Skip to comments.Transcript: Angry John Kerry Tap Dances On Iraq War Resolution Vote
Posted on 09/03/2003 6:23:08 PM PDT by PJ-ComixEdited on 04/29/2004 2:03:04 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
JUDY WOODRUFF, CNN ANCHOR: The John Kerry campaign plans to begin running ads here in the state of New Hampshire tomorrow. As based on his swing through this state, similar spots are airing in Iowa and pictures from his appearance there yesterday.
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KERRY: No, Judy, but the president ought to be held to his word. No, no, no, no. I said it then. I was very clear.
WOODRUFF: But you still voted with the president.
Snippy! Snippy! Snippy! John F. Kerry just can't explain away to the liberal demmycrats why he voted for the War Resolution.
And that says it all!!
The bum can't even make a firm decision while talking to an advocate pretending to be a reporter!!
Ketchup-boy makes Al Gore look like Harry Truman.
Well, Judy Woodruff IS an "informed reporter"- let's give her that. But she is NOT an "unbiased reporter". She is not going to put John "French" Kerry in the hot seat. She despises George W. Bush as much as I despise the Clinton's, and every once in awhile she does let the phony mask of objectivity slip and you can FEEL the hatred radiating from her.
I doubt that her or her metrosexual husband (Al Hunt- I will spare you the name I usually call him) have a single friend who really believes that America is right to defend itself with military force against the Islamofascists.
Judy, Judy, Judy. Tsk, tsk, tsk. Your ignorance and bias is showing again. Visiting a foreign country is NOT the same as "foreign policy experience". Now go fix your make-up, dearie. You're looking a little, oh, faded.
Oh, so that's why his poll numbers are so low. He hasn't been running yet.
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