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Senator Kerry takes the ball and runs hard to the left....(4 posts)

Senator Kerry takes the ball and runs hard to the left....ClydeTri
Apr 3, 2003 6:47 AM
http://www.boston.com/dailyglobe2/093/nation/Kerry_says_US_needs_its_own_regime_change_+.shtml
Seems to be my day to say I know people andOldEdScott
Apr 3, 2003 7:38 AM
don't care for them much. I knew John Kerry in the VVAW, and didn't warm to him at all. He was a bit of a commissar, which wasn't uncommon in the anti-war movement those days.

He can run left as far and as hard as he wants. He'll never get the Dean vote, which has been firming up pretty amazingly, and the Demo centrists will never trust him enough to turn out for him hugely. The South is a lost cause for him, it goes without saying.

John's cooked, much to the relief of anyone who wants to beat Bush next election.
re: Senator Kerry takes the ball and runs hard to the left....Alpedhuez55
Apr 3, 2003 8:10 AM
He has more moves in his war positions than a jumbo bottle of ex-lax. He switches depending on the crowd he is speaking to and which media outlets are covering him.

It would be a lot easier to understand him if he voted for his convictions. He voted in favor of the war because he was running for President and did not want to have that no vote.

Kerry is an empty suit. He lied about being Irish for 20 years then lied about ever saying he was Irish. He has a long history of trying to play both sides of many issues, including the war. The GLobe is going out of their way to point out his lies and flip flops. They are pretty liberal paper owned by the NY Times. Kerry is not ready for prime time, but his wife will do her best to try to buy the White House for him.

Mike Y.
Heinz 57?ClydeTri
Apr 3, 2003 8:25 AM
kerry has as many sides as Heinz has varities?