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To: dennisw
"Imagine his high powered loon as first lady. YIKES!!!"

This lady IS a real nut. She makes Hillary! look like Jackie Kennedy, if not Barbara Bush. First of all, she's not even an American, she a white African by birth. Second of all, she's a loonie. She gave some speach to some women's political club in Mass. the other day that I read was a complete disaster. Never mentioned hubby (the haughty french looking candidate who btw fought in vietnam as mr. taranto puts it)even ONE time.

And she's not the type who will sit home & shut up. After our experience with La Hill, I don't think we will be sending Ms. Out-of-Africa into a Ketchup Fortune to the White House. At least I hope we won't.

14 posted on 06/22/2003 8:23:11 AM PDT by jocon307 (You think I exagerate? You don't know the half of it!)
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To: jocon307
With Carl Limbacher and Staff
For the story behind the story...

Monday Dec. 2, 2002; 11:52 p.m. EST

Boston's Carr Rips 'Liveshot' Kerry

While presidential hopeful Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., received the kind of oh-so-serious treatment he no doubt thinks he deserves during Sunday's hourlong "Meet the Press" campaign commercial - er - interview, some of the folks back home in Boston are bursting out in laughter at the thought of "President Kerry."

WRKO radio talker Howie Carr, for instance, shared a Kerry anecdote or two last week with the readers of his Boston Herald column; tidbits "Meet the Press" apparently just didn't have time to squeeze in.

"John 'Liveshot' Kerry stories? I got a million of 'em," the no-holds-barred host began.

"Liveshot was the first male politician I ever saw wearing makeup outside a TV studio," recalled Carr. "It was during his first Senate campaign, at a hotel fund-raiser, and I was there to do - what else? - a live shot."

"John,'" I asked him, "are you wearing makeup?"

"Why yes," he sniffed. "I have a bit of a cold."

According to Carr, Kerry isn't above throwing his political weight around when it comes to even the most minor annoyances.

"He has so much clout, the city moved a fire hydrant from in front of his wife's Beacon Hill mansion," reports the WRKO talker, before adding yet another wrinkle to Kerry's presidential profile.

"The man is a gigolo's gigolo. How many guys could dump a first wife from a blueblood family worth $300 million, and end up on the rebound with a second wife worth $600 million?"

In between the first and second Mrs. Kerry, Sen. Liveshot apparently managed to keep himself quite busy.

The would-be president's recent admission in The New Yorker that, "I knew how to have a lot of fun, sometimes too much. There were plenty of times when I was disengaged, frivolous, four sheets to the wind," prompted Carr to recall a Liveshot story he says he heard from a Boston nightclub owner who had "a luscious young gal pal."

"One night, they're all getting down, and among the guests is a four-sheets-to-the-wind Liveshot. The girl, who's up on current events, starts tearing into Kerry for his weathervane-like voting record, telling him he needs to make a 'commitment.'

"'Baby,' he finally says, swaying ever so slightly in the breeze, 'I am ready right now to make a commitment. To you.'"

15 posted on 06/22/2003 8:48:21 AM PDT by dennisw (G-d is at war with Amalek for all generations)
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To: jocon307
... yada, yada. His nickname in Massachusetts is John "Liveshot" Kerry,
for his quest to be in as many live TV broadcasts as possible.
alt.war.vietnam - Apr 17, 2003 by Lee P. - View Thread (21 articles)

16 posted on 06/22/2003 8:49:28 AM PDT by dennisw (G-d is at war with Amalek for all generations)
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