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Democrats Vow to Meet America’s Enemies
In April, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton stated: “I would begin diplomatic discussions with those countries with whom we have differences, to try to figure out what is the depth of those differences.”
Bill Zachary, Chairman of W Ketchup, reacted: “In the past few months, failed presidential candidate John Kerry and Speaker Nancy Pelosi have both visited Syrian tyrant Bashar Al-Assad, possibly feloniously. Liberal American journalists Mike Wallace and Barbara Walters have met recently with Iranian President Ahmadinejad and Venezuela’s Hugo Chavez. At a time when there is proof that some of these countries are actively supporting the insurgency killing our troops, Americans must wonder whose side these Democrats are on.”
Barack Obama also stated that preventing a potential genocide in Iraq isn’t a good enough reason to keep U.S. forces deployed there. Failed candidate John Kerry supported Obama’s position stating: “We heard that argument over and over again about the bloodbath that would engulf the entire Southeast Asia [if the U.S. left Vietnam], and it didn’t happen.”
In 1973 the U.S. withdrew its troops from Vietnam, in 1974 the Democratic Congress withdrew military aid, and in 1975 South Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia fell to the Communists. One million Vietnamese were sent to “re-education camps,” nearly two million Cambodians were killed, and an additional million souls became refugees desperately fleeing the tyrannical Communist regimes.
Dan Oliver, CEO of W Ketchup, commented: “We’re not sure what the best strategy is in Iraq, but we do know that encouraging our enemies and abandoning our friends is not the way to success. The Democrats tried this strategy in 1975 and we got Jimmy Carter, Soviet expansionism, and the worst economy since the Great Depression. We’re confident that with America’s support, our brave soldiers will finish the job for which they have already sacrificed so much.”
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