Skip to comments.Question - Have the Heinz-Kerry's offered up any one of their <u>five</i> homes to the NO evacuees?
Posted on 09/11/2005 6:53:21 AM PDT by keithtoo
Subject: John Kerry, man of the common folk.... he understands your pain, really... trust him - lol, yeah - right
The many homes of former Democrat Presidential candiate, John F. Kerry.
Fox Chapel, Pennsylvania (Assessed value: $3.7 million)
Ketchum, Idaho ski getaway/vacation home (Assessed value: $4.916 million)
Washington, D.C - Georgetown area (assessment: $4.7 million) )
Nantucket, Massachusetts waterfront retreat on Brant Point (Assessed value: $9.18 million) )
Boston, Massachusetts - Beacon Hill home (Assessed value: $6.9) )
oh, and he sold this estate in Italy to activist actor George Clooney, just before announcing his running for president. I guess he thought it might not sit well with the common man. ($7.8 million) )
other foreign property ownership by John Kerry is unknown... because he denied repeated requests for this information.
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Maybe teddy could offer swimming lessons?
This goes to the very heart of liberal hypocrisy. Liberals only highlight and complain problems, they don't actually do anything about them. Unless of course you give them lots of OPM to pass around (and in case of people like Heinz-Kerry maybe skim a little of the top for their constituients).
Hats off to them!
And I care about what homes they own because why again?
But lest you forget, socialists believe that the government giveth and the government taketh away EXCEPT when it affects their own personal lives than they are all for capitalism.
AS long as you don't expect them personally to give to anyone for any purpose, they prefer spending other peoples money (taxpayers).
After all isn't that what the govt collects all that money for? (sarcasm)
That's quite cheap for a house
A bigger question - have Mr. & Mrs. Ketchup offered up any kind of donation at all (cash, food, blood)?
The Arkelys also put $500,000 in a PAC to help defeat Tom Daschel in South Dakota...
"Clothing is wonderful, but let them go naked for a while, at least the kids," (THK after hurricane Ivan)
Would someone please let me know where I can find a site that lists Katrina contribution totals from:
Also, I'm confused. In a country where it is against the law to mix church and state or display a nativity scene or Ten Commandments tablet in front of a school or court house, how is it that the first thing his honer,the mayor of NO did on a globally televised press conference was to beg all the churches to take care of the needy?
Also, when can we expect all the left wing "Patriot's" who are demanding that Bush bring the troops home, request, with great respect,that their state's National Guard units leave N.O., and return to their homes, families and jobs?
It is assessed at 6.9 mil but Kerry got a 12 million mortgage loan on it for his campaign. Let the average person try to do that.
Hanoi John has collected other peoples money to donate does that count?
Yup, that's my sister state, Mass. The two senators from Mass (Kerry and Kennedy) were all about helping, "those people" until it was suggested that there was plenty of room at the Kennedy compound and it wasn't quite what the billionaires had in mind I guess, so it turned into, "lovey, just cut a check" because at the Kennedy compound, they sip Chivas Regal straight from the bottle and pants after dark is optional and "those people" can't be seen milling around the private jet trade ports, Yacht clubs, and golf courses out on the Cape.
When I talked to one of the Senators secretaries on the phone last week, she was more than happy to tell me how certain Senators were, "out front in the relief and recovery effort" and when I asked how many of, "those people" would be staying at the 40 bedroom Kennedy compound, she got a little snippy. I told her that it didn't seem like we were bonding any longer and she quickly hung up.
I know the great state of New Hampshire offered up to 500 homes but we were told that New England was, "too white, too cold, and too far north."
Oh well, Ill do what I can from here.
Are you kidding? Were it not for the ketchup and liberal democrat political posturing manure pouring into and poluting the flood waters in NO, they would be as pure and drinkable as the water from a mountain spring in a red state.
John and Theresa's accountants are still working out the positives and negatives of such a contribution. Stay tuned.
Their all show and no tell.
I understand that Jean Francoise and Tee-Ray-Zah briefly considered opening their homes to refugees, uh, sorry, evacuees. Then they checked with the butlers at the various residences and determined that they had sufficient live-in domestic help.
Surly you jest? They are Charles Emerson Winchester the Thirds of the world doing anything with the common folk anything meaningful for the common folk is beneath them and would surely lower their social status in the select communities if they did.
