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John Kerry Has Fallen...And Keeps Getting Up
GQ ^ | February 2006 | Michael Crowley

Posted on 01/19/2006 11:36:56 PM PST by West Coast Conservative

In late November, George W. Bush went on the political offensive over the state of the war in Iraq. Determined to get his groove back after weeks of being pummeled by revitalized Democrats, Bush delivered a major speech outlining his “plan for victory.” Democrats, smelling blood, carefully plotted their response. The party’s Senate leadership decided that Senator Jack Reed of Rhode Island would deliver their rebuttal. As a former member of the Eighty-second Airborne who had opposed the war from the start, Reed had the perfect credentials to remind Americans about Bush’s mismanagement of the war and of the grim realities the president had refused to acknowledge in his speech. All things considered, it looked like a banner opportunity to inflict more damage on the reeling president.

There was just one problem: John Kerry.

Without checking with his party’s leaders, Kerry scheduled his own response to Bush, which was to take place at 11 A.M., precisely the time that Reed was scheduled to respond. In Senate strategy meetings, mild panic ensued. “It was ‘Oh shit, we can’t have two competing press conferences at the same time,’ ” a senior Senate aide told me recently. “Many calls were made between offices in an effort to make sure we didn’t have two competing events with two messages, because we had ours pretty well ?eshed out.” Rather than make way for Reed, though, Kerry agreed to appear with him at a joint press event. Plenty of Democrats predicted what came next: Kerry was “droney and repetitive,” the aide says, but the press nevertheless overlooked Reed and went with the story line of Kerry, yesterday’s Democrat, still taking swings at the guy who beat him. “Jack Reed did a great job, but in the end he was overshadowed by John Kerry,” said the aide.

(Excerpt) Read more at men.style.com ...


TOPICS: Editorial; Government; Political Humor/Cartoons; Politics/Elections; US: Massachusetts
KEYWORDS: 2004; 2004election; 2008election; democrat; enoughalready; gq; kerry; kerry2008; kerrydefeat; loser; senate

1 posted on 01/19/2006 11:36:59 PM PST by West Coast Conservative
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To: West Coast Conservative

Are they the party of the keystone cops or what?


2 posted on 01/19/2006 11:41:03 PM PST by blondee123 (Close our borders to illegals! Don't try to appease us!)
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To: West Coast Conservative
This is another example of bias in the MSM. They seem to forget that Kerry served in Vietnam. His war experience continues to today as he is married to the lovely Tarassa
3 posted on 01/19/2006 11:48:00 PM PST by bybybill (GOD help us if the Rats win)
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To: blondee123
He remembers his media guy, Bob Shrum, in a regrettably heady early-evening moment, addressing him as “Mr. President.”

My favorite line in an article full of good ones.

Reading this piece, you can practically see where the writer pulls his punches, trying to make it easy for the guy he obviously voted for. Sure, sure, MSM bias and all that. Even so, Kerry's unbelievable lack of self-awareness is shocking. He just DOESN'T GET IT. Like Al Gore, like Mike Dukakis, like Hillary Clinton, the man simply can't see what so many others see--that he's an unlikable person, and that's why people don't like him.

4 posted on 01/19/2006 11:54:11 PM PST by Darkwolf377
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To: blondee123

5 posted on 01/19/2006 11:55:16 PM PST by ChadGore (VISUALIZE 62,041,268 Bush fans. We Vote.)
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To: West Coast Conservative

I think it would've been hysterical to have both Reed and Kerry making speeches on the same subject at the same time. Then we could've compared the rhetoric.


6 posted on 01/20/2006 12:07:49 AM PST by Fruit of the Spirit
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To: West Coast Conservative
Either way, the circle of senators remained closed, and after a few more moments, John Kerry, the man who for a few hours on November 2, 2004, believed he was president of the United States, looked around awkwardly and tugged at his shirtsleeve. Then, finally, he did the thing that he hasn’t been able to bring himself to do on the larger stage. He put his head down and walked away. MICHAEL CROWLEY is a senior editor at The New Republic.

So I guess this is the opening shot of the Clear The Way For HRC Wars of 2006-2008?

7 posted on 01/20/2006 12:08:33 AM PST by Darkwolf377
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To: West Coast Conservative

I read the full article - it was hilarious! The author is obviously a Democrat, and he's absolutely livid and frustrated with Kerry.


8 posted on 01/20/2006 12:08:38 AM PST by billybudd
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To: West Coast Conservative

One guess who is wearing the black trunks...

