Sunday, November 05, 2006

The John Kerry Two-Step

A botched joke, that’s what John Kerry and the liberal media would have you believe, but it couldn’t be further from the truth on all accounts.

“You know, education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don’t, you get stuck in Iraq.”

These are the statements of a former aspiring Presidential nominee, there is no reference in these statements that would lead anyone to think or believe that they were directed towards President Bush, he emphasized education in that sentence since he was in fact talking to college students.

If John Kerry was a stand up type of guy, he would have apologized right away to avoid any negative attention and to reassure all the Americans serving their country that he was behind them 100%.

This is not the action John Kerry took of course, he lashed out at anyone who dared criticized him, “I’m sick and tired of a bunch of despicable Republicans who will not debate real policy, who won’t take responsibility for their own mistakes, standing up and trying to make other people the butt of those mistakes,” he said. “It disgusts me that a bunch of these Republican hacks who’ve never worn the uniform of our country are willing to lie about those who did.”

So basically you can’t say anything or criticize any remark John Kerry makes unless you served in the United States military, this happens to be a favorite tactic of the insane liberal left in this country, Ann Coulter proved just as much with her criticism of the “Jersey Girls” in her latest book Godless, The Church of Liberalism.

One of the biggest morons in the Democratic Party would be Howard Dean, who happens to be the chairman of the Democratic National Committee, who also came to the defense of Kerry saying that, "Kerry made a blooper. Bloopers happen.”

He went on to say,” I think we want to focus on the president's intemperate rhetoric in saying to vote for a Democrat is a vote to help the terrorists win," Dean said. "That's clearly untrue and that's exactly the reason why President Bush is a failed president."

I don’t personally think a slam on the troops is a simple “blooper” as Dean suggests, but it is an underline attitude and contempt in which Kerry and most of the liberals in the Senate and House hold the brave members of our great United States military.

Dean continued to attack the President saying, "I think there's a lot of similarities between Nixon and Agnew and Bush and Cheney," Dean said. "They're both using the IRS for political purposes. They're both spying on people they don't like and not just terrorists, but also American citizens. Neither one of them particularly believes in judicial rights. They've both been dishonest with the American people."

Once again the utter stupidity of the Democratic leadership will spell the doom for this party and those members within it remember these are the people who support the other moron who cannot be criticized, John Murtha, the man who calls our troops “cold-blooded killers”.

I applaud these brave troops in this photo who just happen to be from the great state of Minnesota, their anger has been just the tip of the sword regarding the outrage among the Veterans across this country that are fed up with being attacked by ungrateful politicians.

"I sincerely regret that my words were misinterpreted to wrongly imply anything negative about those in uniform and I personally apologize to any service member, family member or American who was offended," Kerry said in a statement.

An apology statement on a webpage? This is not good enough, not by a long shot, he needs to stand up and sincerely apologize to each and every American serving here and abroad and not still try and say he was is misinterpreted.

If he wants any self respect at all he needs to act like a man and humble himself to the troops, who deserve our utmost respect and support.


MrsBlackSix said...

If he was a stand up guy, he would have learned long ago just to keep his mouth shut!

Tom said...

Reiterating my prediction - 30 house, 7 senate.

Final polls are in from the "liberal media", link:

Fifty percent of independent voters, a closely watched segment of the electorate in such polarized times, said they intended to vote for the Democratic candidate, versus 23 percent who said they would vote for a Republican.

Among registered voters, 33 percent said they planned to support Republicans, and 52 percent said they would vote for Democrats. As a rule, these kind of generic questions — while providing broad insights into the national mood — are often imprecise as a predictor of the outcome of hundreds of Congressional races, where local issues and personalities can shape the result.

Americans have some clear notions of how government might change if Democrats win control of Congress: Beyond a quicker exit from Iraq, respondents said they thought a Democratic Congress would be more likely to increase the minimum wage, hold down rapidly rising health and prescription drugs costs, improve the economy and — as Republicans have said frequently in these closing days of the campaign — raise taxes.

By a slight margin, more respondents said the threat of terrorism would increase under Republicans than those who said it would increase under Democrats.

A substantial majority of Americans expect Democrats to reduce or end American military involvement in Iraq if they win control of Congress next Tuesday, and say Republicans would maintain or increase troop levels to try to win the war if they hold on to power on Capitol Hill, according to the final New York Times/CBS News poll before the midterm election.

The poll found that just 29 percent of Americans approve of the way President Bush is managing the war in Iraq, matching the lowest mark of his presidency. Nearly 70 percent of Americans said Mr. Bush did not have a plan to end the war, and an overwhelming 80 percent said Mr. Bush’s latest effort to rally public support for the conflict amounted to a change in language but not policy.

Tom said...

And speaking of the Kerry flap, Keith Olbermann points out the obvious.

Rightwing Guy said...

Kerry and Keith Olbermann for that matter have only said that the people are too stupid to realize that it was a joke about the President and it's our fault that he was misinterpreted

Tom said...

Well, Kerry actually had prepared text that spelled out the "joke" but he simply misspoke.. which I guess politicians do from time to time.. In any case, it's not a big deal.

Olbermann's commentary was extraordinary..

You can keep claiming that liberals hate America and the military.. it's simply not true. That sort of rhetoric does nothing but further divide the nation.

Speaking of polling, Stu Rothenberg is now predicting 35-40 House seats and a Dem Senate.

Remember when I predicted 30 house and 7 senate last week? You asked what I've been smoking.. Well, I suppose you could ask one of the most prominent non-partisan political analysts in the US the same thing.

WomanHonorThyself said...

Hiya RWG!..I am so talked out bout this fiasco..I think I did 5 posts on it already! work hun!

Rightwing Guy said...

I heard Olbermann's commentary and all he did was attack the President and blame him for everything

jarhead john said...

Wow, tom sure loves his lefties. Kerry simply galvanized his hatred of the military, plain and simple. Yes, we've all seen the script that he was supposed to read. He deviated from it in a very significant way. Why? Is he simply a bumbling idiot? Perhaps. I think it simply is because of his already demonstrated hatred of the military. He goofed, and showed his true colors (again...gettig old here...).

Why did he only apologise after the outcry came about? Pure political damage control. What a pinhead.

Da Katz & Reni said...

Hi "Rightwing Guy"

In your comment on the Code Red Blog, you didn't to use a proper name...

(Right after my comment about my big brother of comedy)

Even in whose apology??? I take it that you meant Kerry.

Kerry either doesn't have a clue or doesn't really care that he actually didn't apologize... (political ploys) honest.


(Have you ever noticed that a bird can't fly straight on only one wing??? giggle...just teasing.)

Rightwing Guy said...

Kerry doesn't measure up that's for sure.

lilfeathers2000 said...

Kerry is a slug trail. (being polite is raising my bp)The only thing that I can say about him is at least he is consistant in bashing our troops and being disloyal to our nation. At least he is bold enough to say it unlike his cohorts.
Enjoy A God Blessed