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June 24, 2009

John Kerry, still a lowlife

The king of the botched “joke” says it’s a shame it wasn’t Sarah Palin who disappeared.

Democratic audience laughs because, well, they’re sheep.

(Everyone’s favorite Huck-obsessed fan Larry should not click the link)

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All I’ll say is this…..when you use the word “ominous” to describe Huck for Pres. and then in the same sentence pray for Romney, you have no credibility.

Posted by: Larry at June 24, 2009 at 7:32 pm

They were two different sentences. :-)

Posted by: Karol at June 24, 2009 at 7:35 pm

point is the same.

Posted by: Larry at June 24, 2009 at 8:20 pm

So if we say both are ominous or, as I actually would describe it, “likely to be the worst f*cking thing to happen to the nation since Fort Sumter” do we still have credibility?

Posted by: James at June 24, 2009 at 9:31 pm

James,
No problem with that…well, you’re half right/wrong, but I can deal with Huck bashing if I hear a suitable alternative…haven’t heard one yet

Posted by: Larry at June 24, 2009 at 10:00 pm

Larry,
I think it’s too early to talk about suitable alternatives for 2012. Heck, 2 weeks ago the GOP field included a certain Argentinian banging governor. Oops.

Posted by: James at June 24, 2009 at 10:22 pm

I thought it would be another month before the Dems switched back to their favorite bogey(wo)man.
Kerry’s again shown himself subject to premature joculation.

Posted by: Mark Poling at June 24, 2009 at 10:44 pm

Sarah Palin realllly gets under the skin of lefties—particularly lefties whom have never accomplished anything on their own.
They know that her speech at the Convention is indicative of what she’s capable of—and that she will study and learn and ace future interviews with “gotcha !” gonzo-journalists such as “Charles” Gibson and Katie Cutie.
And as far as John Forbes Kerry is concerned, his attack on Palin is Freudian—he realizes Palin is a woman of accomplishment—and that he is not a man of accomplishment.
And his wife didn’t even earn those 4 billion dollars—she inherited it thru her marriage to John Heinz.

Posted by: IamTheWalrus at June 25, 2009 at 1:25 am

John Kerry is a indeed a lowlife.

Posted by: vnohara at June 25, 2009 at 9:42 am

Kerry is such a pompous jackass. He only wishes he could’ve been the cheating one; if he did, he’d get cut off from all that money. On the other hand, adultery on his part would at least be understandable…
Vote Eidelbus in 2012 if you want to support a candidate who stands for real liberty. I’ll register for the ballot in at least a few states. Though I won’t win, you can “throw away your vote” in a principled stand for me. No bailouts, no socialized medicine, no government meddling in private contracts (e.g. bankruptcy judges revising mortgage terms). None of this “$150 billion to rebuild our infrastructure and stimulate the economy” BS that the Huckster supports.

Posted by: Perry Eidelbus at June 25, 2009 at 10:34 am

Perry,
the Huckster doesn’t support any of that….and there’s nothing wrong with legitimate infrastructure spending.

Posted by: Larry at June 25, 2009 at 12:51 pm

Real and Unreal John Kerry:
“You know, if you go to school, get a good education, you can get a good job. If you don’t, you’ll get stuck in Iraq.”
“You know, if you go to the barbershop, get a good barber who can kwaff your hair the right way, you’ll look sporty when you go out. if you don’t you end up paying $400 like John Edwards. You know. He had that expensive haircut?”
“You know if a governor should go missing, why couldn’t it be the Alaskan governor. YOu know, Sarah Palin? I have to fill you in, because I think you’re stupid and you don’t know who the Alaskan governor is. ”
“You know, if you go skiing with secret service, be careful. They will trip you and make you look like a George Bush. You know. A fool. I figured you’d know that when someone says Bush, they are referring to his intelligence, which is much lower than mine.”
“You know, the easiest thing in the world is to tell a joke, because with someone as smart as I am, well, the delivery is just key.”
“You know, I don’t know who appears more plastic. Me or that Mitt guy. You know, the ex-Massachusetts governor, Mitt Romney. Don’t want you to confuse Mitts and if you were intelligent as I am, you’d find that funny.”
Ok. This is getting stupid.

