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Kerry Unplugged

This is a good way to present a positive agenda for America...

Kerry challenges Bush on Iraq-9/11 connection

(CNN) -- Democratic presidential nominee Sen. John Kerry accused the Bush administration Sunday of falsely linking Iraq to the attacks of September 11, 2001, "in its desperate attempts to reinvent a rationale for the Iraq war."

Kerry made his charge in a statement released after Secretary of State Colin Powell said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that he has seen nothing to link Saddam Hussein's regime with the 9/11 attacks.

Then there's this...

Kerry Hints GOP May Suppress Black Votes

WASHINGTON (AP) - John Kerry suggested Saturday night that Republicans may try to keep black voters from casting their ballots to help President Bush win in November. "We are not going to stand by and allow another million African American votes to go uncounted in this election," the Democratic presidential nominee told the Congressional Black Caucus.

When exactly did Michael Moore become John Kerry's campaign manager?


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Comments (11)

- Well hell... you know Pau... (Below threshold)

- Well hell... you know Paul.. CNN feels like they're being left out of this liberal press suicide party...
What a bunch of unmitgated morons...

The good news is they've got less than two months left until this horse can be shot till next time around.....

Let's see if you can get th... (Below threshold)

Let's see if you can get this, John. Listen carefully.

Here's when Bush said there was a connection between Iraq and 9/11: never.

Keep the Campaign of Idiots rolling.

Evidently Kerry, once again... (Below threshold)
1750 heritage:

Evidently Kerry, once again didn't listen to the full story like the rest of us dull conservatives who listen before we speak. Open mouth insert foot should be the liberal motto.

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Didn't CNN think to ask Ker... (Below threshold)

Didn't CNN think to ask Kerry how the Republicans pulled off denying 1 million blacks access to the voting polls? Only a moron would buy that allegation. Ooops -- sorry, I forgot we're talking about journalists. The great attorney Vincent Bugliosi said a couple of years ago that the news media is "a group who can always be counted on to use a mininal amount of intelligence."

It was only a matter of tim... (Below threshold)
Thomas J. Jackson:

It was only a matter of time before Kerry tried out the race card. Maybe the fools that support him haven't the intellectual ability to think for themselves but most people realize the signs of desperation when they see such nonsense.

In case your wondering wher... (Below threshold)

In case your wondering where the cause of "the politics of hate" came from, check out Kerry's latest attack on the GOP. THIS IS HIS CAMPAIGN OVERALL & WHY THE DNC WANTS TO DISTRACT AMERICANS FROM THE REAL ISSUES WE FACE. This is as bogus as the forged documents against Bush are as well as the attacks against the NRA.
They forget GWB's ownership plan for Americans.

So if you want to know WHY we can't get to the real issues facing Americans, here's another glimpse. Bush has already stated his plan for America unlike the democrats who want to keep the status quo with all the divisiveness they can muster. Look who's on his side after all, those who have the most to lose...THE LAWYERS!

Kerry Hints GOP May Supress the Black Vote
Sep 12, 8:51 AM (ET)

WASHINGTON (AP) - John Kerry suggested Saturday night that Republicans may try to keep black voters from casting their ballots to help President Bush win in November. "We are not going to stand by and allow another million African American votes to go uncounted in this election," the Democratic presidential nominee told the Congressional Black Caucus.

"We are not going to stand by and allow acts of voter suppression, and we're hearing those things again in this election."

Kerry has a team of lawyers to examine possible voting problems to try to prevent a repeat of the 2000 election disputes. He also has said he has thousands of lawyers around the country prepared to monitor the polls on election day.

"What they did in Florida in 2000, some say they may be planning to do this year in battleground states all across this country," Kerry said. "Well, we are here to let them know that we will fight tooth and nail to make sure that this time, every vote is counted and every vote counts."


BTW, let's not forget the D... (Below threshold)

BTW, let's not forget the DNC with the help of lawyers & liberal judges mocking all Americans by allowing dead people to stay on the ballot, & judges supressing the vote in places like NJ (Torricelli, McGreevey et al.) WHERE ARE THE CHECKS & BALANCES? Yet they want Americans to believe that GWB's judicial picks are harmful??? DUH!

A prime example of how absolute power corrupts.


I can't help but post this ... (Below threshold)

I can't help but post this next tidbit on the DNC politics of hate. Talk about another distraction? Can you imagine if George Bush Senior acted like Al Gore? Another double standard that will backfire.

Monday September 13, 2:50 AM
Gore Unleashes Fury on Democrats' Behalf

Al Gore's stiff jokes are gone now, replaced by recount jokes. The cautious campaigner of 2000 is gone, too, replaced by a fire-breathing Bush basher.

When Gore delivered his latest-in-a-series slam at the Republicans last week, faulting Vice President Dick Cheney for "sleazy and despicable" criticism of the Democrats, a White House spokesman dismissively responded: "Consider the source."

Well, Gore used to be the vice president. And, as he likes to say, he used to be the next president of the United States. Now, he is Al Gore, private citizen _ unleashed.

Speaking with a freedom and passion less frequently seen in his own political campaigns, Gore is happily making speeches, raking in money and generally raising hell for John Kerry and the Democratic Party these days. In his spare time, he's also teaching at three universities and raising money for himself through various business ventures.

In recent weeks and months, as an uncensored voice for the Democratic cause, Gore has skewered President Bush's team for moral cowardice, the "lowest sort of politics imaginable," aligning itself with "digital brownshirts" who intimidate the press, and political tactics as craven as those of Richard Nixon. Just to cite a few examples.

It's red meat for loyal Democrats, to whom Gore is the embodiment of what is at stake on Nov. 2.
"There's a lot of emotion that's wrapped up in the outcome of 2000, which I think he can use constructively in 2004," says Democratic consultant Michael Feldman, a former Gore adviser.

Republicans, however, say Gore's passion on the campaign path has reached an unhealthy fever pitch that could do Democrats more harm than good.


Kerry is just worried he's ... (Below threshold)

Kerry is just worried he's going to lose the election, just like Gore did. And rightly so, because Bush is going to win again, and not because of a miscount!

Correct Blondie...not to me... (Below threshold)

Correct Blondie...not to mention that I'm sure many Americans ARE GRATEFUL that GWB was our president during 911.... miscount shmiscount.

Al gore reminds of a lunatic...part of the straightjacket crowd.

Another reason Bush will win.







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