Skip to comments.John Kerry's got what it takes.
Posted on 01/09/2007 9:37:02 PM PST by Registered
Excerpt from article in Washington Post, 6-1-03, By Laura Blumenfeld:
. . . And who is he, really?
A close associate hints: There's a secret compartment in Kerry's briefcase. He carries the black attaché everywhere. Asked about it on several occasions, Kerry brushed it aside. Finally, trapped in an interview, he exhaled and clicked open his case.
"Who told you?" he demanded as he reached inside. "My friends don't know about this."
The hat was a little mildewy. The green camouflage was fading, the seams fraying.
"My good luck hat," Kerry said, happy to see it. "Given to me by a CIA guy as we went in for a special mission in Cambodia."
Kerry put on the hat, pulling the brim over his forehead. His blue button-down shirt and tie clashed with the camouflage. He pointed his finger and raised his thumb, creating an imaginary gun. He looked silly, yet suddenly his campaign message was clear: Citizen-soldier. Linking patriotism to public service. It wasn't complex after all; it was Kerry.
He smiled and aimed his finger: "Pow."
That reads like a cartoon. lol
Whatever he's got, I don't want.
One of the greatest A$$holes to ever hold a Senate seat in my lifetime, from my state.
Are you calling him a pinhead? LOL
I guess this is what a pinhead really looks like, LOL.
As a side note- thanks to John Kerry, our kids will never view the Easter bunny in quite the same way again.
And he served in Vietnam too! (as a messhall bussboy)
Oh how telling! Great photos...thanks
Really? No one would sit with him? I thought maybe he was so aristocratic and elite that he wouldn't want anyone sitting with him.
JOHN KERRY =
Pictures of a vietnamese Re-Education (SLAVE LABOR) Camp
So why the long face?
You forgot the mildewed hat.
And your other senator?
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