Skip to comments.John Kerry Makes Gaffe On Boston Red Sox Tradition
Posted on 04/18/2013 5:10:17 PM PDT by Sir Napsalot
"Sweet Caroline" is an iconic part of Boston Red Sox tradition. .....
Secretary of State John Kerry, who served as a U.S. Senator from Massachusetts from 1985 to 2013, could not properly name the song. Instead Kerry called the song "Sweet Adeline" while thanking the New York Yankees fans rendition as a tribute to the victims of the Boston bombing.
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He also calls it Yankees’ Stadium if you pay attention, not Yankee Stadium.
Tereza doesn't drink her gin. Raisin another glass for a toast!
And he still throws like a girl.
Te-RAY-za Heinz Kerry, did tell us to eat ‘gin soaked raisins’ and voila, no more aches.
He is such an a..hole.
I thought he served as an admiral in the Cambodia Navy...
Manny Ortiz was unavailable for comment ..
Now can you put his face on Lurch, El Rushbo’s name for him?
Not long. His lived in DC most of his life.
Hey! I resemble that remark!
So says a former SPEBSQSA Barbershop quartet/chorus member...
LOL of course not. What's really funny is all those idiot Red Sox fans embracing it.
Sweet Adeline is a barbershop quartet standard.
Just WHY Kerry thought of that song is a complete mystery.
He makes Jocelyn Elders look smart. She just LOVES "Eric Clapner's" music.
As much as Al Gore thought how amazing "Michael Jackson" was when he played for the Bulls.
Where oh where are the comedians when it comes to democrat assinine statements? Not like they have to look very far for them.
First thing I thought of, when I read the story ;)
I was overjoyed when he lost the election, in 2004. Nine years later, I can’t help but think . . . maybe he won.
“Where oh where are the comedians when it comes to democrat assinine statements?”
When an intelligent person gaffes, it is funny.
When an imbecile makes a dumb remark, it is not funny. It is pathetic and not suitable to make a joke out of it.
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