"Incredibly, he now believes our national security would be stronger with Saddam Hussein in power and not in prison," Bush said. "He's saying he prefers the stability of a dictatorship to the hope and security of democracy.Listen carefully, you wuss wingnut faux tough-guy - how can Kerry appropriate your plan for post-war Iraq when you never HAD a friggin' plan for post-war Iraq? And let's not kid ourselves - Kerry has a much better shot at assembling a coalition of allies than you ever, EVER will.
"I couldn't disagree more, and not so long ago, so did my opponent," Bush told an audience of supporters. Bush quoted Kerry as saying recently, "Those who believe we are not safer with his capture don't have the judgment to be president or the credibility to be elected president."
Bush also charged that Kerry had appropriated his administration's plan for postwar Iraq.
"Forty-three days before the election, my opponent has now settled on a proposal for what to do next, and it's exactly what we're currently doing," the president said.
Now shut your pie hole and crawl back to Crawford like a good little jackass.