9 posted on 01/20/2006 12:19:18 AM PST by Swordmaker (Beware of Geeks bearing GIFs.)
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To: West Coast Conservative

Too bad he didn't fall on a sword ...


10 posted on 01/20/2006 12:21:29 AM PST by John Lenin
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To: West Coast Conservative

I see more and more that Jon Stewart is being portrayed as a an expert, "go-to guy", and scholar of the leftists. If I was a member of the Democratic Party, that would really worry me.

But, hey, I'm not :-)


11 posted on 01/20/2006 12:27:43 AM PST by American in Singapore (Liberals: They even lie in their diaries)
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To: West Coast Conservative

One wonders why Massachusetts democrats make such great foils for Republicans.


12 posted on 01/20/2006 12:48:15 AM PST by billhilly
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To: Darkwolf377
Even so, Kerry's unbelievable lack of self-awareness is shocking.

Kerry reminds me of a friend of mine who was one of a few males to attend a previously all girl school. Because he never lacked for female attention during his four years of college, this gentleman formed the idea that he was a stud. Then he hit the real world. Kerry got so much attention and adulation from the Left after he turned from "hero" to anti-war protestor to Senator, that it never dawned on him that he had become a "useless idiot", more of a liability than an asset.

13 posted on 01/20/2006 1:06:34 AM PST by pawdoggie
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To: West Coast Conservative
Kerry, Pilosi, Dean, and the rest of the spouters spend whay too much time in front of the Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who's the Smartest of us all?

The bitch is that they are all still so ignorant and dumb to figure out that the frame, with tiny speakers is run by laughing upward bound staffers in another room rolling joints and laying lines of coke, laughing their asses off LMAO. for you newbies. Don't ya know, it's common knowledge that the staffers don't even care anymore, they are just in it for the laughs.
14 posted on 01/20/2006 1:07:09 AM PST by Txshep
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To: West Coast Conservative

>>But what’s arguably more bizarre is how obvious it is that the guy Democrats chose to lead them to the promised land is no longer a member of his party’s A-team.

Dems to Kerry: How can I miss you when you won't go away? Keep tellin' you, day after day. You won't listen, you only stay and stay. How can I miss you when you won't
go away? (Dan Hicks & Hot Licks)


15 posted on 01/20/2006 1:20:14 AM PST by raccoonradio
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To: West Coast Conservative
>> no one told Kerry to come out and say that he’d voted both ways on that $87 billion Iraq spending bill, or to go windsurfing and snowboarding in front of photographers

"I've got an idea, Gov. Dukakis. Let's shoot some footage of you in the tank."


TANKS FOR NOTHING

16 posted on 01/20/2006 1:25:12 AM PST by raccoonradio
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To: Darkwolf377

>>Bob Shrum, in a regrettably heady early-evening moment, addressing him as “Mr. President.”

I remember watching the election coverage that night. One Boston TV station (Ch 56 I think) mentioned the mood was getting darker and darker at Kerry HQ and they had to have an emergency meeting as staffers were getting despondent.
The "victory rally" in Copley Sq., Boston, turned to
"tears and bitterness" as the night went on, as detailed
by CNS News:

"supporters of Democratic nominee John Kerry openly wept and consoled each other at the Election Night celebration in Boston's Copley Square...a distraught woman confronted Democratic U.S. Rep. Harold Ford in the lobby of the Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel and screamed, "Can you tell me why everybody made a mistake?" Ford responded, "Let me talk to the candidate before I make a comment. It's been a long day."

Another woman standing near Ford began to openly weep at the prospect of a Kerry loss.
(snip)

When CNSNews.com asked why he had confidently predicted a Kerry victory just a few hours earlier, (Gray Skies) Davis responded, "I, like many people saw the exit polls, which saw Kerry ahead in every battleground state."


"Part of [winning the White House] is certainly not writing off the South. It's too big a part of America just to concede to the other party and expect to win," Davis said.

Another man shouted to the Republicans "This is why the rest of the world calls us ignorant Americans. You obviously don't read the newspapers or you would not believe as you do."

A woman, unhappy the Republicans were there, screamed, "someone shut up those idiots.'

Brian Henchey, one of the College Republicans marching through the crowd told CNSNews.com that he had "never seen more sad and depressed faces in my life than what I have seen here in Copley Square tonight."

--Here is part of a press release announcing the "victory
party" (he he he!)
The Kerry-Edwards campaign announced that the City of Boston and Mayor Tom Menino will host "Election Night Celebration with John Kerry and John Edwards" in Boston's Copley Square Tuesday evening, November 2nd.

