This guy just can't seem to keep his lips closed long enough for anyone's comfort (including mine). You would have thought that after getting his @$$ handed to him in the 2004 election, he might have changed his tone, or maybe even his talking points. Nay, John Kerry is still choking on the same words he's been hearing echo in his nightmares since November of 2004. As you all have come to expect, my fulfilling and thoroughly enlightening commentary highlighted by the use of smooooooooooth mint green.
Sen. John Kerry: 'Fire the Incompetents'
I'm assuming just for fun that means you too, Senator.
John Kerry, the Democratic presidential nominee in 2004 and a possible candidate in 2008 God I hope not!, says his party does have a message for the electorate: Vote for change. Hell, if people wanted his kind of change, they would have voted for him in 2004! But it's hard to vote for someone who "changes" to differing stances on sequential days.
"Don't let anybody tell you we Democrats don't know what we stand for," the Massachusetts senator said in comments prepared for delivery Wednesday to the Communications Workers of America. That's not necessary, the Republicans are doing a fine job of defining your agenda for you. Keep up your trash talking, buddy! "Give this country a Democratic Congress and you will see a difference on Day One (pink hand towels in the restrooms), and a fundamental change of direction for Washington." That might require some elaboration...the Democrats in DC right now have been contributing for years to the same heaping pile of stale-mated festering beaureaucratic bulls#it they now claim to "have the power to change." Stuff it, Kerry. You couldn't find your @$$ with both hands, much less find a way to make the Country operate flawlessly.
Democrats have come under increasing criticism for lacking a unified message that would allow them to capitalize on Republicans' political problems in this November's midterm elections. True...true.
In an AP-Ipsos poll in March, Democrats had an 11-point lead over Republicans on which party people want to see in control of Congress. You and "polls" have always gotten along so well, John...I'd say you should just go ahead and put all of your eggs in THAT basket again.
Kerry's key points: "Tell the truth; fire the incompetents; find Osama bin Laden and secure our ports and homeland; bring our troops home from Iraq; obey the law and protect our civil rights. Hell, why didn't the Republicans think of that before??? Put that way, it sounds really really EASY. Listen jackass, if it was that simple, BUSH would have just "gone and done it."
"Stop subsidizing big oil and start investing in energy alternatives; make access to affordable health care a right and not a privilege; reduce the deficit and respect work over wealth; chase the money changers from the temple of democracy; and invest in education and fight for American jobs that restore the American dream." Yup, same old BS from the Kerry camp...what should we expect next, some more "Wrong War Wrong Time" chanting? Until the Dems can fully comprehend the devastating long-term impacts of the half-witted changes you suggest. Stop subsidizing BIG OIL??? Don't you think gas prices are high enough already without pulling the subsidies? Your wife's family invented KETCHUP for God's sake...financially speaking, you don't have to WORRY about how much gasoline costs. With plans like yours, you will literally CRUSH the people you think you'd like to help (or the people you SAY you want to help)...you know, the ones that have the number of voters required to elect your goofy@$$...