Kerry Says U.S. Can Win War on Terrorism
Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry, seizing on President Bush's suggestion that victory in the war on terrorism might not be possible, declared Tuesday that "we can, we must and we will win the war on terror."
Kerry told about 1,000 people gathered at a late-night airport rally that he would fight a smarter, more effective war by bringing in help from allies who have been opposed to Bush's military leadership.
Kerry said he has not been watching the Republican National Convention on television this week, but he has been reading coverage of it in the newspaper.
"All they're talking about is the war on terror, which the president yesterday said he doesn't think we can win," Kerry said in his first campaign appearance since the beginning of the convention. "Well, ladies and gentlemen, let me tell you something: We can, we must and we will win the war on terror."
Tuesday, August 31
Kerry Has Landed
And 1,000 folks were there to greet him in Tennessee. Welcome back, John.
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 10:27 PM