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"It's absurd. We've lost our minds"

John Kerry is lamenting the "know-nothingness" of those of us who oppose him politically:

With his party braced for defeats in the midterm elections, the 2004 Democratic presidential nominee told the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce that a Republican machine -- fueled by talk show hosts such as Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck -- has undermined progress and misled the public into believing Democrats created the country's current economic problems.

Kerry singled out attacks on an energy deal he was negotiating with Republicans, which fell apart amid criticism of an emissions-trading program. Some 20 Senate candidates are now opposing the proposed deal in their campaigns.

"It's absurd. We've lost our minds," said a clearly exasperated Kerry. "We're in a period of know-nothingism in the country, where truth and science and facts don't weigh in. It's all short-order, lowest common denominator, cheap-seat politics."


The Massachusetts Republican Party accused Kerry of displaying "astonishing arrogance by shifting blame for the failed policies jammed down our throats by his party."

Party Chairwoman Jennifer Nassour added in a statement: "Instead of listening to the concerns of voters upset about the reckless spending that has pushed our national debt to an all-time high; the failed stimulus that has not created jobs and the unpopular government takeover of our health care system that hurts our seniors, Senator Kerry chooses to insult the intelligence of Americans who believe that our country is headed down the wrong path."

The elite are running scared aren't they?  And no one better represents the elitists in this country than John F'ing Kerry.

I look forward to the tsunami that's about to hit these arrogant bastards.  Might they drown in their disdain, might they choke on their chutzpah, might they suffocate in their smugness, might they asphyxiate on their aloofness.

Thank God for the know-nothingness that's about to sweep these wandering dregs of political detritus away. 

It's too bad Kerry won't be amongst them... this time.


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"It's all short-order, l... (Below threshold)

"It's all short-order, lowest common denominator, cheap-seat politics."

At which point I assume he announced he was "reporting for duty!" and started rummaging around for Obama's leftover greek temple theatrical set while mocking Sarah Palin's children?

"It's absurd. We've lost ou... (Below threshold)

"It's absurd. We've lost our minds," said a clearly exasperated Kerry. "We're in a period of know-nothingism in the country, where truth and science and facts don't weigh in. It's all short-order, lowest common denominator, cheap-seat politics."

Well, Mr. Kerry, you've described the Democrats perfectly. That's why we're trying to oust them...

"First they ignore you, the... (Below threshold)
Pretzel Logic:

"First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win." -- Mahatma Gandhi

Poor John. When he runs fo... (Below threshold)

Poor John. When he runs for re-election, he won't have Splash running interference for him.

At least John can be considered "patriotic" now that he's paying Taxachuettes taxes on his yacht rather than keeping it in tax friendly Rhode Island.

Kerry is scared.Th... (Below threshold)
jim m:

Kerry is scared.

There are two separate propositions on the MA ballot that reduce sales taxes. The most severe would cut the state sales tax in half. People are sick and tired of the rampant taxation and the greed and incompetency of their elected officials.

Even here some congressmen chose to retire rather than face the electorate. Kerry knows that he's an empty suit and that people are looking to Scott Brown for leadership before they think of him. He's still the junior senator in many peoples minds. His next campaign will be very tough to win. The frequency of negative comments about the elite political class is rather surprising for a state that has traditionally prided itself on its elitism.

Doug Powers of michellemalk... (Below threshold)
LeBron Steinman:

Doug Powers of michellemalkin.com came up with the perfect name for Kerry: 'Thurston Heinz III.'

Kerry prefers "mature" info... (Below threshold)

Kerry prefers "mature" informed voters, like Lauren Valle.

And if Kerry is so damn smart, let's see him go out in the real world and make some money, instead of marrying into it.

"Say what, John? Say what, ... (Below threshold)

"Say what, John? Say what, John?
Come again, say what?"
-- Eric Idle

Must be his liberal gene ac... (Below threshold)

Must be his liberal gene acting up again.

I contend that the problem ... (Below threshold)

I contend that the problem is the opposite of Kerry's diagnosis, people are paying attention and don't like what they see one bit. They are worried about the spending and they are sick of the entrenched political class that constantly looks down it's nose at them. John Kerry is the perfect example of that entrenched class. If he has an argument for the continuation of the policies of the past 2 to 4 years he should make it, instead he calls voters stupid and uninformed.

