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Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Not This Guy Again

John Kerry is many things...President is not one of them. However, Kerry is still bitter about the Presidential election of 2004, in which he made more bungles than Enron execs in an Accounting class.

In fact, Kerry might still be thinking about another run at President in '08! Don't believe me? Kerry insists on still taking shots at the current administration - lambasting the President and everyone within his administration - while sitting on the sidelines.

His latest comments on his website slammed the President including an email to supporters with a fundraising appeal:

“Michael Brown… is to Katrina what Paul Bremer is to peace in Iraq; what George
Tenet is to slam-dunk intelligence; what Paul Wolfowitz is to parades paved with
flowers in Baghdad; what Dick Cheney is to visionary energy policy; what Donald
Rumsfeld is to basic war planning; what Tom Delay [R-Texas] is to ethics; and
what George Bush is to ‘Mission Accomplished’ and ‘Wanted Dead or Alive.’”


The response from the RNC sums up the bickering coming from the mouth of John Kerry:

“John Kerry's attacks on President Bush's efforts to assist the victims and
rebuild the Gulf Coast don't come as a surprise. Armchair quarterbacking on
tough issues has never been a problem for Senator Kerry. The American people
have pulled together during a difficult time and Democrats’ efforts to
politicize this tragedy are unsavory at best.”


Please, John, everyone has had enough of you - just ask your campaign staff who ultimately scoff at the notion that you'd try another unsuccessful run for President again. If you can't beat a guy who had many knocks against him in '04, what makes you think you can beat a potentially stronger candidate in '08?? Why don't you report for duty some place else, like the Senate floor?

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