Kerry stood straight – Bush Slumped

This post was written by marc on September 30, 2004
Posted Under: Bush,Politics

Bush is shorter than Kerry – but he was even shorter tonight because Kerry stood straight up and Bush was slumping. Bush was so out of it that he couldn’t even stand up – and it was a reflection of where he was emotionally. Kerry hicked his ass and you could see it in how they stood up.

Kerry was strong and decisive – Bush was week and stupid. He studdered – he stumbled – he was clueless. He was fumbling through his notes looking for answers and came across as clueless. Kerry succeded in making Bush look stupid.

Reader Comments

Kerry Kicked Ass!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Written By urockmarc on September 30th, 2004 @ 10:27 pm

Absolutely correct! President John Kerry! Vice President John Edwards! Majority Leader Tom Dashele! Speaker Nancy Pelosi! Help has arrived!

Written By Brenda Helveson on September 30th, 2004 @ 11:34 pm

It was an astounding first debate I believe. It is my feeling that Kerry lambasted Bush and Bush, to my happy amazement, appeared disoriented at times thus making himself look aged and defenseless. His slumping made him seem as if he was strangely helpless. For someone who prides himself on his stalwart demeanour he certainly gave off the impression that he lacked anything resembling strength and fortitude.

So instead of coming off as strong and decisive W looked perturbed and discombobulated. He intermittently stuttered which he seems to do quite frequently when he cannot connect his cerebral black and white dots to the slippery slopes of his lying lips. Could he have lost this debate? 🙂

On the other hand Kerry looked presidential as he exhibited a fluid grasp of the issues whilst eloquently imparting bits of political history here and there. I for one support Kerry because of his courage to stand up against the war in Iraq and I say this because I was a VN war protester. For anyone who didn’t live through the VN war it might seem intangible and foreign at best, but I can tell you that when a war goes on for over a decade and your friends, lovers, fathers, brothers and sons are brought back in body bags that number over 58,000 – you begin to hate that war! It is my feeling that W has no respect for the lives being lost in Iraq. He REFUSES to admist he was WRONG – DEAD WRONG on this issue which is costing us the lives of our young men and women, not to mention the loss of innocent Iraqis. DISGRACEFUL!! And tonight he continued to blow his own horn over Iraq making it seem as if he is doing the Moslem world a favor by freeing them! BULLSHIT! It is all about OIL you moron and you know it! ENOUGH LIES!!

So I am glad that Kerry won this debate tonight and I pray it will wake some people up to the realities of just how bad off we are now under Bush’s idiotic regime. I say throw that moronic chump out on November 2!

Written By Hope on September 30th, 2004 @ 11:42 pm

Brenda, control yourself. Kerry won the debate. That does not make Kerry-Edwards winners in the election. And there is NO WAY that Dasshole will be the majority leader, and there is NO WAY that Pelosi will be the speaker of the house.

Written By tomocius on October 1st, 2004 @ 7:19 am

Thanks for the feedback, tomclueless.

Now go get a life.

Written By Brenda Helveson on October 1st, 2004 @ 12:48 pm

Brenda (you go girl) ++++
Tomcluelessness – minus a brain

Written By Hope on October 1st, 2004 @ 2:34 pm

Am I clueless and lifeless because I admit the obvious.

You go girls!!!

Written By tomocius on October 1st, 2004 @ 6:15 pm

Tom, I think we are going in the wrong direction under Mr. Bush. I guess we’ll just have to go separate ways. I can tell you that if King George does manage to get his elitist group re-selected, we girls out here who have sons and daughters of military draft age will be fighting like hell to keep our offspring here on American soil, alive and safe.

If the Republicans do manage to take the White House once again and if things continue on this present path of senseless war, I strongly believe there will be great civil unrest in this country.

We used to say, “What if they gave a war and nobody came?”. Well what if?

Written By Hope on October 2nd, 2004 @ 1:39 am

Then the aggressor might just waltz in here take a plane and fly it into your office when you are at work one day. And if nobody stops them they will expand their work until one day you are not allowed out in public without your husband, and if any of your flesh can be seen sticking out from under your burqa you might get stoned. That sounds like a better life for your daughter or granddaughter

Written By tomocius on October 2nd, 2004 @ 4:00 pm

Hi Tom,
Sorry but I don’t have a husband and I don’t remember every really finding one that “protected” me from the ghouls and goblins.

