Skip to comments.Pics of John Kerry's powerboat Scaramouche
Posted on 08/10/2005 2:31:20 PM PDT by Panerai
"Scaramouche"? I'm surprised he didn't name it "PT-109".
Bet he uses it to get to that thing in the background ....or something anchored out in the bay somewhere .....
Well, Scary Kerry did go to Yale and there were certain expectations of success. He just couldn't do it on his own.
Must be a Rove media plant story to besmirch the great man. He is just regular folks and you all know it. (did you know that he was in 'Nam and got medals?)
I don't suppose that it's a particularly constructive comment, but that's the faggiest name for a boat I've ever heard.
Thunderbolts and lightning, very very frightening . . .
The "Scaramouche" reference is to a book by Rafael Sabatini. I wouldn't be a bit surprised to see Kerry envisioning himself in the role of its swashbuckling hero. He has a *vivid* imagination...
I think you started something, "sphincter overboard" is the caption on the website. Nice.
I think you started something, "sphincter overboard" is the new caption on the website. Nice.
OMG, does it mean he's running again? Such a little boat... maybe it's the one that takes him to his wife's yacht.
Nah, he has to "frag" again himself to get #4.
Check out the new Ted Kennedy story at fatboy.cc. I have not seen this one before...
I grew up in Vermont and remember an incident that occurred in Stowe when JFK was President. I think it was the winter of 1962. The Kennedy Klan was on a ski holiday and a news photographer was taking pictures of them on the slopes. Teddy grabbed the man's camera, held it by the strap and proceeded to beat the bejesus out of the photographer. The photographer required serious medical attention and, as I recall, was subsequently arrested by Stowe Police on some bogus charge. Teddy was never charged with assault or anything else. The story ran in the Burlington Free Press for several days and included a picture of the photographer after Fatboy got done doing a number on his face with the camera.
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