Wednesday, November 01, 2006

John F Kerry: Not Imploding, Its a Meltdown!

Here are some cogent observations by Occasional Reader, Geepers & the ever-popular Egfrow, on the subject of Kerry's freefall-implosion-meltdown:

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“John F Kerry, This is YOUR Michael Dukakis Moment!

#628 Occasional Reader reminds us of: #607 Geepers:

All you have to do is watch the original video to see where the brunt of the joke was placed. He paused for the laughs from his college student audience.

You running dog of imperialist Katrina-Bush lies! Don't go indiscriminately wild! The glorious People's Revolutionary Campaign to Re-Elect Dear Leader Kerry will smash you and your criminal gang of non-manly men. The People are marching in unison against your failed policies, trampling over your straw men in their non-uniforms of this country. Do you not feel their revolutionary jackboots on your neck, puppet of the financiers that you are?

[I'm John Kerry, and I approve this message]

#4 Egfrow (Victor Davis Hanson on Kerryism)

"Kerry surely must be one of the saddest Democratic liabilities around. Some afterthoughts about his latest gaffe, which is one of those rare glimpses into an entire troubled ideology:

(1) How could John Kerry, born into privilege, and then marrying and divorcing and marrying out of and back into greater inherited wealth, lecture anyone at a city college about the ingredients for success in America? If he were to give personal advice about making it, it would have to be to marry rich women. Nothing he has accomplished as a senator or candidate reveals either much natural intelligence or singular education. Today, Democrats must be wondering why they have embraced an overrated empty suit, and ostracized a real talent like Joe Lieberman.

(2) How could Kerry possibly claim that he was thinking of the uneducated in the context of George Bush, who, after all, went to Harvard and Yale?

(3) Some of the brightest and most educated Americans are not only in the military, but veterans of Iraq. Two of the best educated minds I have met-Col. Bill Hix and Lt. Col. Chris Gibson, both Hoover Security Fellows-were both Iraqi veterans. What is striking about visiting Iraq is the wealth of talent there, from privates to generals. Without being gratuitously cruel, the problem of mediocrity is not in the ranks of the military, but on our university campuses, where half-educated professors and non-serious students killing time are ubiquitous. Personally, I'd wager the intelligence of a Marine Corps private any day over the average D.C. journalist. Every naval officer I met at the USNA, without exception, seemed brighter than John Kerry, whose "brilliance", after all, has managed to offend millions of voters on the eve of a pivotal election. If When the Democrats lose, it will be almost painful to watch the recriminations against Kerry fly. . ."

BabbaZee's Brilliant Bite-Bit!

It’s really interesting to watch as you pull what floor you had, out from under yourself! Not to put too fine a point on it, but maybe you, in your educated elite arrogance, put too much faith in non-researchers who let you speak those ‘botched joke’ lines…

…instead of learning for yourself just how well-educated America’s defense forces actually ARE!



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