2005 will see the 2nd JFK in the White House

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    John Kerry is far superior to GWB in experience and intellect. He's genuine, honest and gentlemanly to boot. Even many of my friends that adamantly supported DK (not Suddeth), JD, WC and a few more are now quite pleased that the JFK is now the Democratic Party frontrunner. JE is still admired but most of us recognise that his wetness behing the ears is still a little evident. VP, maybe? Time will tell!!!! Even many of my GWB supporter acquaintances are very excited to see a genuine Democrat like JFK in the cat bird seat as far as the Democratic Party is concerned. They even remark that 2000 would have been quite different if such as JFK had been the nominee in that year. Personally, I agree with them, don't you?

    I think this is a good day for America, the land that I love. I hope you do too!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Psychoblues needed this very good news and hopes that you all have as good a day as he is having!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    If you say so ! :rolleyes:
     
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    Dean would be easier, but Dubya will dispatch any Democrat contender with ease. Why do you think Hillary isn't running?
     
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    Damn! Thought I had a shot. :D
     
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    John Kerry epitomizes the contemporary democrat, full of evasive non-answers, pandering and hipocrisy. The first time I saw him speak two years ago, his smarmy slander, topped my list in all time lows of democratic party speakers over a dismal wandering speech from an unkempt and red-faced Ted Kennedy that I witnessed in D.C. six years ago. Neither character is worthy of what good has been done by the democratic party and their attempts to attach their pathetic agendas to the legend of JFK is just all the more poignant to displaying that all the democratic party has left is a bunch of fuming socialist dictator sympathizers. It is reasons like this that I have lost all faith in the democratic party.

    When I listen to kerry speak, I am reminded of the suck-slurp sound that a resistant ketchup bottle makes. Lots of noise and aggravation, and nothing ever comes out of it.

    More liberalism and less socialism, that's all I'm asking. :)
     
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    I suppose you have a reliable source for that remark. "Hillary isn't running"?

    She's running for the betterment and advancement of the Democratic Party. She's never expressed any interest whatsoever in seeking the CIC seat. But she's running, organizing, increasing the political/public awareness of Republican atrocities against the peoples they promise to swap votes for but fail to deliver on their promises, you can bet your ass on that, my friend. She ain't preaching to the choir, she's demonstrating to the public. Be that as it is, Psychoblues is one happy dude today!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     
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    Campaigns are by design "pandering", nbdysfu. Many of us pay attention to the attitude demonstrated and the record of the votes that are cast in our legislatures. JFK has a good record considering his campaign claims. I can't say the same about the average or even not so average Republican. But, I'm still reading.
     
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    Have you seen Hillary on the campaign trail running for President? I haven't. She hasn't announced her candidacy. Thus, I think I am safe in making the statement that "Hillary isn't running."
     
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    After you take your meds, ship some off to Hillary, you're both a bit cuckoo. :D
     
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    'Scuse me, gop_jeff, I forget, sometimes, the length that some will go to in order to obfuscate truth. I went a little further in that depiction that you quote and I suggest you do as well!!!!!!

    Happy Day Are Here Again!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

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