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Posted on 09/07/2004 8:48:15 AM PDT by Mia T
Kerry's new W offensive
NEW! BUSH MOVIE
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axing puissant, (metaphoric) muscles flexed, (save botoxed procerus, corrugator supercili, mimetic frontalis and orbicularis oculi), John Kerry, double-digits down in the polls but newly infused with clinton vice - er -- advice, let loose last night with a... a...
John Kerry's W fixation is understandable what with all the Whuping Kerry has endured of late.
And Zell Miller's rapier W-alliteration presentation of Kerry's post-Vietnam curriculum vitae was simply the proverbial last straw.
It can be said, in fact, that Zell Miller's W-alliteration presentation of Kerry's post-Vietnam curriculum vitae was the proximate source of Kerry's new W offensive. That is to say, John Kerry appears to have lifted Zell Miller's copy. Almost W for W. Shameless.
When all else fails at Camp Kerry, plagiarizing appears to be the order of the day. And not just any ol' plagiarizing. Plagiarizing from the Bush campaign. Recall the following:
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But if Zell Miller's W-alliteration presentation of Kerry's post-Vietnam curriculum vitae was the proximate source and cause of Kerry's W offensive, it was the clintons' Q ERTY conceit, (the prizing out--on the way out--of the Ws from all White House computer keyboards) that was the fundamental plagiaristic inspiration.
The new Kerry W offensive is better understood if it is viewed as the classic monkeys-on-typewriters bit: As one would expect, the Kerry Camp's seemingly random, clintonoid hunting-and-pecking isn't spitting out the plays of Will Shakespeare; but surprisingly, it isn't spitting out the failed plays of bill clinton, either.
The Man from Hope redux? Not even close.
DECONSTRUCTING ZELL MILLER
here is a difference between hate speech and the awful truth, between irrational anger and righteous indignation, between a Ted Kennedy or a Howard Dean or an Al Gore or a Nancy Pelosi or a John Kerry or a clinton (either, one for the price of two, I say)... and a Zell Miller. But listening to the Kerry-DNC talking points today, one would never know it.
In his keynote address to the Republican National Convention last night, a righteously indignant Zell Miller told the awful truth.
He told the awful truth about his party, the Democratic Party.
He told the awful truth about his party's presidential candidate, John Kerry.
He told the awful truth that goes to the core of John Kerry's and the Democratic Party's utter unfitness to lead America, especially now, in these perilous and determinative times.
And he backed up the awful truth with reams of facts and rational argument.
John Kerry and the Left responded not with facts and rational argument, but with the only move they know, the only move left to them. Character assassination. They had to discredit Zell Miller... and fast.
Media lackeys from Pinch to Chris big-mouthed the following Kerry-DNC talking points before the Kerry corpse was even coifed. (Strike that metaphor. The problem, as we now, (post-Cristophe, post-botox, post-eyework) see, was never "haggard." "Haggard" is electable. (See LBJ.) "Cadaveric" is not, at least not outside of Hawaii. And Kerry's dissonant new "do," like the mortician's careful coif, only enhanced the funereal gloom. One has to wonder if Shrum was brought in (dispatched?) to praise Kerry... or to bury him....)
Anyway, back to the matter at hand, the Kerry-DNC talking points. They are listed below in ascending order of rectitude of intention. (Et tu, Brute?)
NOTE TO EVERYONE ELSE:
By conflating the two charges--judgment and patriotism-- John Kerry and the Left expose their guilty knowledge of same. And it doesn't matter whether it was done with Machiavellian calculation or out of simple naiveté.
Seditious rhetoric and expressions of legitimate differences of opinion are not mutually exclusive constructs, David Gergen notwithstanding. But because the Left's wartime rhetoric about Bush is abusive, undermining, irrational, and ultimately empty, it can only be sedition.
and Kerry's middle initial stands for the flip-floper, factitous-fake, flipper-flapper......what else can we tag him with?????
Yes it was wrong for the DEMS to pull the W's off the keyboards in the White House.
I looked it up in the Unabridged Oxford and W. actually means "who the heck cares what Kerry says anyway."
And F stands for F'n Kerry. end of that story.
I thought it was "F" for FLIPFLOP?
Just brilliant. He must have been up all night to come up with that one.
GUESS WHO'S ENDORSING JOHN KERRY????
The Communist Party of The United States of America, CPUSA, is publicly supporting the election of John Kerry.
No, this is not a typo...you read it correctly. The CPUSA has made available on its Web site, www.cpusa.org , an advertisement entitled Top Ten Reasons To Defeat Bush. This advertisement can be downloaded. The communist party urges readers to place this ad in local newspapers throughout the country to defeat President Bush.
Remarkably, the "Top Ten Reasons" of the Communist party are identical to those of the Democratic Party; out-sourcing, homosexual rights, abortion and the like.
At first, it was thought that "this was only a coincidence." The Democratic party of the United States couldn't be in lock step with the Marxists! So, the originator of this email wrote to a spokesman of the CPUSA in Georgia and here is part of the spokesman's letter: "The CPUSA supports the John Kerry campaign with donations and volunteer effort. We believe that defeating George Bush is the single most important issue this November"
Bump for the truth!
W stands for Wonderful.
'W' stands for "winner".
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