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  • Al Qaida And The Fairness Doctrine (Censorship Moonbats, Di Fi And Jean Francois Could Love Alert)

    07/02/2007 10:14:37 PM PDT · by goldstategop · 33 replies · 530+ views ^ | 07/03/2007 | Joseph Farah
    Today I would like to discuss the proposed reintroduction of the Fairness Doctrine in a way no one else has. First let me say there is another name for government regulating political speech to determine what is fit and proper and ensuring all sides of an issue are heard. It's called censorship. And it is not only anathema to all we hold dear in America, it is unconstitutional, totally at odds with the First Amendment and the founders' idea that there should be no bounds on political speech. Yet, there is a more practical objection to re-instituting the Fairness Doctrine...
  • ‘Fairness’ for Kerry: A liberal lock on the airwaves

    06/29/2007 1:17:28 AM PDT · by raccoonradio · 37 replies · 1,630+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | 6/29/07 | Howie Carr
    So now Sen. John Kerry wants the Fairness Doctrine reinstated for broadcasters because the media “have been able to squeeze down and squeeze out opinion of opposing views.” I agree, Liveshot. It’s just terrible the way some pompous, blue-blooded PC politicians are able to get an absolute free ride in the press from their fellow pompous blue-blood media barons for 30-plus years. As a matter of fact, Sen. Kerry, if I were drafting an indictment of the unfairness of political coverage in the media, you’d be Count One. Remember 2004? Talk about lack of fairness - that phony Dan Rather...
  • Kerry Too Busy For Iran (French Poodle Gets In On The Wrong Side Of Bed Alert)

    12/17/2006 10:48:29 PM PST · by goldstategop · 22 replies · 1,091+ views
    Sen. John Kerry is in the Middle East trying to undermine U.S. foreign policy – a specialty since his youth. During a stop in Egypt last Friday, he told reporters he was willing to go to Tehran, presumably a la Neville Chamberlain in Munich, but, unfortunately, he was just too busy to establish peace in our time on his current trip. "I don't have time and we were not able to make arrangements in the short time span we had, but I would be willing to go," he explained. Asked if he planned to make the trip later, he said:...
  • Kerry rewrites U.S. foreign policy to fix Iraq wisecrack [America's Quisling]

    12/17/2006 5:22:26 AM PST · by johnny7 · 28 replies · 1,403+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | December 17, 2006 | By Jules Crittenden
    Some people seem to have an unerring instinct for the wrong side of history. You can rely on them, at critical moments, to abandon friends and accommodate evil, in the name of good. Neville Chamberlain famously chose to talk with Adolph Hitler, and believed him when he agreed to peace in 1938. But Chamberlain was big enough a man to admit he was wrong in 1939, and to throw his support behind the winner when war broke out and he was politically beaten.     
  • John Kerry: Dead But Too Dumb To Lie Down

    12/03/2006 3:35:19 PM PST · by Nasty McPhilthy · 46 replies · 1,965+ views
    MND ^ | December 02, 2006 | Doug Powers
    Recently, I was re-reading one of P.J. O’Rourke’s books, and this happened to be while John Kerry was on Larry King Live. As Kerry was trying to dig his way out of a hole with such vigor that he was about to reach China, I ran across the chapter title, “Commies: Dead but too dumb to lie down.” I looked up at John Francois Kerry, and it was as if the gods of fortuitous timing were with me that evening. The chapter title, most of it anyway, was the perfect description of what has become of John Kerry’s presidential aspirations....
  • Swift Boater No. 1

    11/05/2006 7:02:10 AM PST · by KeyLargo · 67 replies · 2,058+ views
    Swift Boater No. 1 November 5, 2006 12:50 am John Kerry's painful self-expiation SEN. JOHN KERRY'S little joke about smarts and soldiering in Iraq turned out to be, pardon the expression, not much of a swiftie. If the Kerry Correlation is true, the senator's performance at a California city college last week qualified him to be dropped off alone in middle of the Sunni Triangle with a rifle, pack, and desert uniform with a stitched-on name patch: Doofus. If that scenario sounds suicidal, Mr. Kerry's remark about the lazy and ill-educated "get[ting] stuck in Iraq"--he claimed later he was talking...
  • Kerry’s ‘joke’ foils pols’ plans (MA politics)

    11/04/2006 10:30:13 PM PST · by xtinct · 44 replies · 2,033+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | 11-5-06 | Howie Carr
    The Massachusetts congressional delegation would like to ask Sen. John Kerry a question: How can we miss you when you won’t go away? You see, there’s a whole other story involved in Gigolo John’s political suicide in Pasadena last week. For weeks, the persistent rumor had been that once the elections were over, Liveshot would announce that 1) he was officially running for president in 2008, and 2) he would not seek re-election to the Senate. Nobody cared about 1) because a 2008 run would have obviously been his next “botched joke,” but 2) would have set off a stampede...
  • Election Season Is Bad Time For Slip Of The Quip (Mark Steyn On Meaning Of Kerry's Quip Alert)

