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.