Skip to comments.Ross Mackenzie: Kerry Round-Up – On Arrogance, Iraq, CBS, Vietnam, Teresa, I-Me-My, Etc
Posted on 09/25/2004 6:34:40 PM PDT by quidnunc
A smorgasbord of items affecting the presidential campaign, particularly the Democratic challenger .
In declaring he is "taking the gloves off" and going on the attack against President Bush, John Kerry says the President is wrong in stating about Iraq as he told the United Nations Wednesday that "the advance of liberty is the path to a safer world." Kerry stands over there in the same camp with the UN's Kofi Annan, who terms the war "illegal" because it lacks UN sanction. Kerry also says Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi is wrong not only about the good flowing from the war but also about how the war itself is going. Kerry calls Bush and his policies "arrogant." The better question: In this face-off over Iraq, who is the locked-on leader and who the patronizing patrician?
Kerry carries the politician's penchant for arrogance to new extremes. A comparison of the use of I, me, or my in presidential nomination acceptance speeches produced these numbers: Franklin Roosevelt in 1932 69 times in a 4,300-word speech; Harry Truman in 1948 56 times in a 2,700-word speech; Ronald Reagan in 1980 40 times in a 4,700-word speech; Bush in 2004 96 times in a 5,044-word speech; Kerry 124 times in a 5,161-word speech.
What Kerry is saying now about Iraq differs diametrically from what he said on "Meet the Press" January 11, when he was disagreeing with Howard Dean:
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That's quite telling.....they're all phony "scumbags". Yes, you Teresa...that most certainly applies to you!
So it is the name she uses for acting the part. LOL
An egotist who uses "I, me, my, or mine" in every sentence but can't get his wife to "carry his brand" must be one miserable bastard. Now the true reason he wants to be President emerges...it's for his manhood!
Thank Good Holy God for George W. Bush.
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