January 29, 2007
America's Duke of Windsor
Disclaimer: I'm not questioning Sen. John Kerry's patriotism because he has none to question.
While presumably attending the World Economic Forum in Switzerland to promote his idea that marrying rich women is the answer to all economic woes, John Kerry sat on a panel with a former Iranian president and denounced Bush for not engaging Iran and labeled the United States as "a sort of international pariah."
Those of us who have followed this shameless golddigger's career aren't surprised to hear him inadvertently confirm the fact that he's a traitor. But for him to do so while seated with a leading Iranian Nazi is a new low for John Kerry.
By this act of treason, the Democrats' failed 2004 presidential candidate joins company with England's failed king, Edward VIII. After abdicating his throne in 1936, Edward was given the consolation prize of the newly created peerage title Duke of Windsor. Seeking to regain some of his former influence, the Duke not only befriended Adolf Hitler, he also actively opposed British efforts to stop the Fuhrer. In the midst of the British war against Germany, the Duke wrote a letter in 1941 to the editor of the American magazine Liberty in which he declared, "it would be a tragic thing if Hitler was overthrown."
So it's official. John Kerry, the American Duke of Windsor, is a traitor--just like his disgraced British role model. Even the photographic evidence confirms this: click here and here.
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