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Election 2004 John Kerry

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#1 MuseZack

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Posted 25 June 2004 - 09:50 AM

...in a Rolling Stone interview, here was a sampling of the right-wing reaction.



Oh [expletive deleted]! What the [expletive deleted] should I get for Wesley Clark and John Kerry? Of course, several bars of fine French-milled soap to wash out their dirty mouths.

--Oliver North


...when a man who runs for president deliberately uses the f-word in an interview with a national magazine, it is cause for concern. Nearly all non-liberals and even some liberals would regard such a person as one who has a different understanding of what preserves our civilization.

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If you are a Democrat and it troubles you that...Senator Kerry uses the f-word in a magazine interview, you might want to reconsider your party affiliation. The Democratic Party has earned a reputation as a poor defender of our civilization against external threats. In fact, it has become a poor defender of our civilization.

Period.

--Dennis Prager

People are registering shock at Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry's profanity in an interview for Rolling Stone magazine. But why should this shock anyone? In recent times, crudeness has virtually become a rite of passage for Democratic presidential candidates (and presidents).

--David Limbaugh

That's beneath John Kerry. I'm very disappointed that he would use that kind of language. I'm hoping that he's apologizing at least to himself, because that's not the John Kerry that I know

--Andrew Card

...another sign of desperation from a dying campaign.

--Michael Medved

Certainly Mr. Kerry set a new low for American presidential contests when he used the F-word in regards to Mr. Bush in an interview with Rolling Stone magazine.

--Washington Times


I'm eagerly awaiting an explantion of why the use of an Anglo-Saxon profanity as a description of a failed policy in a magazine interview is beyong the pale, but the use of the same word as an insult against a Senator is just peachy keen.
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#2 prolog

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Posted 25 June 2004 - 10:52 AM

I love politics.

Thanks for the sampling of quotes, Zack.  I didn't even know he did that, but then, I tend to have my own little bubble that I rarely peek out of.



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