Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Kerrystein Does It Again

Sen. Kerry's not content just calling American soldiers murders, rapists and terrorists, but now they're uneducated. And to top it all off, he blames Republicans.

Also, I've been unable to get online all day until just now. So if I disappear for a few days it's not because I've stopped but rather I can't. I'm going to call my ISP tomorrow and see what's up.

15 comments:

John K said...

Liberal Elitist snob strikes again telling America how he and his kind really feel about The Military.

Jake said...

The joke was about Bush's incompetence.

The only apology Kerry should offer is one where apologizes for attempting to tell a joke.

To quote myself from Za's blog:
"The only time John Kerry is funny is when he’s being made fun of."

John K said...

I watched the entire speach before college students. Kerry was not speaking of politics nor was he speaking about policy. He was speaking about education in general. He insulted the military by insinuating that only the dummies who don't study hard and become smart go into the military. When in fact 94% of all the military is a High School graduate or higher as opposed to 72% of the United States population over the age of 18.
There could be not a better example of the Liberal Elitist snobbery that is the Democrat party. He was just speaking from the heart of his loathing of the military in general.
Kerry has sunk his party's chances for the future. BRAVO! ENCORE!!

Jake said...

I watched the entire speach(sic) before college students. Kerry was not speaking of politics nor was he speaking about policy. He was speaking about education in general. He took a shot at GWB by insinuating that only the dummies who don't study hard and become smart bungle wars like he has with the Iraq invasion.

FIXED!

Za said...

Yeah, see, as I thought when I read it - the soldiers aren't "stuck in Iraq". They will eventually get to go home (assuming no fourth tours of duty).

Bush however, IS stuck in Iraq; which is why he has to keep attacking people for not supporting the war, when you have so many Republicans now campaigning based on the fact that they do not agree with his approach to the war.

John K said...

Nice spin Jake; You should work for CNN.

Za said...

Except that CNN have just followed what Bush said.

John K said...

You dont have the same CNN in your country; Za.
And I thought you were an educated person. Get your money back fast.

Jake said...

No, John, Za is correct.

"What did John Kerry have to say about the troops in Iraq?" - Lou Dobbs (CNN)

Indian Chris said...

You know, it's kind of like Mel Gibson. Sometimes what people subconsciously think accidentally comes out. John Kerry has a history of running down the troops.

Za said...

You dont have the same CNN in your country; Za.
And I thought you were an educated person. Get your money back fast.

There's this thing, I think you may know it as the "intarwebs". It allows me to access the US CNN.

John Kerry has a history of running down the troops.
No, I think you'll find Kerry has a history of running down the use of the military - bit different.

John K said...

"the solders fighting this immoral and illegal war; are war criminals.."
John F Kerry 1971, before a congessional subcommittee.

Same old song and dance..the leftist shuffle. Thats why America voted against him in greater numbers than in any election in history.

Za said...

They also voted against Bush in greater numbers than in any election in history, so that's really a meaningless statement.

John K said...

It means something to me. The voters against Bush were the minority here.

Za said...

They still voted against him in larger numbers than any previous candidate.

And it looks like that may happen again today/tomorrow.