004 presidential election should ponder how the American nation and the entire world would fare if the Liberal Leftist, Statist, Socialist, untra-internationalist, anti-American, pro-Islamist, nihilist, and morally depraved groups and forces supporting Kerry win the election for him and thereby gain the opportunity to remake to their liking the American nation, the American political system, and American foreign and domestic policy. No less of a possibility is at stake.

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Christopher G. Adamo is a freelance writer who lives in southeastern Wyoming and works in the field of industrial instrumentation. He is actively involved in Wyoming's political process, serving as a delegate to successive Wyoming State Republican Conventions and as a member of the Wyoming State Republican Central Committee. He has assisted Republican candidates for local and state legislatures and for the United States Congress. His articles, which appear regularly in The Progressive Conservative, U.S.A., and on a number of other websites, reflect a major concern with the damage being done to Conservatism and Conservative causes by the Liberal Leftist faction in the Republican Party as well as by the much larger and more powerful Liberal Leftist faction in the Democratic Party. During the early and middle 1990s, Adamo was Editor of the Wyoming Christian Coalition's official news organ, The Wyoming Christian. Adamo maintains his own Internet website, which is located at

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Africa: Black Africa * Africa: North Africa * American Government 1
American Government 2 * American Government 3 * American Government 4
American Government 5 * American Politics * Anglosphere * Arabs
Arms Control & WMD * Aztlan Separatists * Big Government
Black Africa * Bureaucracy * Canada * China * Civil Liberties * Communism
Congress, U.S. * Conservative Groups * Conservative vs. Liberal
Constitutional Law Counterterrorism * Criminal Justice * Disloyalty * Economy
Education * Elections, U.S. * Eminent Domain * Energy & Environment
English-Speaking World * Ethnicity & Race * Europe * Europe: Jews
Family Values * Far East * Fiscal Policy, U.S. * Foreign Aid, U.S. * France
Hispanic Separatism * Hispanic Treason * Human Health * Immigration
Infrastructure, U.S. * Intelligence, U.S. * Iran * Iraq * Islamic North Africa
Islamic Threat * Islamism * Israeli vs. Arabs * Jews & Anti-Semitism
Jihad & Jihadism * Jihad Manifesto I * Jihad Manifesto II * Judges, U.S. Federal
Judicial Appointments * Judiciary, American * Latin America * Latino Separatism
Latino Treason * Lebanon * Leftists/Liberals * Legal Issues
Local Government, U.S. * Marriage & Family * Media Political Bias
Middle East: Arabs * Middle East: Iran * Middle East: Iraq * Middle East: Israel
Middle East: Lebanon * Middle East: Syria * Middle East: Tunisia
Middle East: Turkey * Militant Islam * Military Defense * Military Justice
Military Weaponry * Modern Welfare State * Morality & Decency
National Identity * National Security * Natural Resources * News Media Bias
North Africa * Patriot Act, USA * Patriotism * Political Culture * Political Ideologies
Political Parties * Political Philosophy * Politics, American * Presidency, U.S.
Private Property * Property Rights * Public Assistance * Radical Islam
Religion & America * Rogue States & WMD * Russia * Science & Ethics
Sedition & Treason * Senate, U.S. * Social Welfare Policy * South Africa
State Government, U.S. * Subsaharan Africa * Subversion * Syria * Terrorism 1
Terrorism 2 * Treason & Sedition * Tunisia * Turkey * Ukraine
UnAmerican Activity * UN & Its Agencies * USA Patriot Act * U.S. Foreign Aid
U.S. Infrastructure * U.S. Intelligence * U.S. Senate * War & Peace
Welfare Policy * WMD & Arms Control

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