Skip to comments.Teresa Heinz Kerry just quieter, not silent (Idiot Woman, Scary Picture)
Posted on 04/14/2007 9:39:39 PM PDT by LdSentinal
She is no longer the outspoken, freewheeling quote-machine of the early 2004 presidential campaign, the woman beside Democratic nominee Sen. John F. Kerry who intrigued voters and frazzled political handlers with her tendency to say exactly what she thought on everything from health care policy to botox, from pre-nups to Rick Santorum.
These days, Teresa Heinz Kerry seems more guarded around the news media. Since her husband's defeat, she's lowered her profile, tending to her various philanthropies and, perhaps, nursing some wounds -- not just from the election but from some snarky portrayals of her in the press.
About her husband's comments that environmental issues didn't stir voters during the 2004 campaign. Whether individual efforts in the U.S. on global warming will make any differenceat all if China, India and other industrialized countries don't step up to the plate and do their part. The reorganization of the Howard Heinz Endowment and the Vira I. Heinz Endowment into one entity, the Heinz Endowments. Her reaction to a decision by her husband, Sen. John Kerry, not to run for president in 2008. How she coped with Sen. Kerry's defeat in the 2004 presidential race
But get Mrs. Heinz Kerry started on the new book about the environment she co-wrote with her husband, or the free conference on women's health and the environment she's hosting Friday at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center, Downtown, and she is soon in full roar, albeit in a soft, accented voice. She moves effortlessly from one subject to the other, from the risks of pthalates in nail polish -- "not all nail polish, but some" -- to the percentage of CO2 in the atmosphere and how much time we have left "before everything goes to hell."
(Excerpt) Read more at post-gazette.com ...
Does he say that about John McCain or about anybody running around, flying around all over the place campaigning?
John McCain isn't ranting about "global warming" when he's traveling on those gas-guzzing planes.
Actually, Ta-Ray-Za doesn’t look that bad in the pic...I’ve seen worse!
A few hundred million dollars will do that to a woman.
She looks like they’ve upped her meds. That would explain quieter.
That's Post-Gazette speak for "she's back on her meds.
From Al Gore, no doubt. Or from the "reorganized" Heinz Foundations. What a scam!
Looks like she’s had a dose of her gin-soaked raisens.
“Actually, Ta-Ray-Za doesnt look that bad in the pic...Ive seen worse!”
An old Sissy Spacek?
“THIS is what I’m talkin’ about!” ;-)
Y’all wouldn’t be ‘swiftboating’ Ta-Ray-Za now, would you? ;-)
I’ll bet she was attractive back before electricity.
Looks like she’s been eating those gin-soaked raisins, again.
She's definitely in La La Land!
How did they make her look so good?
Its very clear from this that money does not solve all problems
Didnt Sunny Von Bulow have the exact same look on her face?
That was really really mean....
You would think someone would tell her that hairstyle went out of style in the 1980s. Maybe that’s how old the wig is.
Jesus! You scared me! Please don’t do that again.
Actually, in thatpic she looks like Jill Clayburg’s twin
Looks like Teresa has been hitting a few too many gin soaked raisins again.
My first reaction to the pic, was “Prozac”.
Too bad Willie didn't Kervorkian her with his johnson years ago.
>>’Jen Lo’ and ‘Benny Lo,’ and ‘Benny Lou.’ Give me a break<<
A quote from herself...she’s still an idiot.
Talk about polar opposites : )
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