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John and Teresa at it again...
[Chris Field] 10/26/04
Americans had the opportunity to see the real John and Teresa...again.
And I'm willing to bet that the "undecideds" probably
didn't like what they saw. This is a fact that bodes poorly for
the Leftist, Northeastern elitist duo, considering that voters
who are still undecided following all the information they've
received from the campaigns, debates, and 527s are likely to
cast their vote for whomever seems more likeable.
John re-revealed himself to be the hybrid of rank opportunist
hypocrite we anti-Kerryites have known
him to be all along. How so? This time his campaign took the
Democrats' politicization of the shortage of flu vaccines a step
further by criticizing Vice President Cheney for getting a flu
shot. Agence France Presse reported Kerry's campaign as saying
the following: "Once again, the Bush administration proves
that it is the 'do as we say, not as we do' White House. The
very week that Secretary Thompson is telling Americans to keep
calm, Dick Cheney, John Snow and Bill Frist are getting flu shots.
It is unfortunate that the Bush administration failed to do the
work necessary to ensure that all Americans, including those
most at risk, had been able to get shots as well."
as the AFP report notes, the Vice President "would
fit into the government's definition of those most vulnerable
to a looming influenza epidemic as he has a long history of heart
The icing on the cake, though, was the revelation shortly thereafter
that President Clinton, the man the Kerry team can't wait to
have on the campaign trail, received a flu shot following his
quadruple heart bypass surgery.
(Still waiting for that public admission of a mistake from the
Kerry campaign -- you know, the sort of thing they're trying
to get President Bush to say on camera so they can use it over
and over again in campaign commercials.)
country heard Widow-Heinz-now-Mrs-Kerry reveal her elitist
when she said that First Lady Laura Bush has
never had a real job as a grown-up. Teresa was right -- except
for Mrs. Bush's time as a teacher, librarian, mother, and First
Lady. Having been caught with her brain unbuttoned, Teresa set
down her gin-soaked white raisins and issued an apology for "forgetting" Mrs.
Bush's service as a teacher and librarian. But the apology created
its own firestorm, because it still didn't recognize "stay-at-home-mom" as
a "real job."
that anyone in touch with politics -- and Mrs. Kerry is --
Bush is a former teacher and librarian, many
Bush-supports believe Teresa's comments revealed the "high-esteem" in
which liberals like herself hold teachers, librarians, homemakers,
and other "peons."
Memo to the Kerrys: please, please keep being yourselves. The
more the nation gets to know you, the less they like you. CRO
2004 Human Events