"Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both." ~ Benjamin Franklin

Did he really mean this?

>> Tuesday, November 02, 2004

From the Opinion Journal:

Is This Really What He Means?

"If you believe, as I do, that America's best days are ahead of us, then join me tomorrow and change the direction of America."--John Kerry, campaigning in Milwaukee yesterday


4 comments:

Jen H 8:20 PM  

America's best days are ahead of us without a change in the Presidency. I don't think that's what he meant to say, or maybe he did mean it at the time. He says what he's been told will swing votes his way. I think he's trying to confuse people into voting for him!

Windjammer 8:35 AM  

Would that be what you call a "Freudian Slip"? I think so. I don't think this guy really believed a word he ever said. Now it's time to watch as Kerry slips out of the public eye to the dimension that swallowed up Mondale, Dukakis, Ferraro, and whoever else I forgot. Then, Michael Moore, Jon Bon Jovi, and Leonardo DiCaprio can go visit them permanently.

Jerry 8:42 AM  

Let's see. "America's best days are ahead of us - so let's avoid them! Vote for me!"

Sigh.

Reminds me of the genie in the Aladdin/Jaffar battle. "Jaffar, Jaffar, he's our man, if he can't win - GREAT!"

J.

Jody 10:14 AM  

John & Te-ray-zuh seem to have one thing in common- neither seems to think before speaking.

I,personally, think he said just what he meant. He knows he can't do the job, he just doesn't think the American people are smart enough to see it as well.

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