"Boston is home, it's where we started our campaign, it's where John Edwards and I were nominated and it's where we will finish our successful campaign for the White House," said the Democratic nominee for President John Kerry, "Mayor Menino and the city of Boston hosted a world class convention this summer and we appreciate all the hard work they did in hosting our national party convention. We are honored that they will host our victorious election night celebration," Kerry added.

The Night's Festivities

Copley Square will be where the public can watch election returns and will be treated to performances and appearances by special guests and musical entertainers, culminating with John Kerry and John Edwards's victory speeches. Details of the full program will be released in the coming days.



17 posted on 01/20/2006 1:34:52 AM PST by raccoonradio
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To: Txshep
The bitch is that they are all still so ignorant and dumb to figure out that the frame, with tiny speakers is run by laughing upward bound staffers in another room rolling joints and laying lines of coke, laughing their asses off LMAO. for you newbies. Don't ya know, it's common knowledge that the staffers don't even care anymore, they are just in it for the laughs.

Huh?

18 posted on 01/20/2006 1:42:00 AM PST by Cobra64
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To: West Coast Conservative

Le sénateur du Massachusetts est un débile, un menteur, et une prostituée.


19 posted on 01/20/2006 2:10:08 AM PST by peyton randolph (As long is it does me no harm, I don't care if one worships Elmer Fudd.)
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To: raccoonradio
For what it's worth, wouldn't we act similarly if the reverse occurred? Let's take my former state of residence, the People's Republic of Joisey (PRJ).

There you had a gubernatorial election four years ago in which a terrific conservative Republican was done in by his own party, allowing Mayor McCheese McGreevey to sashay into office and ultimately come out of the closet and resign but not before he did such an abysmal job that even the RATS hate him.

And who just got sworn in as the new Premier of the PRJ? Why another RAT, the detestable Jon Corzine, who came in and made these amazing assertions:

"This is not self-government. It is government by judicial fiat born of inaction or, sometimes more regrettably, of neglect. And most troubling, that neglect is sometimes rooted in private or political gain, at the expense of the public interest," Corzine said.

"I know the vast majority, the vast majority share my belief," he told the audience, "it is time for us to change all of that -- time for change, not because I am a new governor and not because I am so righteous, but because it is the right thing to do and the public demands it."

Mind you, this is the same state whose junior senator, the walking cadaver Frank Lautenberg, was inserted into the race he ultimately won by judicial fiat when the PRJ Supreme Court totally disregarded the existing law concerning candidate substitution and made up their own. The public that Corzine claims demands the right thing be done voted overwhelmingly for Lousenberg after this judicial fiat.

Further, the change in government, the change in governor, specifically, is not from Republican to Democrat, but from Democrat to Democrat. It is the height of absurdity that the people of the PRJ continue to send these corrupt and slimy RATS to the statehouse and Congress, and then complain how bad government is.

So we can scream at the stupidity of the PRJ voters for this latest election and ask if they've read the papers. I know I am. And won't we scream even louder in 2008 if Hellary were to be elected?

What it really comes down to, then, is not that the losing party screams because that's normal, but that this particular losing party, the RATS, screams about its losers losing. Hey RATSland, get a clue, they're losers. Barring McInsane being the nominee in 2008, whoever is the Republican nominee will be eons better than Her Heinous, so our screaming would be valid if she were to win.

20 posted on 01/20/2006 2:32:37 AM PST by Dahoser (Time to condense the nonsense: Terry Tate for Congressional Linebacker.)
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To: West Coast Conservative

Pass the popcorn, please.


21 posted on 01/20/2006 3:15:13 AM PST by wouldntbprudent
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To: West Coast Conservative
But it’s in the sanctum of strategists, moneymen, and influential activists who control the party that Kerry fares the worst. These are the people who feel Kerry blew his best chance and that he’s “delusional,” as I repeatedly heard, to think he’s still wanted.

“He thinks itÂ’s about him,” says a former Kerry campaign aide who had significant responsibilities in a key swing state. “He thinks all those people worked so hard and gave so much of their time because of him. And that is a gross misreading of the situation. I think heÂ’s under the illusion that over 50 million Americans voted for him, as opposed to the reality that they voted against George W. Bush.”

22 posted on 01/20/2006 3:26:36 AM PST by wouldntbprudent
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To: Darkwolf377

Also you can see where the author is trying to help the Rat party knock some sense into Lurch, thinking maybe calling him out in a pop culture vehicle such as GQ will finally get through to him that he's NOT WANTED.

(Why the long face, John?)


23 posted on 01/20/2006 3:28:06 AM PST by wouldntbprudent
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To: wouldntbprudent

wouldntbprudent wrote:

(Why the long face, John?)