After the November 2006 mid... (Below threshold)

After the November 2006 midterm elections the Democrats took control of the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate. Here are some stats for how well the economy fared after 4 years of control of the Legislative Branch of the U.S. Government by the Democratic Party.

Unemployment (U3):
2006 - 4.4%
2010 - 9.6%

Underemployment (U6):
2006 - 8.2%
2010 - 17.4%

National Debt:
2006 - $ 8.4 Trillion
2010 - $13.4 Trillion

2006 - $ 296 Billion
2010 - $1300 Billion

"It's absurd. We've lost ou... (Below threshold)

"It's absurd. We've lost our minds," said a clearly exasperated Kerry. "We're in a period of know-nothingism in the country"

Nice of the pompous fool to admit it.

I might not know nuthin' - ... (Below threshold)

I might not know nuthin' - but I know where Kerry parks his boat.

John Kerry would not know T... (Below threshold)

John Kerry would not know Truth or Science if it smacked him in the face (as it is doing now).

Lurch has been successful at only marrying well and spending money earned by other husbands and taxpayers.

OK, I'll go with the flow a... (Below threshold)

OK, I'll go with the flow and agree that Kerry is a pompous ass.

There's certainly no "truth... (Below threshold)
John S:

There's certainly no "truth and science and facts" behind his energy bill. All the Dems want to do is create another commodity (carbon credits) that the elite can speculate on Wall Street, using free Fed money, while the rest of us get fucked with $2,000 month electric bills. Kerry, who never has held an actual job, seems determined to destroy what little of the economy is left for the rest of us.

I just don't get Kerry, Oba... (Below threshold)

I just don't get Kerry, Obama and others on the left so readily insulting their constituents.

Do they really think calling them stupid will change their minds?

They need to join Couric on the road and meet what Katie calls the "great unwashed middle of the country".

"It's absurd. W... (Below threshold)
"It's absurd. We've lost our minds"
What you mean "we," French-looking man?
"Thurston Heinz III" LOLOLO... (Below threshold)

"Thurston Heinz III" LOLOLOL

This guy is such an insufferable ass.

"It's absurd. We've lost ou... (Below threshold)

"It's absurd. We've lost our minds," said a clearly exasperated Kerry. "We're in a period of know-nothingism in the country, where truth and science and facts don't weigh in. It's all short-order, lowest common denominator, cheap-seat politics."

Once again Kerry gives a perfect explanation of how he is in office.

"while the rest of us get f... (Below threshold)
jim m:

"while the rest of us get fucked with $2,000 month electric bills."

In the Northeast where most of the heating is done with oil, they like to jack up your rates and then come to the rescue with free oil from their friend, that great humanitarian Hugo Chavez. Makes me sick to see these sleazy dem pols learing at the TV camaras, extolling the saintly Chavez and how wonderful he is and how evil our system of government is.

"Thurston Heinz III"<... (Below threshold)

"Thurston Heinz III"

Mr. Magoo is rolling over in his grave.

"It's absurd. We've lost our minds"

I would surmise Mr. FRENCH meant "It's absurd. Oui've lost our minds."

jim m, and don't forget goo... (Below threshold)

jim m, and don't forget good ol' Joe Kennedy who works for a 'non-profit' that supplies all of Hugo's oil. Just forget the part where Joey collects a cool 1/2 million a year in salary.

Kerry: Gotta get me one of ... (Below threshold)

Kerry: Gotta get me one of them huntin licenses.

"We're in a period of know-... (Below threshold)
retired military:

"We're in a period of know-nothingism in the country, where truth and science and facts don't weigh in. It's all short-order, lowest common denominator, cheap-seat politics."


We know John, we know. That is why Nov 2 cant get here quick enough.

Sure, Kerry is arrogant, an... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

Sure, Kerry is arrogant, and the Obama administration were just as arrogant and badly blundered on the proposed Senate climate change bill, but at the same time, Kerry, Lieberman and co-sponsor, ex moderate, Republican Senator, Lindsay Graham were dealing with a hostile, suspicious, unenlightened public, aided and abetted by the Tea party, and the usual suspect pundits. The Newyorker article, 'As the World Burns' spells out in detail, the ultimate failure of the Senate negotiations and bill.