    11/05/2006 2:25:58 AM PST · by goldstategop · 112 replies · 3,902+ views
    Chicago Sun Times ^ | 11/05/2006 | Mark Steyn
    My face time with John Kerry has been brief but choice. In 2003, I was at a campaign event in New Hampshire chatting with two old coots in plaid. The senator approached and stopped in front of us. The etiquette in primary season is that the candidate defers to the cranky Granite Stater's churlish indifference to status and initiates the conversation: "Hi, I'm John Kerry. Good to see ya. Cold enough for ya? How 'bout them Sox?" Etc. Instead, Kerry just stood there nose to nose, staring at us with an inscrutable semi-glare on his face. After an eternity, an...
  • Senator Kerry's Response ("These Republicans are afraid to stand up and debate a real veteran")

    10/31/2006 4:46:21 PM PST · by mdittmar · 130 replies · 2,698+ views
    new york times ^ | October 31, 2006 | Senator John Kerry
    Let me make it crystal clear, as crystal clear as I know how. I apologize to no one for my criticism of the president and of his broken policy. If anyone owes our troops in the fields an apology, it is the president and his failed team and a Republican majority in the Congress that has been willing to stamp -- rubberstamp policies that have done injury to our troops and to their families.
  • Dems' Disdain For The Military (Michelle Malkin Hits Home Run Alert)

    11/01/2006 1:52:11 AM PST · by goldstategop · 30 replies · 1,995+ views ^ | 11/01/2006 | Michelle Malkin
    The Democrats' failed 2004 presidential candidate, Sen. John Kerry, may have just sabotaged his party's highest hopes for the 2006 midterm elections. Karl Rove himself couldn't have engineered a better campaign reminder of the Democrats' utter lack of credibility when it comes to supporting, respecting and leading America's military. Here is what Sen. Kerry told an audience of young people at a campaign event on the Pasadena City College campus on Monday held for losing California Democrat gubernatorial challenger Phil Angelides: "You know, education, if you make the most of it, if you study hard and you do your homework,...
  • Thank You, John Kerry ( Joseph Farah Urges Americans To Vote To Defeat Democrats Alert)

    11/01/2006 1:36:17 AM PST · by goldstategop · 41 replies · 1,257+ views ^ | 11/01/2006 | Joseph Farah
    Thank you, John Kerry, for reminding me and the rest of America what an evil alternative you and your party represent for this country. I take a backseat to no one in my disgust for the failure of this president and the Republican Party in addressing some of the critical issues facing America – border security, controlled immigration, government spending, etc. So disenchanted was I – and I'm sure I speak for millions of other Americans – that I have been less than enthusiastic about next Tuesday's election. I asked myself: Does it really make a difference which party governs?...
  • Kerry's November Gift to Republicans? (Dem Congressman Says Kerry Is Blowing 2006 for Dems.)

    10/31/2006 3:54:12 PM PST · by MikeA · 173 replies · 5,264+ views
    WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 31, 2006 — For weeks, Republicans on the campaign trail have been looking for something — anything — to talk about other than the record of the Republican Congress and the way the Bush administration has conducted the war in Iraq. Monday, they got their wish. While stumping for local Democrats in California, Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., addressed students at Pasadena City College and made a comment about education and the war in Iraq that lent itself to much controversy. "You know education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework...
  • Kerry calls Iraq vote his greatest regret

    10/11/2006 9:56:15 PM PDT · by bitt · 130 replies · 1,987+ views
    Boston Glob ^ | 10/11/06 | Rick Klein, Globe Staff
    WASHINGTON --Four years to the day after voting to authorize war in Iraq, Senator John F. Kerry today asserted that the vote is his greatest regret of his political career, and said all lawmakers who voted for the war should admit that it was a mistake. "There's nothing -- nothing -- in my life in public service I regret more, nothing even close," Kerry, a Massachusetts Democrat, wrote in a dispatch on the liberal blog "We should all be willing to say: I was wrong, I should not have voted for the Iraq War Resolution." snip...... Throughout his 2004...
  • John Kerry: Post-9/11 policy hasn’t made world safer

    09/10/2006 4:20:01 AM PDT · by aragona · 54 replies · 1,139+ views
    Boston Herald ^ | Sept 9, 2006 | John Kerry
    Post-9/11 policy hasn’t made world safer: Rather than occupying Iraq, we must destroy al-Qaeda By John Kerry Saturday, September 9, 2006 Five years after Sept. 11, where are we? Bogged down in Baghdad, beleaguered around the world and bitterly divided at home. Democrats have a unique responsibility not just to oppose what has failed but to propose a new course that can defeat jihadist terrorism once and for all. There are many things we can and must do better, but there are five steps to start: Redeploy from Iraq, recommit to Afghanistan, reduce our dependence on foreign oil, reform our...
  • John Kerry email: Big National Security Speech Tomorrow