---John Kerry: Cause i'm a elite horses azz! (INSERT Horse whining here)


24 posted on 01/20/2006 3:50:37 AM PST by 1FASTGLOCK45 (FreeRepublic: More fun than watching Dem'Rats drown like Turkeys in the rain! ! !)
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To: West Coast Conservative

read later and look at the pictures


25 posted on 01/20/2006 4:03:07 AM PST by don-o
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To: West Coast Conservative

Kerry, Reed or Humpty Dumpty none of the queer queens men will ever put it back together again.

How can they ever expect less from a party that panders to extremes - the whores on the floors of Congress will forever watch the yoke run out the door. The Democratic Party egg has fallen and none shall ever put the pieces back together again.

On a side note, yet related - Who does Ted Kennedy most look like: Humpty Dumpty or Jabba the Hut???

Final turd toss for the day - just like queers, fags, lezbo's and homo's have stolen a wonderful word "GAY" and tuned it into sh-t so have Democrats with "Democratic" it's a shame, just a shame.


26 posted on 01/20/2006 4:06:28 AM PST by kentj
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To: West Coast Conservative

What's this about sKerry being 60,000 Ohio votes shy of learning the nuclear codes? sKerry was soundly beaten by about 120,000 votes in Ohio.


27 posted on 01/20/2006 4:08:29 AM PST by PeoplesRepublicOfWashington (How long do we have to pretend that most Democrats are patriots?)
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To: West Coast Conservative

A merciless slice and dice piece on Kerry. A long read, but well worth it. (Unintentionally hilarious.)Clearly the democrats are terrified Kerry will muddy Hill's chances for the nomination. They're hoping TerAYsa will hand him an ultimatum: she'll cut off his allowance if he runs -- this piece looks as if it's aimed at the missus. In among the bits and pieces, we are told staffers begged Kerry not to go windsurfing, skiing, whatever, that he's a 'dullard' (but we already knew that). That his grades at Yale were 'mediocre'. We knew that, too. But they seem to think he's signed form 180. (No, he hasn't.) Oh, GQ also is sure AlGore isn't running.


28 posted on 01/20/2006 4:26:36 AM PST by hershey
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To: raccoonradio

Oops, Mikey in the tank was Susan Estrich's bright idea.


29 posted on 01/20/2006 4:29:02 AM PST by hershey
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To: West Coast Conservative
I stopped reading here:

Among former Kerry staffers, there’s particular anger over his refusal during the campaign to release his complete military record, which fueled conspiracy theories and made it nearly impossible to shoot them down. After the election, Kerry finally agreed to release everything. Reporters and - his aides - were stunned to find there was nothing to hide. The only black mark: The records revealed that Kerry had earned mediocre grades at Yale. Many people suspected intellectual insecurity had held him back. If so, says one former top aide, “that’s pathetic.” (A nonissue, Wade argues: The Swift Boat Veterans would have distorted whatever Kerry did.)
30 posted on 01/20/2006 4:29:16 AM PST by maggief (Hillary!/Belafonte '08)
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To: raccoonradio

Oops, exit polls! Another Susan Estrich bright idea!


31 posted on 01/20/2006 4:30:21 AM PST by hershey
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To: West Coast Conservative
“He didn’t need to come back to the Senate,” says David Wade, Kerry’s press secretary. “He likes his job.”

So it's all about Kerry. Screw the people of Massachusetts...

32 posted on 01/20/2006 4:44:27 AM PST by pjsbro
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To: West Coast Conservative
Determined to get his groove back after weeks of being pummeled by revitalized Democrats...


33 posted on 01/20/2006 4:49:42 AM PST by Fresh Wind (Democrats are guilty of whatever they scream the loudest about.)
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To: West Coast Conservative
When asked in a November NBC News/Wall Street Journal survey whom they would support in the 2008 primaries, Kerry was Democratic voters’ fourth choice.

Kerry aides consider such polls “utterly meaningless,” insisting he is still loved outside the Beltway. “People in airports walk up to him saying, ‘I should have voted for you’ or ‘I’m so glad you’re still out there,’ ” [Kerry consultant Jenny] Backus says.

Uh, yeah the airport polls are the ones that really matter!

34 posted on 01/20/2006 4:59:12 AM PST by pjsbro
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To: West Coast Conservative

What Kerry has never understood that many of the 59 million voted credited to Kerry where actually votes for -
"AnyBody But Bush"

Yesterday on Hannity, they interviewed folks on current events.

Did you vote for Bush? No, I voted for the other guy!

