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Wednesday, November 01, 2006

QUOTE OF THE DAY

You know, education -- if you make the most of it, you study hard and you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. If you don't, you get stuck in Iraq." - John Kerry....

It figures the idiots in the right wing press would twist this around. I applaud John Kerry for standing his ground and all you right wing jerkoffs over at ConservativeStink can suck my motherfucking dick at that lame ass joke you posted. Kerry said something that most AMERICANS (not the brainwashed idiots who worship FOX News) are feeling. I don't know if anyone caught NBC Nightly News but the prospect of the balance of power going to the Dems is getting more real everyday and there is nothing that president ASSHOLE, RUSH PILLHEAD or SEAN QUEERBAIT can do about it. Now, what we need is for AP, ATTILA THE CHICKEN SHIT and ARCHIE to sit the fuck down and shut up because their nightmare is about to come true and all their yelling ain't going to stop it.

ZM

9 comments:

Jay156 said...

LOL, love to see the rantings of a shitstain that isn't quite sure about the bullshit he's spewing....I guess being a liberal these days means you aren't quite sure about anything though....So keep shouting at the top of your lungs about your sure-shot victories....We can tell by the tone of your blog that you don't even believe it!

LOL...love to see a lib that can't sleep well at night LOL

Eff25 said...

I am bored with the Kerry faux pas, and I am willing to give him the benefit of the doubt, but whatever his intent, the statement itself was dumb because it was poorly worded. It is not hard to tell what he meant, and whom his joke was meant for, but how it reads is something else. Kerry messed up. Sorry, ZM, but you are grasping at straws in defending his statement.

AnonymousPoster said...

Everyone makes statements that may not come out exactly as they thought they would. IF this were true, Kerry would have come out with an apology immediately when it was discovered that people were offended. He did not do this. He chose instead to stand with his statement and dare anyone to challenge him on it. Then when ole Hillary came out and didnt stand by her man, he thought he should try a different road. He decided to call it a blooper and claim he was misunderstood. Give me a break! Just another democrat trying to pee on your leg and tell you its raining. The democrat leaders have a long history of disdain for the military. Kerry is transparent and cant hide it anymore.

Holding your fingers behind your back while you say youre sorry that people were offended does not excuse or make apology for ones actions. Sorry Kerry. We are smarter than that.

Jay156 said...

where exactly was the joke eff? I've listened to this argument a million times and I've yet to hear someone retell this litttle Kerry quip in a way that makes it sound like a joke. Sorry, its a little more than just an "oops, I didn't tell the joke correctly." moment...But, I'm quite sure you are sick of hearing it...It's keeping CNN from devoting all 24 hours to bashing Bush.

Anonymous said...

I would like to take this blog space to personally thank John Kerry for handing the mid term election to the Republican party. Thank you Senator Kerry, you have proven once again that you're the best friend we have

FRisson1 said...

ROFLMAO..... hand the mid term election to the Republicans? Even an Earthquake that dropped San Francisco to Los Angeles into the Pacific Ocean wouldn't stop the roll that the Democrats are on. Rather, I should say, the roll the Country is on since a lot of "old school" conservative Republicans will be voting Dermocrat too....... Happy Days are here again .....

Eff25 said...

Call it what you like, the point is that I know who Kerry's target was (Bush), but not everyone has followed politics enough to know that. It also doesn't help Kerry that the assertion some perceive him as having made is not new. The military has been accused for years of taking advantage of the undereducated. To anyone that's either not anti Bush or isn't familiar with the negative comments on his intelligence, Bush may not be the first person to come to mind when thinking of Kerry's comments.

Jay156 said...

Frisson....if the libs squeak by with a majority or fail to take one....I'm lining you up for a political facial!

OhSoozanna said...

Nambla Pelosi had this to say about Trent Lott...

"[Lott] can apologize all he wants. It doesn't remove the
sentiment that escaped his mouth that day at that party.
And I find it something that is unacceptable. I don't
know what the remedy is to it but I do know what Sen.
Lott said. I know that it was completely inappropriate.
I don't know if any apology is adequate."
--Nancy Pelosi, 2002,

Might I add for the umpteenth time that democrats are so hypocritical that they dont use the same standard for themselves that they hold for others.

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