    09/08/2006 1:08:43 PM PDT · by ChuckShick · 85 replies · 1,832+ views ^ | 9/8/06 | John Kerry
    Dear Friend, The topic of this email -- and the subject of a major speech I will deliver in Boston's Faneuil Hall tomorrow -- is national security. If you think I'm planning to alert people to Republican pre-election fear-mongering on this vitally important issue, you're only half right. Of course, we need to reject the Republicans' idea that a "debate" on national security involves them demanding another book of blank checks for policies that don't work. And, needless to say, we can't tolerate them smearing any Democrat who stands up to their miserable record of failure. I will be campaigning...
  • John Kerry Wants to Mandate Obsolete Technologies

    06/28/2006 10:00:48 AM PDT · by francke · 69 replies · 1,863+ views
    Massachusetts News ^ | 6-28-2006 | MassNews
    In a highly publicized public relations event at Faneuil Hall Monday, Sen. John Kerry outlined his proposal that the Federal Government mandate a reduction in oil consumption of 2.5 million barrels of oil a day --- an amount equivalent to all the oil we currently import from the Persian Gulf.
  • U.S. can't 'redeploy' its way out of Iraq

    06/25/2006 2:39:15 AM PDT · by croak · 60 replies · 1,682+ views
    Last week John Kerry revealed his plan to "redeploy" U.S. forces from Iraq. This plan is different from fellow Defeaticrat Jack Murtha's plan to "redeploy" U.S. forces from Iraq to Okinawa, which Congressman Murtha seems to think is in the general neighborhood of Iraq. Iraq's in the Middle East, Okinawa's in the Far East: C'mon, how far can it be to get from the Far to the Middle? After all, the distance between the farthest fringe of the kook left and the center of the Democratic Party seems to be closing up every week. Anyway, Sen. Kerry doesn't want to...
  • How They Voted ( John F'ns View of the matter.)

    06/22/2006 11:34:59 AM PDT · by Little Bill · 44 replies · 1,486+ views
    John F'n Kerry ^ | 6/22/06 | John F'n Kerry
    From: "John Kerry" Add to Address Book Add Mobile Alert To: Little Bill Subject: Here's How They Voted Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2006 13:22:11 -0500 Dear Friend, Just hours ago, the Senate voted on the Kerry-Feingold proposal to redeploy American combat troops out of Iraq by July 1, 2007. Thirteen Senators voted for it. It was an important step towards ending the administration's aimless, open-ended course in Iraq and having Iraqis stand up for Iraq. When Jack Murtha stepped up to the challenge of leadership in the House on Iraq, he was alone. Last week, 140 House members voted to...
  • Jean Francois Cheri Et Nouvelle York Priodes Obtenez Rouge-Teint (Alerte De Coupure D'Humeur)

    01/27/2006 3:30:19 PM PST · by goldstategop · 16 replies · 789+ views
    Rush Limbaugh ^ | 01/27/06 | Rush
  • Bill Clinton: John Kerry Soft on National Security

    07/10/2005 9:29:30 PM PDT · by bitt · 125 replies · 2,886+ views ^ | Sunday, July 10, 2005 | staff
    Ex-President Bill Clinton criticized Sen. John Kerry on Friday, saying he lost his presidential bid last year because he was soft on national security. Addressing Colorado's Aspen Ideas Institute, Clinton dissected Kerry's campaign with event moderator Walter Isaacson. According to the Aspen Times, Clinton "blamed the Democratic candidate's soft stand on security" for his defeat. He recalled that while campaigning on behalf of the Massachusetts Democrat last October, "it was clear even Kerry's supporters weren't clear on the candidate's position on national security." "I think, in the end, he lost in a close race because of the security issue," Clinton...
  • Kerry Blasts Bolton, Wolfowitz Nominations (Whines and the Whining Whiners Who Whine Them)

    03/19/2005 6:06:38 PM PST · by MisterRepublican · 30 replies · 1,154+ views
    News Max ^ | March 19, 2005 | Carl Limbacher and Staff
    He may have drowned in a sea of red states, but John Kerry can't stop running against President Bush. The defeated Democrat candidate continues to lash out at the man who beat him last November, with attacks on the Bush budget and two of the President's appointments to top foreign policy posts. The budget Bush submitted to Congress, Kerry told the Center on National Policy, a liberal Democratic think tank, failed to uphold basic values of "honesty, opportunity and responsibility." Calling the budget dishonest, irresponsible and violative of the core values of average Americans, Kerry said, "This budget is like...