To: Cincinatus' Wife
On the afternoon of Aug. 9, John F. Kerry stood on the lip of the Grand Canyon, about to make one of the biggest mistakes of his three-year quest for the presidency. A stiff wind was blowing across the canyon, and Kerry, whose hearing was damaged by gun blasts in Vietnam, had trouble understanding some of the questions being thrown his way. But he pressed on, coughing from the pollen blowing on the breeze.
Well I've heard some lame excuses, but this tops the list. Kerry lost people, get over it...
posted on 11/14/2004 1:33:20 AM PST
("In the Kingdom of the Deluded, the Most Outrageous Liar is King".)
Not one place in this 7,600 word article is the name Ted Kennedy mentioned.
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