Kerry Iraq Documentary

"American should see this..." -- Fmr. NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani
"Awesome! Every American must see!" -- Gov. Mike Huckabee (R-AR)
"Powerful..." -- Kenneth Lovett, New York Post
"Devastating..." -- Morton Kondracke, Roll Call

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Rudy Giuliani, Former Mayor Of New York City: "Every American Should See This." "The tape that I saw before, which I urge Ed to show to every American because I think every American should see this ... On that tape John Kerry explains his vote against the 87 billion dollar appropriation. And these are John Kerry's words, I quote, and nothing could tell you more about him than this quote. He says, I quote, "I voted for the appropriation before I voted against it." Does that tell you everything you need to know about John Kerry's record in the United States Senate?" (Rudy Giuliani, Remarks At Republican Press Conference, Boston, MA, 7/29/04)

Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik: Kerry's Uncertainty Makes Video "Scary" And "Extremely Difficult To Watch." "Former NYPD Commissioner Bernard Kerik, in Boston to stump for President Bush, saw the 11-minute video yesterday and called it 'scary' and 'extremely difficult to watch.' 'This is a time when you don't need someone to sit in the White House and not be sure of [his] commitment,' Kerik said." (Kenneth Lovett, "Kerry Stars As 'Flipper' In GOP Tape," The New York Post, 7/29/04)

Sen. Norm Coleman (R-MN): "It's A Great Video. That's What Should Be Shown At [The DNC] Convention." (Sen. Norm Coleman, Remarks At Republican Press Conference, Boston, MA, 7/27/04)

Morton Kondracke, Roll Call: A "Devastating" Video. "In Boston, the Republican National Committee released a devastating video containing TV clips of Kerry sometimes making hawkish statements about the menace of Iraq and at other times - especially under primary pressure from Howard Dean - agreeing that he was 'anti-war.'" (Morton Kondracke, "Kerry Leads Bush On Domestic Vision, Not Foreign Policy," Roll Call, 8/2/04)

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