But, back in Washington, Graham warned Lieberman and Kerry that they needed to get as far as they could in negotiating the bill "before Fox News got wind of the fact that this was a serious process," one of the people involved in the negotiations said. "He would say, 'The second they focus on us, it's gonna be all cap-and-tax all the time, and it's gonna become just a disaster for me on the airwaves. ..

On April 17th, two days after the Fox story, an activist named William Gheen, speaking at a Tea Party event in Greenville, South Carolina, told the crowd, "I'm a tolerant person. I don't care about your private life, Lindsey, but as our U.S. senator I need to figure out why you're trying to sell out your own countrymen, and I need to make sure you being gay isn't it." The question, with its false assertion that Graham is gay, turned into a viral video on the Web. Then Newt Gingrich's group, American Solutions, whose largest donors include coal and electric-utility interests, began targeting Graham with a flurry of online articles about the "Kerry-Graham-Lieberman gas tax bill." That week, the group launched a campaign in South Carolina urging conservatives to call Graham's office "and ask him not to introduce new gas taxes. (it wasn't really, it was a modified fee, and not his idea)"

I honestly can't take credi... (Below threshold)

I honestly can't take credit for this but a commenter over at Ace dubbed him "Thurston Heinz III." That pretty much sums him up.

Jeapordy Answer:<bloc... (Below threshold)

Jeapordy Answer:

Who cares!


What is the appropriate response to Senator Kerry's attempt at intimidation when he asks "Do you know who I am?"
^ Should read 'Jeopardy'</p... (Below threshold)

^ Should read 'Jeopardy'

Yeah Stevie; "...were deali... (Below threshold)

Yeah Stevie; "...were dealing with a hostile, suspicious, unenlightened public...."

That doesn't want to see energy prices go through the roof for no other reason that to give that money to people like Al Gore.

Tell ya what Stevie. I've got several trees in my backyard. I'll absolve you of all your 'carbon sins'. Just send me $2k and I'll designate those trees as "yours". Even print up a fancy certificate show you can show all your liberal friends.

Notice that this wasn't fil... (Below threshold)

Notice that this wasn't filed under "Asshats", but rather "John Kerry" which reaches a much deeper level.

Poor Thurston, he already p... (Below threshold)

Poor Thurston, he already pines for the days when ruling elites like himself were adored by a complacent populace. If he is so fed up with the country why doesn't he just resign so he can spend more time sailing with Lovey

I enjoy how liberal elites,... (Below threshold)
jim m:

I enjoy how liberal elites, who have never worked a single day in their lives think that they can prescribe for everyone else the perfect way to live their lives. The best part is how they are so astonished that we resent their arrogant meddling and how they are surprised that we get angry when they call our objections 'ignorant'.

The ignorance is all on their side. They know nothing of what they speak of having never had to actually earn a living themselves.

We actually know plenty joh... (Below threshold)

We actually know plenty john. Like for instance, you are an idiot.

Sure, Kerry is arrogant,... (Below threshold)
Jay Guevara:

Sure, Kerry is arrogant, and the Obama administration were just as arrogant and badly blundered on the proposed Senate climate change bill, but at the same time, Kerry, Lieberman and co-sponsor, ex moderate, Republican Senator, Lindsay Graham were dealing with a hostile, suspicious, unenlightened public, aided and abetted by the Tea party, and the usual suspect pundits.

Not to mention the unmistakable evidence of blatant scientific fraud unequivocally proven by the East Anglia emails.

If one of my chem grad students had done anything like that (cherry picking data, erasing data that didn't fit his hypothesis, massaging data like Kobe beef) I'd have fired him on the spot. Word.

Global warming/global cooling/"climate change" (way to hedge your bets) is crap. Pure, unadulterated crap.

And here I thought I'd just... (Below threshold)
Upset Old Guy:

And here I thought I'd just read a bit and not post any comments. But, how can we ignore this: "it wasn't really (a tax), it was a modified fee." Steve Crickmore

Please, a government imposed fee isn't just another tax? Surely you don't really believe that?

Just like the <a href="http... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

Just like the individual health care mandates, which was a Republican idea long before it Hillary's campaign policy (and not a particularly good one, in my estimation) so it was with cap-n-trade in the past. NEGOTIATING WITH THOSE WHO OPPOSE THEIR OWN PRINCIPLES.

