Skip to comments.On the trail of Kerry's failed dream
Posted on 11/14/2004 1:08:09 AM PST by Cincinatus' Wife
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"Kerry, whose hearing was damaged by gun blasts in Vietnam"
Will they NEVER STOP?!?!?
Yo, John Kerry, go back to Vietnam, and stay there!
"Kerry, whose hearing was damaged by gun blasts in Vietnam..."
I thought that Kerry didn't sign the 180 to release his medical records?
"Faced with the revelation that almost all the prewar arguments for invading Iraq were wrong -- the existence of weapons of mass destruction, close links to Al Qaeda"
Journalistic fraud. Opinion stated as if it were fact. Journalist to be terminated, Editor sent back to retake Journalism 101.
"Worried advisers briefly considered issuing a clarification, but feared it might further feed Republican efforts to portray Kerry as a "flip-flopper...""
...so instead, jfk decides not to honestly address the American people and tell them what he would do in time of war were he Commander-in-Chief. And the DNC wonders why their man lost. These lefties just keep giving and giving...
Ha ha ha ha ha ha...
Sort of the John Kerry/campaign2004 obituary written by his local Boston Globe hallelujah chorus. A long piece to be sure.
"We came here not to bury Kerry but to praise him"
-by all SIX "journalists."
Who knew? Allergies, hearing loss..... what else?
"enabled the GOP to portray him as weak and inconsistent."
ENABLED? Nice try. Back to spinning class. The words they avoided to honestly complete this sentence include "allowed" or "demanded" or "accurately"...
Why the obsession with who did you say?. We're done with him. Move along people.
Took 6 to write this crap?
One week after his presidential defeat, Sen. John Kerry (news - web sites), D-Mass., center, meets with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., right, and Senate Minority Whip Harry Reid, D-Nev., left, on Tuesday, Nov. 9, 2004 in Washington. They were expected to discuss a range of issues from Social Security (news - web sites) to stem-cell research. Reid is expected to succeed Sen. Tom Daschle, who lost his South Dakota seat, as the Democratic leader in the Senate. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Well I've heard some lame excuses, but this tops the list. Kerry lost people, get over it...
"Oh the pollen. the pollen"
Say as Kurtz in Apocalypse Now
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