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Wednesday, September 01, 2004
Not so fun for Michael Moore when he is not in the edit suite, Al Franken cannot control his temper in the face of disagreement and the best Senator John Kerry's think puppets can come up with is sophomoric semantics. There is no point in parsing this stuff as logic has nothing to do with it. The Democrats have lost the plot. Having given over the ideological thrust of his campaign to conspiracy theorists, apologists and reactionaries the name Kerry is assured a place in history alongside Dukakis and Mondale.
Cross-posted to the Flea.
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Tracked on 2004-09-01 8:16:38 AM
These folks seem so confused. They're all anti-war, but their candidate goes on stage saluting them and talking about his medals. If the war is such a losing proposition, why doesn't Kerry do a Hubert Humphrey?
Why? Because Humphrey lost. To Nixon. The year the voting age was lowered from 21 to 18. Yeah, peace, man. Youth power. Medium Cool. Wild In The Streets. Age of Aquarius. Whatever.
Never mind "the man behind the curtain." Sometimes you gotta "pay no attention to the noisy, hairy, leftie men in FRONT of the curtain."
Posted by: Kathy Shaidle | 2004-09-01 9:03:33 AM
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