And I'm not talking about the distant past -- the official position of the McCain/Palin Republican presidential ticket, not even two years ago, was to support cap-and-trade. Not just in theory, either. The official campaign website in 2008 told Americans that John McCain and Sarah Palin "will establish ... a cap-and-trade system that would reduce greenhouse gas emissions." McCain/Palin's official position added, "A cap-and-trade system harnesses human ingenuity in the pursuit of alternatives to carbon-based fuels."

Now cap-and-trade is considered a besotted socialist or communist policy by the Sarah Palins and John McCains of the GOP who trumpeted it loudly two years ago. I guess "they were for it before they were against it" or more accurately when Obama and the moderates were for it. Hey these are politicians first and foremost, after all. Soon as they get a whiff of what they think the public supports...they are opportunists after all.

And the small tempest in tea cup in Colchester, has no bearing on global climate change in the last few decades. A small proportion (hopefully small) of all scientists cheat on all sides to advance their arguments.

Upset Old Guy, that is what... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

Upset Old Guy, that is what the oil companies hoped it would be construued as, but of course it was 'poison' when it was leaked, by some idiot at the White House (it seems) even as the idea of fee/ or tax had been rejected earlier.

In early April, according to two K.G.L. aides, someone at the Congressional Budget Office told Kerry that its economists, when analyzing the bill, would describe the linked fee as a tax. After learning that, the three senators met with lobbyists for the big oil firms, and Kerry offered a new proposal: the refiners would have to buy permits, but the government would sell them at a stable price outside the regular trading system. This arrangement would make no economic difference to consumers: the oil companies would pass the costs on to drivers whether they paid a linked fee or bought special permits. But Kerry thought that the phraseology could determine whether the bill survived or died. The refiners surprised everyone by readily agreeing to the new terms. The linked fee was dead, and so, it seemed, was the threat of Kerry, Graham, and Lieberman's bill being brought down by opponents attacking it as a gas tax.

Two days later, on April 15th, Emanuel and Browner hosted a group of prominent environmentalists at the White House for an 11 A.M. meeting. For weeks, the linked fee had been a hot topic among Washington climate-change geeks. Now the two groups that hated the policy the most were in the same room. According to people at the meeting, the White House aides and some of the environmentalists, including Carl Pope, the chairman of the Sierra Club, expressed their contempt for the linked fee: even if it was a fine idea on the merits, it was political poison. The White House aides and the environmentalists either didn't know that the fee had been dropped from the bill or didn't think the change was significant....

The report, by Major Garrett, then the Fox News White House correspondent, cited "senior administration sources" and said that the "Obama White House opposes a move in the Senate, led by South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham, to raise federal gasoline taxes within still-developing legislation to reduce green house gas emissions." Including two updates to his original story, Garrett used the word "tax" thirty-four times.

End of cap and trade, so we continue to play russian roulette with carbon emissions.

Steve,I don't thin... (Below threshold)
jim m:


I don't think you will find anyone here defending John McCain as a bastian of conservatism. If you bother to reference the McCain feingold act I believe you will see that he has for many years been considered more than a little suspect by the right and has not infrequently offered statist solutions to problems that do not exist.

I'll say it again-... (Below threshold)

I'll say it again--one of my life's goals is to live long enough to piss on Kerry's grave.

Hell. I'd even stand in line.

A VERY pissed Vietnam vet.

jim m, you are contemptous ... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

jim m, you are contemptous of the stances of Obama, Kerry, McCain on carbon emissions, but how about George W. Bush. These are the last four Presidential candidates

President Bush favored cap and trade, one of this former speechwriters claims in a new book.

In fact, Matt Latimer writes in "Speechless," the President actually ENDORSED the policy in a speech, but no one in the press could figure out what he meant.

That is the perfect policy statement on the controversial issue of how to decrease carbon emissions, unless you want them to continue going up which wouldn't surprise me? Being incapable of articulating a position becomes instantly credible. That is what Kerry means by the popularity of the know-nothingness in American politics which lends itself to doing nothing.

The tea party reminds me of a Marlon Brando character, Johnny.

Girl: "What're you rebelling against, Johnny?"

Johnny: "Whaddya got?" -- Johnny Strabler, The Wild One (1953)

Imagine these guys and gals governing? My daughter's favorite word is 'no', but she is only 13.

