PoliBlog: A Rough Draft of my Thoughts

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  1. What was weird about the debate as well is that Edwards and Kerry both pointed out that Bush was “late” to this situation “as always.” Now, I am a staunch Democrat and don’t trust Bush a bit, but isn’t it a bit hypocritical to say that the guy is always late while ripping him for being early in Iraq? Couldn’t they have at least qualified their statements with a phrase like, “save the blood thirsty way he stampeded into Iraq to make his daddy proud…?”

    Comment by Bill — Sunday, February 29, 2004 @ 5:18 pm

  2. And, interestingly, Kerry didn’t even say he would ask permission from the French?

    His words in NY smack of imperialistic unilateralism.

    Comment by John Lemon — Sunday, February 29, 2004 @ 5:21 pm

  3. Drudge is also reporting that Kerry had difficulty in saying that God takes a side between freedom and tyranny, like George Bush did.

    Bill, you need to tell Mr. Kerry that “The Passion of the Christ” grossed $117 million in five days making it the seventh largest film opening in history, the second largest starting on a Wednesday, and astronomically higher than any foreign language film.

    Perhaps John is counting on the Spiderman vote.

    Comment by John Lemon — Sunday, February 29, 2004 @ 5:32 pm

  4. Maybe someone could ask JFK is Peter Parker takes a side between freedom and tyranny.

    (For those of you not up on the reference, Peter Parker is Spiderman – shhhh, don’t tell – and the first Spiderman film had the largest opening gross in movie history.)

    Comment by John Lemon — Sunday, February 29, 2004 @ 5:34 pm

  5. And Bill,

    If George Jr. was so “bloodthirsty” in his year-long rush to war (with additional UN resolutions and Congressional approval), why didn’t he order more of those Daisy Cutter mo-fo’s dropped on civilian populations? Screw the precision guided missiles, let’s nuke the friggin’ country! (Although the blast from a nuke would vaporize all the blood and it wouldn’t be much fun if you were a vampire, would it? Maybe he could have sent in his top secret army of radioactive vampire monkeys to bite people, turning them into zombies who would in turn bite more peole, leaving puddles of blood all over the place. It would make “Evil Dead 2″ look like the “Strawberry Shortcake Movie.”)

    Comment by John Lemon — Sunday, February 29, 2004 @ 5:44 pm

  6. Kerry’s Discussion With The Daily News
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    Trackback by CALIFORNIA YANKEE — Sunday, February 29, 2004 @ 10:59 pm

  7. Better to Remain Silent
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    Trackback by Judicious Asininity — Monday, March 1, 2004 @ 11:14 am

  8. I Feel Safer Already From The Menace Of Haiti
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    Trackback by Insults Unpunished — Monday, March 1, 2004 @ 7:26 pm

  9. Haiti Briefing
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    Trackback by Backcountry Conservative — Monday, March 1, 2004 @ 8:05 pm

  10. TUESDAY’S COMPENDIUM
    Al Franken’s still bitter about his best movie to date, “Stuart Saves His Family,” and feels a bit slighted when Mel makes the highest grossing Wednesday-opener ever about Jesus. Poor guy. He’s not all Stuart Smalley asserted himself to…

    Trackback by The SmarterCop — Tuesday, March 2, 2004 @ 9:34 am

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