I love my country just as much as you do Tom, but I’m tired of the fear propaganda used against us. I was all for going into Afghanistan and blowing those people away when it was warranted, but Iraq is another story. You can’t use the right-wing fear factor on me anymore; it just doesn’t work you see. And I think a lot of people out here are beginning to wake up to the sickening reality that we are being purposefully manipulated on a continual basis by the Bush Administration. Just how many times can they cry wolf? How many times can they fool with the terrorist threat color-coded warnings? I used to go into panic thinking we were going to be dirty-bombed within the hour after 9/11, but NO MORE!
Bush wipes his ass with a bad roll of Charmin toilet paper, screams “ouch my royal arse is on fire” and the terrorist color code goes to RED! Dick Cheney eats too much foie gras on Saturday evening, gets gas, thinks he’s having another one of his pitiful heart attacks and the terrorist color code goes to SCARLET! ARBITRARIES!

Meanwhile we have THOUSANDS of HOURS of terrorist tapes that still HAVE NOT BEEN interpreted in God knows how long, but BUSH is doing such a great job at protecting us against terrorism!

Now Tom just because we don’t support the war in Iraq doesn’t mean we aren’t patriots. I have people in my family who fought on the beaches of Normandy during WWII – a war which WAS truly WARRANTED and NECESSARY! I wasn’t raised to run with my tail between my knees Tom so don’t give me your disgusting “there gonna beat you to death if your itsy bitsy Italian skin shows by a millionth of an inchy-pooh” TOM! My father fought in WWII and is completely against the war in Iraq! Are you going to call him a flip-flopper Tom? Are you? My father, a man who was drafted right out of high school and fought in an HONOURABLE WAR was also against the VN war and is now against this war in Iraq! You want to call him, an honourable decorated veteran, a man who is a lifelong Democrat that he is a flip-flopper because he doesn’t support the war in Iraq – TOM? Huh? Bring it on baby!

And Tom if you are so holy and wonderful, such a red-blooded patriot, then why haven’t you volunteered your Republican arse for the military? Are you in Iraq right now? Now then, if you are healthy and of military age and you love your country SO much and are so WORRIED about the bloody terrorist coming here to put your women in Moslem zoot suits – then why aren’t you in Iraq doing your bit – huh? Why aren’t you out there killing those insurgents, why aren’t you handing out candy to Iraqi children performing American goodwill – huh Tom? Put your money where your mouth is baby. This is one Democrat that isn’t going to put up with your dilly-dally doodle dingers buddy! You have the wrong impression if you think every Democrat is a mamby-pamby Tom. I bet you sit like the Wizard of Oz behind this screen shaking in your boots terrorized by the fact that some wild-eyed Moslem terrorist might break through your college window one night and take you hostage. You coward! Mr. Young and Healthy – go to Iraq and put your Republican raunchy dumb ass on the chopping block OKAY!

ENOUGH IS ENOUGH of you Republicans!

Written By Hope on October 2nd, 2004 @ 9:36 pm

Hope, you little maniac. Settle down. I am a Democrat. No war is more HONORABLE than the next. Just because your daddy fought in WWII did not make it an HONORABLE WAR. Daddy might be an HONORABLE SOLDIER, but that does make his war more honorable. Both of my grandfathers fought in WWI, and most of my uncles fought in WWII and Korea. My father was too young for Korea and to old for Nam. I was too young for Nam, and too old for the Persian Gulf.

You were all for going into Afghanistan and blowing those people away when it was warranted. What did the people of Afghanistan do to little HopeLESS that she wanted to blow them away? Most of what you said about me is wrong, which points to your cluelessness. I have to wonder if what you said about daddy is wrong. I am 42 years old, I have a plate and seven pins in my ankle. Not quite soldier material. You have NO CLUE as to what practicing Muslims believe should happen to you. My cousin has divorced her Muslim husband. She converted to the Muslim religion, went to mosque, the whole nine yards. And she talks of a religion practiced right here in the heart of Chicago that believes you are to be converted or killed. What would you be screaming if people were walking into cafes blowing themselves, like they do in Isreal everyday. You would be screaming that Bush is not doing enough to protect your little ass. Well, to understand that these people want us dead. I would rather fight them over there now, than to have my sons fight them over here, later.

As for your daddy being against this war. Just because he fought in one does not make him an expert on war. Here is one for you, I lost my entire New York office on 9/11. Did you lose anyone on 9/11? HUH? HUH? COME ON BABY! BRING IT ON!

On 9/11 I was in Chicago talking to a guy on a cell phone in my New York office as he told me to tell his wife and kids that he loved them after he tried to contact his wife who had her cell phone off. 3,000 people died that day. Civilians. People going about there everyday life. Who killed them? Radical Muslims. And Poppa War Hero does not think it is justified? You think the war in Afghanistan was WARRANTED, and you are against the war in Iraq? ENOUGH said HopeLESS.

Written By tomocius on October 5th, 2004 @ 7:13 am

Hi Tom,
Okay so I went a little batty on my last post. My apologies. That was not the best energy to put out on this medium.

Yes I did lose friends in New York, but I think we all lost a lot on 9/11.

Written By Hope on October 8th, 2004 @ 10:37 pm

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