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A bold vision of the future

John Kerry was in New Hampshire this weekend, laying groundwork for a second failure -- er, attempt -- at the presidency. While campaigning for a Democratic state senator, Kerry spelled out his dynamic, controversial, inspiring positions. For example:

  • He's against lying.
  • He wants to capture Bin Laden.
  • He believes in obeying the law.
  • He is against incompetent bureaucrats.
  • He is in favor of more jobs for Americans.

Oh, and he's also in favor of socializing the hell out of our medical system.

But there's STILL no word on when he'll actually keep his promise and release his full military service records, as he promised Tim Russert on Meet The Press on April 18, 2004. But what's 2 years, really?


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Wow, it's always great to g... (Below threshold)

Wow, it's always great to get a fresh view of things! ;-)

Maybe he is trying for thre... (Below threshold)
Eneils Bailey:

Maybe he is trying for three political purple hearts. He is following his old Viet Nam script, shot himself in the ass the last time he ran for President.

If he's against incompetant... (Below threshold)

If he's against incompetant beaurocrats, does that mean he won't get his own endorsement?

Apparently there is a healt... (Below threshold)
Maggie:

Apparently there is a health crisis striking Democratic "has-beens" - it seems to affect their sense of reality. Although the source of the disease is unknown, Al Gore has had recurring bouts and remission seems unlikely.

The latest victim is Tom Daschle who was defeated in his last senatorial bid (IN HIS HOME STATE). However, he believes he can be elected President of the US.

Amazing, isn't it.

It would have been so much... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

It would have been so much easier if Kerry had not volunteered to serve overseas at the height of the Vietnam War and chose to serve in the Air National Guard instead. A path of even less censure would have been to get as many student deferrments as possible, because he had 'other priorities'. That would have been ticket; and the reality to escape public scrutiny of your war record.

That would have been tic... (Below threshold)

That would have been ticket; and the reality to escape public scrutiny of your war record.

Steve, if you think John Kerry is the only politician whose war record has been subjected to public scrutiny, you're nuts.

Other than being a liar - h... (Below threshold)
lakestate:

Other than being a liar - having no clue on how to capture Bin Laden - believing he's above the law - being the king of incompetent bureaucrats and being the front runner of stating the obvious...
John Kerry sure talks a good story.

To bad hes afraid that his war record may show us the true John Kerry.

I did not think Teresa was ... (Below threshold)
Eneils Bailey:

I did not think Teresa was going to give Kerry the permission to run for President again.
She does walk around with his money and his balls in her purse.

"But there's STILL no wo... (Below threshold)
DDT:

"But there's STILL no word on when he'll actually keep his promise and release his full military service records, as he promised Tim Russert on Meet The Press on April 18, 2004. But what's 2 years, really?"

Here they are.

Do you have contempt for your readers or are you too lazy to do any research? -or just that stupid?

But hey, protecting Texas and Alabama from the Vietcong sure gave your hero the expreience to handle a crisis, right?

Perhap,s Mr. HIENZ/KERRY wo... (Below threshold)
virgo:

Perhap,s Mr. HIENZ/KERRY would have been better off running to canada to avoid the scrutiny.. He,s going to fight the war on terrorism when he cant even have the guts to release his war memoirs from Cambodia?

DDT How was Kerry pr... (Below threshold)
virgo:

DDT How was Kerry protecting somebody in alabama or texas by cruising down the yellow river somewhere in the middle of nowhere? I dont recall any vietnamese flying planes into building or making videos with hostages!! also who started this war??hmmmm

DDT:That's not the... (Below threshold)
Starboard Attitude:

DDT:

That's not the full set.

Yeah, SAThat's some ... (Below threshold)
Eneils Bailey:

Yeah, SA
That's some of that Kerry nuance, I released my records to the Boston Globe. So I have released them to the public.
Unfortunately, as you stated, that's not the full set, from the Boston Globe.
Haven't you heard, most people release their records through the newspaper.

Eneils, it's *her* money an... (Below threshold)

Eneils, it's *her* money and his balls in her purse. ;-)

And yeah, he released some of his records but not all of them.

Personally, I think the only thing he's hiding is that Dubya has a higher IQ score than he has.

DDT,It seems you are... (Below threshold)
SCSIwuzzy:

DDT,
It seems you are the one with contempt for the readership, and a problem with comprehension. Your definintion of full dislosure differs from reality.
Crickmore,
Kerry tried to get state side service, and was denied. And when he asked to join the swift boats, they weren't running the rivers in hot zones, but were a coastal interdiction force. Stop trying to rewrite history.

Synova,And don't for... (Below threshold)
SCSIwuzzy:

Synova,
And don't forget the odd dating on his honorable discharge. I've always wondered what that was about.

Kerry wants to get into the... (Below threshold)

Kerry wants to get into the highest leadership position in the US, when he ran from a very low-level leadership position in the Navy after 3 months.

Where the hell could he run to if he got elected, and he suddenly decided he couldn't handle the responsibility? Canada?

J.

Now now, lets not go overbo... (Below threshold)

Now now, lets not go overboard.

It was four months.

I love Republicans knocking... (Below threshold)
knight:

I love Republicans knocking a basically insignificant John Kerry, while ignoring a far more pressing (and for the cons) more frightening prospect. (P.S. from a lib - HAHAHAHAHA).

From today's wire services - read on.....


Democrats enjoy lead

Those figures, along with weakened support for GOP handling of the battle against terrorism, have given Democrats a 16 percentage point lead over Republicans when registered voters are asked which party they will support in November. (Watch what the poll might mean at the polls -- 1:49)

Democrats drew the support of 55 percent of the registered voters questioned, while 39 percent said they would be voting Republican in the fall. That question had a sampling error of plus or minus 4.5 percentage points.

Republicans held a 4-point advantage over Democrats on dealing with terrorism, 45 to 41 percent. And despite increasing optimism about economic conditions, Democrats held a strong lead over the GOP, 53-38 percent, when asked which party would better manage the economy.

The latest poll found 51 percent of Americans believed the administration deliberately misled the public about whether Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, while 46 percent disagreed. That question had a sampling error of 4.5 percentage points as well.

Do you have contempt for yo... (Below threshold)
bobbi pin:

Do you have contempt for your readers or are you too lazy to do any research? -or just that stupid?
But hey, protecting Texas and Alabama from the Vietcong sure gave your hero the expreience to handle a crisis, right?
Posted by: DDT at March 13, 2006 10:42 AM

DDT:

Notice how none of these rebulitards address George Chickenhawk Bush's war record? Why? Because they can't.

You will be laughing at them on November 7th. The cons are quickly losing control, and the idiots on this website are way too stupid to realize it. They're the 34% who are dumb enough to still support Monkey Bush.




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