Tuesday, February 10, 2004
According to the Washington Post John Kerry has raised more money from paid lobbyists than any other senator over the past 15 years. In fact, right now he's number one in the Senate for taking special interest money. Out of 100 people, he's taken more than anyone else. As of Jan. 31, 2004 he had raised $225,000. Twice that of any other Dem running. Kerry said he would "happily release any lobbyist meeting I've ever had," but has yet to do it. What's Kerry trying to hide? He's a hypocrite. His message is to rid Washington of special interest groups while going around the country on the dime of those same special interest groups. I was watching Crossfire today and his campaign manager, or someone in the Kerry camp, was on there. When asked about this, he tried his hardest to deflect the question by bringing up Bush some more. And of course that wimp Tucker Carlson let him get away with it. Carlson ain't a Republican, he's a wuss. If it had been Sean Hannity asking the question he wouldn't have stopped until he got an answer.

One last thing, while I'm sort of on the subject of Fox News. How come John Kerry refuses to do the O'Reilly Factor. Or, for that matter, Howard Dean and Wes Clark. Why are they so scared to have to answer anything but softball questions? When Bush was running it 2000, he went on the O'Reilly Factor and Al Gore didn't. And look who won that race, (nods head up and down as if saying "yeah, see"). It could be the best thing Kerry ever did going on Bill's show.

The Only Thing Necessary For Evil To Triumph
Is For Good Men To Do Nothing