Sunday, March 14, 2004

More fun with Lurch

The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review chronicles Kerry's flips & flops: Meet Sen. Fish:
John Kerry says he has no intention of apologizing for calling Republicans "the most crooked ... lying group that I've ever seen." After all, spokeswoman Stephanie Cutter says, it was in response to the "high level ... Republican attack machine" that's been working "to smear" Democrats.
"We're trying to make this campaign about issues," she said. "Republicans are making it about attacks."

Ah, there it is -- the Kerry campaign strategy: Should anyone question your record on the issues, it's an "attack" and a "smear." Such a tactic is the first refuge of liberal scoundrels who have a record as abysmal as Mr. Kerry's.
It's the "perpetually offended" lifestyle. He didn't work in the Vast Right Wing Conspiracy, but there's still time.
John Kerry is the most liberal member of the U.S. Senate. And if he's consistent about anything, it's his inconsistencies. Sen. Fish's flips and flops are so legion that they total 37 pages on the Google Internet search engine. Among them:
(bulk of the list removed)
In 1996, Kerry opposed capital punishment for terrorists. Today, he conveniently supports it.
With his bare hands, yet! Don't forget he's Rambo.
In 1998, Kerry didn't think much of teachers unions. These days he's their pimp.
"Wanna party hearty?"
Double taxation on tax dividends? Hated it in 2002, loved it in 2003. And the flip-flops go on and on.
It's no just the law but who's proposing it, I guess.
Kerry says he wants to have a serious debate on the issues. Fine. When he finally decides what his positions are, we're sure Republicans will be happy to entertain one.
Listening to his half-assed whines is plenty entertaining already.