This article was too long to post in its entirety. The word "annoying" suggests an essentially insignificant irritant. That's why Teresa Pickle tops my list of "annoying" libs. I was more alarmed at the thought that this woman might be the First Lady than I was that her gigolo might be the President. Which leads me to believe that Teresa views her hubby rather like a personal appliance - an expensive vibrator that doesn't need batteries. ================================================= http://www.rightwingnews.com/special/worst3.php 7) Teresa Heinz Kerry For the most part, I don't think Teresa Heinz Kerry is a bad person; she's more of a rich, eccentric nitwit like Mrs. Howell from Gilligan's Island. But still, she was a human gaffe machine during the run-up to the election this year. In fact, every few weeks THK would make the news by doing or saying something embarrassing. She gave out "Asses of Evil" buttons at a MoveOn meeting, had to ask what chili was at a "look, we're common people just like you" Wendy's photo-Op, told a reporter to "shove it" after an unfriendly question, and famously (and incorrectly I might add) publicly pondered whether, "(Laura Bush) has ever had a real job". Most Republicans should probably be grateful for Ms. Heinz-Kerry's flubs because if there had been some sort of bizarro-world wife swap and George Bush would have been stuck with old foot in her mouth while John Kerry would have been married to Laura Bush, we'd probably be talking about President Kerry today. Think I'm kidding? Just imagine what the press would have written if a Republican's wife kept saying things this dumb... Defining Quote #1: "You get some gin and get some white raisins and only white raisins and soak them in the gin for two weeks. Then eat nine of the raisins a day." -- "Doctor" Heinz Kerry wows the crowd with her cure for arthritis. Defining Quote #2: "Clothing is wonderful, but let them go naked for a while, at least the kids. Water is necessary, and then generators, and then food, and then clothes." -- Teresa Heinz Kerry instructs volunteers packing donations for "hurricane relief efforts in the Caribbean".