"Imagine these guys and gal... (Below threshold)

"Imagine these guys and gals governing? My daughter's favorite word is 'no', but she is only 13."

What we got governing now is a bunch of nothing, so I see your point.

Seems us "know nothings" c... (Below threshold)

Seems us "know nothings" caught you parking that yacht in Rhode Island thus trying to steal $500,000 from your beloved state of Mass....


So Steve are you suggesting... (Below threshold)

So Steve are you suggesting just because some speechwriter for Bush says he thinks cap and tax is a good idea we should fall in line and go along? I think you'll not find too many ready to make that leap here. If your friends in the global warming/cooling blah blah blah hadn't screwed the pouch it might have happened, too bad they got caught cooking the books now it's dead as it should be.

Early to bed, sometimes lat... (Below threshold)
Upset Old Guy:

Early to bed, sometimes late to rise: the lifestyle of UOG.

Steve - during the Regan years the idea of a market-base solution (emissions credits trading) to acid rain was advanced. It was introduced to the scorn and cat-calls of the MSM and Democrats, I might add.

But when the (supposed) market-based solution to global warming is called Cap & Trade and the person who championed it during the last presidential election cycle said something about, "you can build a coal-powered plant, but under MY Cap and Trade plan you'll go broke," that's not really a MARKET-BASED solution, is it?

No, it isn't. It's preview for an authoritarian administration with it boot on the neck of free enterprise, demanding to be in the position of selecting winners and losers. All that while at the same time finding itself a massive new source of (tax) revenue.

Upset old guy, this is the ... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

Upset old guy, this is the political philosophical difference between liberals and conservatives. The government has to be in position to shape winneres and losers, the environmental consequences of free enterprise, the health costs and climate change costs aren't free, they are very expensive.

Anyway, through political tinkerings like the oil depeletion allowance, sweetheart deals with defense contractors, heavy agricultural farm subdies, the federal government is already backing certain powerful industries who given them enormous political contributions, by tilting the market playing field in favor of them, why not favor some small green industries as well? Why is this so anathema to conservatives?

The GOP is forcing the administration to punt on climate change and carbon emisisons but the day of reckoning will come soon.

And Sharron Angle seems to ... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

And Sharron Angle seems to be one of the poster children for the new tea party, heir of the Know-Nothing party , which was a nativist American political movement of the 1840s and 1850s. When a member was asked about its activities, he was supposed to reply, "I know nothing."

Sharon Angle, see video, on her national security and foreign policy views: "Well certainly, and I'll answer those questions when I am senator."

and in a followup, as to how she would prosecute the two wars that we are in?
Sharron Angle: (in response, in her most detailed foreign policy statement): "The two wars that we are in are exactly what we are in."

Steve - In short form your ... (Below threshold)
Upset Old Guy:

Steve - In short form your #44 is: this is what we've done in the past, why would we change?

Answer: because some of that stuff interferes with the ability of a free market economy to fulfill the needs of the public.

When I was in grade school (in the lower grades) every week we received a copy of My Weekly Reader. I remember the stories about how we were going to run out of oil within 10 years. Why do I remember them? Because even by the third grade I knew that driving a car was going to be one of the joys of my life. So I added 10 years to my current age and thought, "I might never get a license or drive a car."

I also remember various warning of the coming Ice Age, Nuclear Winter, polar melting, and a variety of warnings about our coming extinction.

Politicians have no special skills or knowledge other than as pertains to getting elected. They, and the bureaucrats who work with them (notice I didn't say With Them) are totally incapable of running a "planned economy" that works.

I'll go back and say it another way: it is not governments place to choose the winners and losers. When government does make those choices, at the minimum it interferes with the free markets ability to be efficient. At the worst it totally destroys the free market's ability to even provide the basics of subsistence.

John why such a long face?... (Below threshold)

John why such a long face?

Steve politicans say stupid... (Below threshold)

Steve politicans say stupid stuff all the time, do you think Biden or Pelosi or Reid are any smarter than Angle? I mean Pelosi doesn't know what's in the healthcare bill she forced through congress. So sure Angle maybe didn't answer a question too well, but look around the political class is full of people who can't answer questions. Obama himself when asked why he would raise capital gains tax when it's been shown to reduce revenues said it's a question of fundamental fairness, what the heck does that mean? To me they get worse the longer they are in Washington so I'll take a whole new set of idiots over the set that's sitting there now.

