Thursday, November 02, 2006

Why John Kerry will never be president


  1. I am not a fan of George W. Bush, but i do not want John Kerry to be in office.

  2. You are right on the money on that, PI. I think Kerry's chances, whatever he had left, went down the drain with that stupid remark.

    I hear it's not looking too good for Santorum up your way, either.

  3. John Kerry is a disgrace and I'm glad he is getting the proper negative responses, even from members of his own liberal party.

    He has to realize by now that he can't tell a joke and he really should stop. In his zeal to insult the President and his policies he insulted our brave men and women fighting in Iraq. He has not only insulted our troops in Iraq, he has also insulted the people that chose to enlist in our military. By claiming that only people that don't do well in school enlist in the military he has insulted the people that join to help pay for college when they get out. He cannot make stupid irresponsible comments and simply explain them away by simply saying I was intending to insult the President. That would only pacify the liberal left that see things his way in the first place, the rest of the logically thinking people in America don't accept that as a reason for what he said.

  4. The statement alone could have been forgiven (after his reluctant apology) except that what he said is a reiteration of all he has said and stood for in the past.

    I have never been a fan of Kerry, politics aside. He comes across as an extremely stuffed shirt Ivy Leaguer. The type whose poop doesn't stink. His standoffish nature, as evidenced by being so above commoners, is enough to repulse me. Clearly, he is the man who would be king. It shows by his "Do you know who I am?" attitude. Step aside. Make way.

    It takes two feet firmly planted on the ground to run for the presidency. He's got one of them permanently stuck in his mouth now. As a contender, he's finished.

  5. I really don't care about Kerry--he's history

    I will always care about what a sitting president says and Bush has said far far worse in his presidency

  6. Oh, hands down, you're right, Pia. My point was that Kerry thinks only of himself and he becomes a footnote in history. Bush's legacy, well, that's another story.

    The American public has spoken and the days of Karl Rove are over. That's part of my next post.