July 09, 2004

MoveOn Now Superfluous

I don't listen to Rush Limbaugh much - I'm usualy busy during that time of the day - but the few minutes I caught yesterday were classic.

John Kerry has joined the lunatic, conspiracy-mongering left - and he did it on tape.

here's the transcript from Limbaugh's site.

It started with this quip from the President:

REPORTER: If I could try another Edwards question. He's being described today as charming, engaging, a nimble campaigner, a populist and even sexy. How does he stack up against Dick Cheney?

BUSH: Dick Cheney can be president.

Later on Wednesday, a reporter asked Kerry about Bush's statement:
KERRY: John Edwards, who has more experience than George Bush and better judgment than he does when he became president of the United States. He was right that Dick Cheney was ready to take over on day one, and he did, and he has been ever since.

So, Democrat readers - your candidate has joined with your tinfoil-hat fringe.

I'm torn. Was it an act of cosmic stupidity, like Limbaugh thinks? Or was it genius - bringing the lunatic, moonbat fringe officially into the mainstream of the Democrat Party? Maybe he's doing it to head off the Dean charge at the convention?


Posted by Mitch at July 9, 2004 09:44 AM | TrackBack

I think "Wow" pretty much covers it, Mitch. However, I do very much like the fact that this latest Kerry gem was given in full voice to an actual reporter and not in a whisper to some yahoo at a fundraiser.

It's as if Kerry actually wants to supply the Bush campaign with soundbites. Maybe it's a cry for help; the desperate, half-assed tactics of a man who knows he can't win but also can't admit it, only he's so full of himself that he's got to practice a scorched-earth policy and take the entire party with him as he keeps firing ideological bullets into his head.

Or maybe he's just a retard.

Posted by: ccwbass at July 9, 2004 10:07 AM

It's hard to imagine what in blue blazes goes through his mind before he says some of the things he's been quoted as saying. In the back of his mind there's got to be the comfort of knowing the "mainstream" media will help cover any of his stupid or illogical statements.
I pray I'm correct that a majority of voting Americans will see JFK for what he is.

Posted by: Eric W. at July 10, 2004 10:54 AM

It is apparent from the Democratic Party's full-frontal embrace of Michael Moore and F***911 that the neo-communist 'fringe' is in reality the Party's core.

Democrat candidates can't express what they believe or they'll be slaughtered at the polls. Sometimes they slip, as Kerry did, and their media protects them.

With this in mind, Hillary's senatorial campaign may be the template for future Democrat campaigns. Her speeches were content-free, she never gave open press conferences, never spoke extemporaneously, and avoided contact with any journalist who wasn't a card-carrying bona-fide Party hack.

The Kerry-Edwards campaign will demonstrate whether it's possible to do the same thing on a national scale. Hillary will be taking notes.

Posted by: lyle at July 11, 2004 03:39 PM