Thursday, November 02, 2006

Quotable Quotes

How could John Kerry, born into privilege, and then marrying and divorcing and marrying out of and back into greater inherited wealth, lecture anyone at a city college about the ingredients for success in America? If he were to give personal advice about making it, it would have to be to marry rich women. -- Victor Davis Hanson



Blogger RightinFlorida said...

Actually, that's the kind of advice I could have used myself. Well, the real advice I needed was how to find those wealthy women and how to woo them on a pauper's salary. Fortunately I did okay...well, except for the money part. Come to think of it, there's no advice I'd take from Kerry. (Welcome back!)

6:02 PM  
Anonymous billo said...

Welcome back! Good to see you posting again.

7:02 PM  
Blogger Norma said...

Welcome back to blogging. And thanks for the Hanson comment. I'd missed that one.

7:11 PM  
Blogger Asbestos Dust said...

Welcome back!

As to the quote:

The fact that John Kerry is taken seriously by any segment of the Democratic Party pretty much says it all, and is yet another reason that I'll be voting Republican.


Even in the face of some serious problems with the direction the Republicans are going, and which I will be addressing SOON, the Democratic Party has failed to make any slightest headway out of their 60's-style Berkeley-radical-chic identity swamp.

Here's a shocker for ya: They had a shot with me in this election. I was waiting for even one to come along with something useful to say.

They blew it, and you can believe that the Kerry fuckup, while symptomatic of the problems they have, was not the deciding factor. In fact, it did nothing but confirm their continued reliance on elitist, leftist socialism as the guiding principle of their Party, which had, frankly, been crystal clear for some months prior to the speech.

How many have you heard on the newschannels in the last couple of weeks Dems running for office chuckling and shaking their heads and proclaiming that "John Kerry is not a Party Leader."

Good God, do even THEY think they can get by with that line of crap? John Kerry is the very DEFINITION of the Democratic Party, and until they find a way to fix THAT, they will ALWAYS be the enemy.

They just don't get it. Most of America is neither confined within the narrow freakshow of the Beltway, nor hanging out at Barbara Streisand concerts.

A clue for the Dems: Americans don't LIKE you, assholes. Any gains you make are because they don't much like the other side either, but if you're under the impression that your ideas are gaining ground, you're in for a nasty shock.

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4:57 PM  
Blogger doyle said...

Thanks for the ‘Welcome back'! Blogging will still be sporadic as I slog through the piles (and piles) of paperwork stacked (???) On the dining room table. It seems every time I get one form done it generates five more.

As for the Dems claiming Kerry is not their party's leader . . . funny how that designation has always before been assumed without question by the presidential candidate it had selected.

Kerry is a pompous ass. A supercilious elitist who ‘s a legend in his own mind. He can yammer away all he wants trying to explain away his latest gaff. Imagine, though, if Kerry had been elected prez. As this country's leader with his insufferable self-indulgence, he would personify the Ugly-American image many in the world mistakenly have of us all.

Kerry flunks the "global test."

4:42 PM  

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