Skip to comments.Butter Fingers Kerry
Posted on 09/18/2004 11:24:41 PM PDT by Spackidagoosh
John Kerry also praised the Ohio State Buckeyes football team--during this visit to Michigan.
Last month, John Kerry lauded "Lambert Field" during a visit to Wisconsin. He has yet to acknowledge Lambeau Field, the historic home of the Green Bay Packers. (Look for a Football Fans For Truth billboard coming soon near Lambeau Field, educating Wisconsin football fans about Kerry.)
What makes the first half of this clip so great is that the coach called a sweep play that involves a pulling guard. For those of you out there that don't know what that means, the short version is that pulling a guard leaves the quarterback less protected on purpose.
This doesn't necessarily mean that the coach meant for Kerry to be tackled, after all the play involves the ball leaving the quarterback's hands relatively quickly when he flips it to a sweeping back. However, the hole that the pulled guard left open allowed for the enterprising young linebacker to easily scramble for the ball in the backfield after Kerry's flip flopped.
It's our guess that the coach merely has a sense of humor. If he were a Republican, he would have called a screen pass.
The past month for Kerry has been one huge fumble. What ever drugs you're taking, please send me some. Now get outta here.
Nice shootin', Tex! ;)
LOL that was quick.
Not one with the force Rumspringa was. Lightning up his arse he received.
Talking Buckeye Football in Michigan..
Angering the Cheese heads by not getting the name of that awsome place correct....
Getting left to the slam by a guard....
From the Dark Side was he, yes, hmm. Much anger, self-loathing, depression and love of taxes had he. Hmmm, yes.
If I were Kerry I would fire the person who is setting up these goofy photo ops. Those pictures with him playing soccer were especially unflattering.
You know things are bad when Kerry is getting fingered by the butter.
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I hope his $200.00 pants are grass stained and his hair out of place. I would love to see the picture when he got up and had to make himself pretty again! I bet he hasn't played football in 40 years. He's a phony, lying creep!
had i been that squad i woulda sent a 46 defense all blitz and give him a taste of hell
It is beyond my comprehension to understand why sKerry thinks he has to be everything to everyone. I, for one, do not expect my candidate to be adroit at all activities.
I just want him to be a good leader.
Haven't seen sKerry pose as that yet.
That's why I go for Buckeye football...
...er...a... I mean Badger football...
....ahh...I know I'm in the state of Michigan....ah....Trojan ball....?
This guy's a real piece of work. The fact that he's actually running for president really slams home the notion that anyone can run.
Aw, Jeez! I saw what he posted. What an ar$ehole.
You think he ever played football. He may have picked splinters on the bench, or perhaps he was the waterboy. I see a likeness:
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