November 2, 2006

Coupla things...

I wasn't going to mention the Kerry stuff, it's all too much like a little play where everyone is reading from a predictable script. But as we were both scanning blogs this morning, Charlene mentioned a couple of things she encountered...Michael Graham in the Boston Herald...

....John Kerry looks at these young people and sees losers. Charlie Rangel sees desperate dead-enders. If the Democrats win on Tuesday, our soldiers in Iraq will look up at CNN International and see these two men leering back at them, flush with victory.

I cannot cast that vote.

I’m going to vote for the suckers, the chumps, the kids from bottom of the barrel. As they patrol the streets of Baghdad and kick down doors in Kandahar, they’re going to know that, back home, at least one geeky guy in one lonely voter’s booth has their back.

America’s soldiers may be among the least impressive people John Kerry knows, but they’re doing the most important job in the world. It’s a job that Sen. Kerry’s pinot-drinking, Sartre-reading Euro-weenie pals aren’t willing to do...(Thanks to
TexasRainmaker)

One only wishes they were still manly enough to read Sartre. And there's this, from a column by Michael Medved:

...Despite their flamboyant efforts to masquerade as Church-going, duck-hunting, gun-loving, flag-waving, NASCAR fans, the leaders of the Democratic Party clearly feel more at home with the values of San Francisco or Nantucket than with the down-home mores of Biloxi or Boise. In June, an important Gallup Poll asked respondents to rate 15 institutions in terms of “public confidence.” The military came out on top, followed by police and then preachers...

Bad news for Dems...

Posted by John Weidner at November 2, 2006 6:48 AM
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