A real bad week for former presidential candidate John Kerry… Earlier last week he was reminded where the Capital building was just in time for him to play Senator again. One of his first acts, his public display of his regal starched shirted, transparently sore loseresque, blocking of the Condi Rice nomination, once again, clearly exposed him as a man not worthy of this nation’s highest post. Then, today, in the midst of a display of great bravery and triumph (in the form of the Iraqi elections) reminiscent of our Country’s own infancy, he chose to make the Sunday talk show rounds to urinate in the proverbial ice cube tray of our country’s success.
"It is hard to say that something is legitimate when whole portions of the
country can't vote and doesn't vote"
I mean, I have not seen this sort of display of political timing since Al Gore gave that speech about global warming on the coldest day of the year. Once again Mr. Kerry has shown a willingness to put his own political aspirations ahead of the interests of the country in which he lives and serves. The final nail in the coffin came today when ol’ man Soros took his shot
at Mr. Kerry, functionally assuring his permanent place in history along side Mondale, Dukakis and the Buffalo Bills.
I was listening to the interview on the radio and what seemed even more ridiculous than Kerry's "sore losereque" was the questions Russert was asking. On one of the most significant days of the last 25 years, when there are free elections in the center of the Arab Middle for the first time in hundreds, if not thousands of years, Russert's asks Kerry about whether he really was in Cambodia in Christmas of 1968 and if he still has that lucky hat! Come on! Who cares about that at this point?