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Posted on 10/03/2004 11:09:24 AM PDT by stockpirateEdited on 10/03/2004 12:01:46 PM PDT by Admin Moderator. [history]
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His lucky wabbits foot.
I am more confident of a Pres. Bush victory on Nov. 2 after this debate. It's like this is the BEST they have to offer and they are hanging everything on it, a good showing in one debate! After months of a dismal cmapaign, minimal if any enthusiasm about Kerry, many mistakes, falling in polls in even "blue" states...And now he's a winner from one lousy debate?!
These next weeks will be filled with gloom and doom from the media for Pres. Bush. Don't believe it! We've been set-up by them all along with contrived polls. Just keep working, believing, and VOTE for Bush! No 3rd-party candidates this time, Please?!
It's not a non-issue if he cheated. Kerry was a member of the debating team in college, and I know from watching high school debates that some team members try to sneak notes into the debate. In fact, I saw one debate disqualified because the debater had notes somewhere on him (written on his arm, if I recall correctly).
Yawnnnnnnn. I don't care if he cheated or not. It's a non issue and it's nit pickin'. Kerry has far more serious flaws than this.
If the forged documents did not damage the dimocrats, I doubt anything will. They break into RNC campaign offices, they cheat with the debate polls, they lie, practive voter fraud every election, bla bla, and yet they are a few points behind in the polls. Go figure.
IT WAS AGAINST THE RULES TO HAVE ANY NOTES, CHARTS, ETC., ETC.
Yes it is against the rules..
FR link to the video
To understand John Kerry is to understand his dad. Richard Kerry wrote in his book, The Star-Spangled Mirror, published in 1990:
"Americans are inclined to see the world and foreign affairs in black and white. They celebrate their own form of government and denigrate all others, making them guilty of what he calls 'ethnocentric accommodation' -- everyone ought to be like us. As a result, America has committed the 'fatal error' of 'propagating democracy' and fallen prey to 'the siren's song of promoting human rights,' falsely assuming that our values and institutions are a good fit in the Third World. And, just as Americans exaggerate their own goodness, they exaggerate their enemies' badness. The Soviet Union wasn't nearly as imperialistic as American politicians warned. Seeing the Soviet Union as the aggressor in every instance, and the U.S. as only reacting defensively, relieves an American observer from the need to see any parallel between our use of military power in distant parts of the world, and the Soviet use of military power outside the Soviet Union. . . . Third world Marxist movements were autonomous national movements -- outside Moscow's orbit."
More quotes and facts on the John F. Kerry Timeline. Email it to your friends.
They connected the dots in 1998 but Senator Kerry and MSM can't seem to connect the dots in 2004.
Here is an easy to read chart of what the media was saying pre-911 (and after): Connect the Dots...Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden
WHAT A DUDD
I guess that it was against the rules to bring notes? Is that the case? If so, he cheated...otherwise, so what.
What has its gots in its pocket, my preciousss?
Good likeness of Kerry!
Somebody photoshop a crack pipe in there and send it to CBS. Dan just might run with it.
Kerry Crack Habit Gives Him Leg Up in Debate.
Looks like he cheating again like he did against Weld
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Im glad to see this.....it was stated that they could not bring pen or paper...it had to be ON the podium before they arrived.....
if he's cheated he needs to be called on it....hes nothing but an arrogant liar anyways.....rules never apply to him or "them"
Per the debate rules, signed off by both Campaigns:
No props, notes, charts, diagrams, or other writings
or other tangible things may be brought into the
debate by any candidate. Neither candidate may
reference or cite any specific individual sitting in a
debate audience at any time during a debate. If a
candidate references or cites any specific
individual(s) in a debate audience, or if a candidate
uses a prop, note, or other writing or other tangible
thing during a debate, the moderator must interrupt
and explain that reference or citation to the specific
individual(s) or the use of the prop, note, or other
writing or thing violates the debate rules agreed to
by that candidate.
If Kerry cheated, I am withdrawing my vote for him for President of the debate team.
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