This just in from Confederate Yankee:
Kerry's "Apology" Was All-Too Insincere
John Kerry's arrogance knows no bounds.
John Kerry has a 35-year history of slandering American soldiers, and when he disparaged the intelligence of the American military earlier this week, he deserved no benefit of the doubt. He'd referred to them as murderers, rapists, and terrorists too many times before.
When he swore he would "apologize to no one" for the comments assaulting their intelligence, he obviously meant it.
Now several days later and a "I'm sorry you aren't smart enough to understand what I meant to say" non-apology, he still has enough arrogance and contempt for the American soldier to feature on his page the headline, "Kerry's Remark: Right either way."
As Bryan notes:
Because even though he has �apologized� several times and in disingenuous ways, at heart he [Kerry] meant what he said. When he finds someone who supports his smear, he links right to them to justify himself. Someone who truly meant to apologize for a remark he doesn�t believe wouldn�t do that.
John Kerry is not the least bit sorry for slandering America's heroes.
He wasn't sorry in 1972, and he's certainly not sorry now.