What was his name? Steve!


35 posted on 01/20/2006 5:10:59 AM PST by Dustoff45
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To: West Coast Conservative
I don't know if the rest of you are reading the REST of this article but it is quite GOOD. Long read but definitely NOT boring. Here is one of my favorite lines from this story:

He remembers his media guy, Bob Shrum, in a regrettably heady early-evening moment, addressing him as “Mr. President.” Mr. President. To hear those words must be something like an acid trip that went too far. You’re just never quite the same again.

LOL! Bob Shrum has a reputation for being nothing but BAD LUCK for political campaigns. Shrum has LOST every campaign he has been involved with. So when Shrum addressed Kerry as "Mr. President" it must have been a nice ego trip for Kerry but at the same time he must have known that it was the moment that the Curse of Shrum just DOOMED his campaign.

36 posted on 01/20/2006 5:31:13 AM PST by PJ-Comix (Join the DUmmie FUnnies PING List for the FUNNIEST Blog on the Web)
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To: pjsbro

What are the chances that a gigolo with a wealthy wife is wandering an airport among the commoners instead of taking a private plane?


37 posted on 01/20/2006 5:40:47 AM PST by Dahoser (Time to condense the nonsense: Terry Tate for Congressional Linebacker.)
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To: Dahoser
What are the chances that a gigolo with a wealthy wife is wandering an airport among the commoners instead of taking a private plane?

I was wondering the very same thing. This article puts John Kerry in a part of the airport where any mortal of base clay might rub up against him. It's a whole different lounge for him.

38 posted on 01/20/2006 6:13:50 AM PST by Graymatter
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To: Graymatter

"The records revealed that Kerry had earned mediocre grades at Yale. "

But, but..... Bush is still the dumb one, right?


39 posted on 01/20/2006 6:41:39 AM PST by Democratshavenobrains
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mark for later to see what Kerry's hissy fit was about...


40 posted on 01/20/2006 6:48:44 AM PST by eureka! (Hey Lefties and 'Rats: Over 3 more years of W. Hehehehe....)
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To: raccoonradio
Another man shouted to the Republicans "This is why the rest of the world calls us ignorant Americans. You obviously don't read the newspapers or you would not believe as you do."

LOL. "I can't believe Bush won. I don't know anybody who voted for him."

41 posted on 01/20/2006 7:52:25 AM PST by FlyVet
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To: Txshep

You're probably right and these scumbags are in a position to influence, at the very least, the direction into which this country is headed. Let us hope that prevailing wisdom will triumph and cast the entire Democrat party into the garbage pit of history.


42 posted on 01/20/2006 10:34:54 AM PST by Eighth Square
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To: FlyVet
>>LOL. "I can't believe Bush won. I don't know anybody who voted for him."

Same thing lefty film critic Judith Crist said when Nixon was re-elected.

43 posted on 01/20/2006 11:28:18 AM PST by raccoonradio
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To: West Coast Conservative

classic article

Kerry is the long winded insecure arrogant wonk who inspires noone and frustrates everyone.


44 posted on 01/20/2006 8:03:56 PM PST by finnman69 (cum puella incedit minore medio corpore sub quo manifestu s globus, inflammare animos)
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To: billhilly

"One wonders why Massachusetts democrats make such great foils for Republicans."

...If I may correct...One wonders why Massachusetts voters make such great foils for Republicans.





45 posted on 01/20/2006 8:07:42 PM PST by Hotdog
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To: Darkwolf377
People that act like Kerry, in truth, have no self confidence at all, it's all a coverup for their lack of self esteem!

On the other hand, our President is so relaxed cause what you see is what you get, he beams confidence!!

46 posted on 01/20/2006 8:27:45 PM PST by blondee123 (Close our borders to illegals! Don't try to appease us!)
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To: Hotdog

I've seen no voters seeking office, however, several prominent Democrats have, without results, since John Kennedy.


47 posted on 01/20/2006 8:43:56 PM PST by billhilly
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To: bybybill
"They seem to forget that Kerry served in Vietnam."

Kerry, my senator served in Viet Nam?

48 posted on 01/20/2006 8:45:50 PM PST by Radix (Welcome home 3 ID!)
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To: Cobra64

NOthing to do with drugs, but the hubris and hatred of the Left Winged Lunatics. They come out at the full moon, don't ya know.


49 posted on 01/24/2006 12:59:29 AM PST by Txshep
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To: West Coast Conservative

"Mother, tell me again about how I shall be President one day."

50 posted on 01/24/2006 1:06:10 AM PST by Lancey Howard
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