Old guy, a classic free mar... (Below threshold)
Steve Crickmore:

Old guy, a classic free market nowadays means everything gets made in a country hey at wages of less than 10 dollars a day,China.. almost the sole surviving communist country? How is that working out? I think you have to protect the lifestyle/ environment/ agricultural land + subsidies payments in addition 'to the invisible hand' of the market.

I'm secretly hoping for Angle to win over the pompous Reid. We might as well see what the Tea party is made of in 2010, rather than 2012 when Palin takes a run at the Presidency. At least, we will finally find out what Engle's foreign policies are other than her intimdated position that the USA should withdraw from the UN. I am afraid my reaction will be one of schadenfreude, but at least, we can then have a new ( majority leader (D) presumably and seeing Pelosi relegated to either a minority or back bench position is a silver lining. Of all the Dem leaders I like Obama, the most. I can't understand the visceral hatred to him. Think what Hillary would be like in this position of losing popuarity and the House, or Biden, or Edwards, they would be insufferable.

Of all the Dem leaders I... (Below threshold)

Of all the Dem leaders I like Obama, the most. I can't understand the visceral hatred to him.

Seriously? You can't understand?

How about his intransigence during the health care debate, when he signed a bill that the majority of the people of this country were against. How about his quadrupling of Bush's worst deficits, after attacking McCain for supporting that same spending? How about his promises for openness and transparency, promises that proved to be just so many words?

Or perhaps his petulant attitude when someone DARES to question him? His inability to act like a president, rather than a politician? How about his unwillingness to defend the United States in speeches? I could go on, and on, and on.

Any of this ringing a bell, Steve?

Here's what I wrote back in 2008, when I'd already had my fill of him:

"I've had it with this asshole. I've had it with this elitist attitude he cops, his associations with all manner of disturbing communists, '60s radicals, and race-baiters. I've had it with his naive ideas about foreign policy, I've had it with his ridiculous economic schemes, I've had it with the constant drumbeat of class warfare. I've had it with his Chicago machine-politics tactics, the lack of courage in his voting record, his lack of accomplishment in any of the offices he's held thus far. I've had it with the fact that he only runs for an office in order to use it as a stepping stone for a higher one, I've had it with his empty slogans. I've had it with his cult-like followers, the Stalinist imagery of his posters, and the boot licking media."

I knew he was going to be a bad president. I was figuring Jimmy Carter. I had no idea. He's been far worse than I could have even imagined. Carter was a model of competence next to Obama.

Do you understand now?

The sad part, Otto, is that... (Below threshold)

The sad part, Otto, is that you have to actually explain it to Crickmore. I don't think he sees anything wrong in anything you've described. It's all normal to him, I think.

Kerry should stop polluting... (Below threshold)
Ellie Light:

Kerry should stop polluting the atmosphere and get back to claiming what a hero he was and showing us three purple hearts he won for those terrible wounds he received in Vietnam.

Why he was hit so horribly he never spent a day in hospital but he did lose his mind. Guess this explains why he can't remember he threw someone else's medals over the White House fence and why he forgot where he parket his little boat.

I hope to piss on KERRY'S GRAVE.

He is correct in this respe... (Below threshold)

He is correct in this respect the last 3-4 generations are not being taught the right things. Teach our students to read, Math, Science, good Literature, sentence structure, perhaps a vocation. We've had enough of elevating unworthies to undeserved status while ignoring those who really built this country. A good portion of our so called teachers ought to be ashamed of their efforts to denigrate this country at every turn while extolling despotic governments.

.... It's too bad Kerry won... (Below threshold)

.... It's too bad Kerry won't be amongst them. This time ....

Sometimes a long prison term is a more painful punishment than is a summary execution. May second generation traitor and second runner-up World's Most Dangerous Dullard, John Julia Stimson Maria Teresa Thierstein Simões-Ferreira Kohn-Thorne-Heinz "Kerry" enjoy his wait for his turn in the tumbril.

I know I will.

I can scarcely believe I've... (Below threshold)

I can scarcely believe I've accepted this, but I now believe the country is better run by incompetent people than by evil people. The incompetent can be trained more easily than the evil can be reformed.

Maybe he was confused and t... (Below threshold)

Maybe he was confused and thought he was filming an episode of 2 1/2 men.
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