Listening to the Democrats speak about John Kerry must be what it was like hearing Saint Peter describe Christ to his fishing buddies. Kerry can do no wrong. No matter what is written or said about the Senator, the Dems find no fault in the man. He?s perfect.
Just look at his website, JohnKerry.com. Why, he?s squeaky clean; he?s a truth telling war hero and good guy, with an impeccable public record who should replace that terrible rascal George W. Bush. Kerry, according to the Dems, is the savior of these United States.
End of discussion. Crown him with many crowns! Yeah, right.
According to the liberal-left, Kerry has never ? no, NEVER - lied, prevaricated, exaggerated, or obfuscated. He has never flipped flopped. If he has done a 180 on an issue it is because he is evolving ? transforming like a little butterfly. And we all know development is a complicated process, don?t we? Therefore, one must be understanding with Kerry during his miraculous presidential metamorphosis. He?s flowering. Be gentle.
Given the vast secularization of the left it?s touching to see such faith. Yes, the Democrats? willingness to completely, implicitly trust, back, defend, go out on a limb for and stake their careers on this man is simply -- religious.
My question is: what kind of goofy grape Jim Jones juice do the Democrats and the Liberal media?s Axis of Drivel, drink to make them utterly and completely believe everything this guy says and never seriously question him, his war claims or his vacillating voting records?
Kerry has worked some serious voodoo on his backers, and he?s now trying to do it on us voters.
We are told, you see, that Saint John Kerry is immaculate, that we should believe what he and a smattering of others say about him during his Nam days, and that we should blow off his 20 year voting history. Just drink the [poisonous] grape juice and let him run the country.
Kum Ba Ya, My Senator, Kum ba ya.
The liberals want the masses to believe Kerry, make a Hegelian leap of faith, blow off all the massive accusations and empirical evidence ? and embrace him. We can do this!
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