No, but they're sending a great deal of ketchup at a very nice discount.
[ring .... ring]"Hey, keithtoo, shove it."[click]"there, I guess I told him. .... John, John! this damn phone won't go back on the hook. John! Where are my raisins? Come here and rub my feet or I'll cut off you allowance. John!!!"
Office of The Director of Public Information, Washington DC
It is with heavy heart that we read your callous, and inaccurate remarks about the Kerry Family's response to this overwhelming Republican-Caused Tragedy in New Orleans. The tenor of your misinformed partisan diatribe has caused Teresa to take to her beds with one giant migraine and caused War Hero and Senator John F. Kerry (d) Massachusetts to neglect key maintenance on much of his high-tech sports equipment because of depression. He was so upset, that at one point he was about to donate millions left over from his campaign war chest. (Thank goodness cooler heads prevailed over his compassionate but clearly illegal gesture. But imagine that, War Hero and Senator John F. Kerry was willing to risk prison to help these poor victims of Republican Racism! No wonder many of the constituents he loves call him "JFK." What a guy!)
The truth, if you prejudiced white men of the VRWC care to hear it, is that many of the Kerry homes have been thrown open ... wide open ... to the evacuees of that unfortunate city which was inundated by the Republican Hurricane Katrina, caused and directly attributed to Bush's failure to sign the Kyoto Accords, a failure seared, seared we tell you, into Senator Kerry's memory. For example, to mention just one: the Kerry ancestral mansion in Brittany stands ready to offer succor. All are welcome. Deserving evacuees need only get on the airplane so thoughtfully chartered by Al Gore, and direct the chauffeur to take them to France. Brittany is that beautiful green province just East of England. Do drop in. Other Kerry homes are to be opened to the poor as soon as their annual maintenance is accomplished in accordance with OSHA Regulations. These things take time.
It is sad, when every heartfelt humanitarian gesture of the Kerry Family is misrepresented to the little people in this way. Please let everyone in New Orleans and the adjacent areas know that War Hero and Senator and Mrs. Kerry feel their pain and are really sorry George Bush caused them this anguish.
Just remember, if The Bush Family had not stolen the election, these poor people would have dry feet today.
That will help everyone keep this tragedy in perspective until War Hero and Senator John F. Kerry (aka "JFK") returns from his annual Christmas run to Cambodia in time to vote for massive aid to these unfortunate people, for whom he feels so very deeply.
Where's the love, baby?
What a pointless topic. What are we gonna do--add up all the conservatives who've opened up their homes and compare to all the libs?
Give me a break.
go too "ActivistCash.com"
I found this gem:
HURRICANE KATRINA SCAMERAMA!
The Humane Society (with current assets of over 113 million $) has already raised over 5.5 million $ to "rescue" Katrina's "animal victims"!
But so far in several states they have "rescued" only in the hundreds of pets
Average cost to "rescue" each animal so far is $17,000+
The Salvation Army is feeding a family for 2 weeks on $100 in donations
PETA has been asking reports in Alabama if they have seen any "homeless chickens" running loose around chicken farms
They intend "adopt out" the chickens PETA sez.......
On CNN last night I watched one of these "animal rights" guys talking and showing video of their "pet rescuers" following behing the National Guard boats - not picking up or even looking for or helping pick up little kids, the elderly, the disabled flood victims - only cats and dogs
As PETA CEO Ingrid Newkirk says "I would save a dog before I would ever save a baby!"
I like dogs, horses, cats, rats, gators, sharks, poisonous snakes, pirana as much as the next guy - but......
Help is on the WAY!
Recall that one?
Bump your thread.
Peta is a bunch of lunatics. Always great to help animals but they have some wierd ideas about things.
I did read that that was how the animal rescue had to work. The first boat would only rescue the people so the others followed along to rescue the pets of those families.
Did you read the story about the $2000. debit cards? Within, I believe it was 48 hours, 3 of the cards had been used in Atlanta to buy $800. Louie Vuitoon [sp?] handbags!!
LOL, those are cute. Four rabbit feet and no good luck! I've got fur and nobody better ever try that on me!!
Yep, I have lots of leather too. Wonder if those Peta people wear plastic shoes and belts?? They would hate our leather sofas, lol.
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