Why did John Kerry cross the road?

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    Q: Why did John Kerry cross the road?

    A1: He didn't cross the road, that SOB pushed him!

    A2: To retrieve his medals!

    A3: TO go after those Benedict Arnold CEOs!

    A4: Actually, he voted not to cross the road before he voted to cross the road!

    A5: He will cross the road, but then, he will vote against funding the crossing.

    A6: Did he get France's permission to cross the road?

    A7: So that he could spend Christmas in Cambodia!

    A8: So that he might get hit by a car and get another purple heart!
     
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    A9: John Kerry served in uniform. (Hey, that's their answer for everything else)
     
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    A10: He has a secret plan that he can't tell you.
     
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    A11: For the same reason he does anything, because it was politically expedient to do so.
     
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    A12. He did too cross the road, and 14 of his Swift Boat buddies say he did, too! (Just don't pay attention to the 250 that said he didn't!)

    A13. To give CPR to a hamster!
     
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    A14. Teresa was on the other side of the road.

    A15. Jacques Chirac told him to.

    A16. Actually he had to cross the road twice. The second time to film himself doing it.
     
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    A17: Because John Kennedy once crossed that same road

    A18: Are you questioning his patriotism?

    A19: Bush said it would be a bad idea to cross the road
     
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    A20: I will not allow those who have not crossed the road question my motives for doing so.
     
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    A21: I want to find out what "All hat, No cattle" means.
     
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    Noticed kerry walking around in cowboy boots in a TV shot on CNN last week. I don't recall if the footage was current or archive, but it brought to mind an old joke, which if modified slightly, fits the situation.

    Q. What's the difference between john kerry and a real cowboy?

    A. A real cowboy has the bullshit on the OUTSIDE of his boots.
     

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