John Kerry Thinks We Were Not at War on September 11, 2001 … Democrats Who Are Out of Touch with Reality
This may be one of the most absurd, yet typical comments from the Left regarding 9–11. John Kerry, the Democratic Senator from Massachusetts thinks that America was not at was on September 11, 2001. How naive and clueless could anybody possible be? And John Kerry think McCain is out of touch? Can you say terror denial? A note to Democrats, one of the first steps in denial is to admit there is a problem. At peace!!! I guess al Qaeda did not get the memo Senator Kerry.
Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.) believes that on September 11 “we were basically at peace.”
Asked to clarify his remarks, specifically asking about the attacks on the U.S.S. Cole during Barack Obama campaign conference call, Kerry said, “well, we hadn’t declared war,” The Hill’s Sam Youngman reports.
Asked if al Qaeda was a threat at the time, the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee said, “well yes, obviously they were a threat. But, fundamentally we were not at war at that point in time.”
Kerry also called John McCain “out of step with history and facts.”
To all those misguided people that think that America was at peace on September 11, 2001 … check out the reality. The next President and Commander and Chief better have a full and complete understanding of our enemy and the dangers that America faces on a daily basis.
As Hot Air states, Kerry’s comments regarding his clueless belief that America was at peace is just Reason #117 that we can all thank our lucky stars that he was not elected in 2004.