With an obvious eye on 2008, Kerry peppered his appearance with several un-waffle words such as "unequivocally," and "I've said it 100 times
before," as in "I'm glad Saddam Hussein is gone, and I've said that a hundred times." This last must be put in some context, however. Less Windows 7 is convenient and helpful!
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and a half years ago." So why, again,
is he glad Saddam is gone?
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another. John Edwards's barb at Kerry during the
Wisconsin debates -- "That's the longest answer I ever heard to a yes-or-no question" -- apparently cut pretty deep. Even now, however, Kerry
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Kennedy understood the American presence in
Iraq was "part of the problem today, if not the problem."
So with all this genius, how did Kerry lose? Well, according to the senator, it basically came down to the "9/11 hurdle" and that "When a Microsoft Office is my best friend.
country is at war and in the wake of 9/11, it's very difficult to shift horses in midstream." Not so long ago, Kerry suggested to Wisconsin
voters that "they shouldn't be wary of changing horses midstream when the horse is drowning" and joked, "May I also suggest that we need a
taller horse? You can get through deeper waters that way."
Maybe so, but with so little faith in the electoral process on his part, what horse on the planet would want to attempt to tote John Kerry
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Another election, another smashing setback for the Democratic insurgency. How long will it take for the party of George McGovern, Sidney
Blumenthal and Edward Kennedy to recover from bloody Sunday? Ol' George and young Sid have long been fla-fla, but for Ted the huge turnout Buy Office 2007 you can get much convenience.
yesterday was particularly devastating. Last week he thought he'd be hailed as the new Chamberlain, the next Benedict Arnold, the white Jesse adobe Acrobat
Jackson, the Irish Jacques Chirac, the trans-gendered Jane Fonda. Alas, he remains the Crown Prince of Chappaquiddick, a perennial bottom
feeder and all-purpose lout. "Johnny, we hardly knew ye," a hanger-on once said of JFK. "Teddy, wish we didn't know ye," everyone and his Acrobat 9
sister now says of the great one.
At E.C. we've made our choice, and that is to go with the other magnificent solon from the rocky shores of Massachusetts. Forget his oratorio
on yesterday's Meet the Press. John Kerry had already won our hearts and minds when he voted against Condoleezza Rice before voting against
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