Sonic Puke
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7/15/2004

Why you should never shoot an RPG from the middle of the road...

(WARNING WARNING GRAPHIC VIOLENCE!!!)

7/14/2004

Kerry exploits 9/11 memorial - offends families...

Sen. John F. Kerry upset some families of 9/11 victims yesterday when he arrived - late - to a private memorial dedication in a sirened motorcade and glad-handed as though he were on the campaign trail.

The senator, in Boston for the day, hopped in his motorcade at the Four Seasons, drove around the Boston Public Garden and arrived at the memorial with his sizable entourage in tow.

Press were kept away but several family members, speaking privately, said they were miffed that Kerry arrived after most other pols - such as Sen. Edward M. Kennedy [related, bio], Rep. Martin T. Meehan [related, bio], and Attorney General Tom Reilly - had all left.

And Kerry stayed much longer than the other leaders, shaking hands, posing for photos before he left with just as much commotion.

"I bet he couldn't even name anybody on that wall," said the wife of one 9/11 victim, who spoke on the condition her name not be used.

Others said they were disturbed that the Kerry campaign allowed television crews to film over the Public Garden fence - capturing video of Kerry with grieving family members in the midst of his presidential campaign.
Now that's class... Or what passes for it in the D party...

7/11/2004

Even the WaPo doesn't buy into the fantasy Kerry/Edwards is pushing...

Via Powerlineblog...

"The value of truth is one of the most central values in America, and this administration has violated" it, Kerry said in an interview with The Washington Post aboard the Democrats' campaign plane Friday. "Their values system is distorted and not based on truth."

But mine is, really... Of course my values are based on what today's polls tell me my values are...
The Democratic nominee and his running mate said it was that kind of anger toward the president that prompted entertainers at Thursday's Democratic fundraising concert in New York to attack Bush as a "cheap thug" and a killer. "Obviously some performers, in my judgment and John's, stepped over a line neither of us believes appropriate, but we can't control that," Kerry said. "On the other hand, we understand the anger, we understand the frustration."

We understand the hatred, we understand why they call Pres Bush Hitler, it's because of that little R in front of his name on the ballot...
Edwards said scathing anti-Bush attacks such as the concert and Michael Moore's new film "Fahrenheit 9/11" reflect an "expression by folks with genuine feelings," adding, "Thank goodness in our country they have a right to express those feelings."

And never mind that these "genuine feelings" are based almost entirely on lies and black helicopter conspiracy theories... Yes we know that Michael Moore is misleading the American people, but it's important and "genuine"... Sigh...
In one of a series of interviews since teaming up on Tuesday, Kerry and Edwards predicted they would win the political fight over which party best exemplifies the values and ethics of most Americans, but Kerry said they would wage that battle on their terms and not what he called the Republican Party's "little political, hot-button, cultural, wedge-driven, poll-driven values."

Republican Attack Machine, just keep saying Republican Attack Machine and keep attacking Pres Bush...
With their ties loosened and shoes kicked off, the Democratic duo also vowed to forgo negative advertising in this presidential campaign -- an assertion that draws scoffs from Republicans who note that independent Democratic groups have pounded the president with millions of dollars in negative ads.

"We have not stood up and attacked our opponents in personal ways," Kerry said.

And then his nose grew a full foot... Oh and... Scoff...
This week alone, Kerry has criticized Bush personally in speeches for lying, professional laziness, waiting until right before the election to indict Enron Corp.'s former chief executive, Kenneth L. Lay, lacking values and even having worse hair than the two Democrats. Some advisers are privately counseling Kerry to tone down his attacks on Bush.

Not to mention Michael Moore (And you can't disown him Kerry when you and the DNC head are going around telling people the "need" to see this propaganda movie...

This distortion of reality is going to cost the D party in the long run, reality is already catching up with the pure nonsense the left is trying to call "the truth"...

As Powerline pointed out this last paragraph shows that even the WaPo is scoffing at Kerry's "We have not stood up and attacked our opponents in personal ways," claim...

How must it feel to be fed pablum like this, and to know that he expects you to BELIEVE it... (Who you gonna believe? Your lying eyes or me?)

How mad do you have to be before you know you are being lied to and still believe it?