Kerry Channels….Wesley Clark?

Has moonbat courtin’ potential veep Wesley Clark been advising John Kerry on how to fire up an audience full of Democrats? If so, it would explain this…

“Speaking on a live local broadcast at a campaign stop in Toledo, Ohio in front of 300 people, Kerry blasted Bush for being an illegitimately elected president in 2000 when he was “selected” by the U.S. Supreme Court.

When an elderly Democratic voter in the audience accused Vice President Dick Cheney of murdering women and children in Iraq for the sake of oil profits, Kerry responded by saying, “I know exactly where you’re coming from.”

Kerry added, “I know where that anger comes from, I know where the frustration comes from.”

Do you know what would have been just tooooo sweeeeeeet? If someone from the audience could have followed up Kerry’s response to the “oil profits guy” with…

“If you think we’re murdering women and children in Iraq for oil profits, why did you vote for it?”

Then of course we’d get the whole “Well….not my vote, it was the families vote…uh, did you know I fought in Vietnam….I voted for the funds in Iraq before I voted against them…are you part of the Republican attack machine?”

Ah, smell the NUANCE!

And the “selected not elected” thing has always killed me. Bush wins two machine votes, wins an unconstitutional recount ordered by a runaway state court that was rewriting the rules of the election after it happened, and even wins the media recounts after the fact, but four years there are still Democrats running around whining that he was “selected not elected”. Come on, the guy playing the world’s tiniest violin for you is getting tired, his fingers are bleeding, he wants to go home to his wife, so give it a rest already.

This sort of unpresidential tripe is part of the reason why so many voters don’t like Kerry…

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