Posted by: daniel at June 25, 2009 at 1:04 pm

“the Huckster doesn’t support any of that….and there’s nothing wrong with legitimate infrastructure spending.”
Bullshit, Larry. You’re a fucking liar or ignoramus. Good lord, do you not even know what your own candidate proposes, and must you hedge yourself anyway?
It was right there on his campaign site during the election. He made it a point that instead of the bailouts, $150 billion could be spent on our highways. Remember his ridiculous bit about adding two lanes to I-95 from Maine to Florida? Care to call that “legitimate”?
We’ve been down this road before, and you still don’t “get it.” He wants to take another $150 billion of taxpayers hard-earned money. That might “create jobs” for state-employed construction workers, but by definition there is a $150 billion loss to other jobs. Government spending doesn’t increase the economy, because when someone is taxed, that’s less money he can spend on what he’d have otherwise bought. It’s only an economic shift.

Posted by: Perry Eidelbus at June 25, 2009 at 1:54 pm

This link has been scrubbed from the Huckster’s site, but I kept it in my archives.
http://www.mikehuckabee.com/?FuseAction=Issues.View&Issue_id=29

If we’re going to spend $150 billion, I’d like to suggest that maybe we add two lanes of highway from Bangor all the way to Miami on I-95. A third of the United States population lives within 100 miles of that.

This nation’s infrastructure is falling apart. And if we built those lanes of highways — with American labor, American steel, American concrete – I believe it would do more to stimulate the economy.

And the reason I say that is because when we were going through a recession in my state, we were in the middle of a billion-dollar highway construction program that brought about 40,000 jobs and brought a billion dollars of capital into the economy.

That’s a long-term stimulus package that I think would have more impact on the American long-term future. And it would keep social capital from being wasted, fuel wasted. A lot of people in Florida sit around in traffic every day, never getting to their kids’ dance recitals or soccer games because they’re stuck in traffic, and we’ve done nothing about it.

–Governor Mike Huckabee
Florida Atlantic University Debate
January 24, 2008

Now deny that, you deluded twit.

Posted by: Perry Eidelbus at June 25, 2009 at 9:10 pm

Perry,
You got a lot of anger in you…relax…have a drink…
I heard the Huckster say the exact same thing at a few of the debates…it was in response to the stimulus package…his answer was right on the money…now, was he saying the 2 extra lanes on I-95 is what he would definitely do?…or was he just throwing it out there as an option?….if it’s something that’s beneficial, I have no problem with it….but I haven’t studied the I-95 situation from Bangor to Miami.
You haters are trying hard though.

Posted by: Larry at June 26, 2009 at 3:58 pm

What I want is a straight, to-the-point answer from you, and again you dodge the question. There are videos and written transcripts of what he said. It’s very clear: he was proposing it as a serious stimulus.
You don’t have to “study” the situation. Any goddamn moron could give an answer immediately, but I guess you aren’t even up to the level of “goddamn moron.” Adding two lanes to I-95 from Maine to Florida is one of the stupidest ideas ever. It’s something Obama would have proposed.
Moreover, it is fact that, as government spending, it deprives the private sector of that money. There are no net jobs created.
Also, look at the jobs supposedly “brought” to Arkansas. A billion dollars for 40,000 jobs means that people were paid an average of $25,000 a year. Is that something to brag about?
What is it going to take for you to see the light about that charlatan, an anti-semitic slur?
Hucksterbee: a liar about his record, and wrong on economics.
Larry: just blind.

Posted by: Perry Eidelbus at June 27, 2009 at 2:35 pm

Kerry volunteered for Viet Nam and won several medals only to have his service ripped apart by a bunch of misinformed political hacks who served in Nam, but didn’t serve with Kerry.
Any other time this would have Republicans up in arms, but not here for some reason.
So many Nam vets that I visit with are still under the assumption that Kerry said a bunch of things about our troops. What he actually did was interview a large group of troops and relay that information to Congress. Big difference between “I saw troops doing this” and “these troops told me they did this.”
I guess most of the folks reading this would have to really think about that but probably won’t.

Posted by: Ted Rhapsody at July 6, 2009 at 9:39 am

Ted, you’re just incorrect. There is video of Kerry saying he SAW these things. Look up the video. I would, but it’s not 2004 and this putz couldn’t possibly become president so don’t really care.

Posted by: Karol at July 6, 2009 at 11:05 am

When are Americans going to accept the truth? Obama has put us in such a hold that we will never recover and he knows it and that is why he keeps trying to shove bills down Americans throats. Obama hates America and hates Americans and his agenda was to ruin our country and that is exactly what he has done. If Americans want the truth do not look toward DC but listen to Trends Research…that is where the truth for all of us is spoken.

Posted by: mindy at July 9, 2009 at 11:41 am
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