December 28, 2006
This Is Priceless
Our troops pretty much told Kerry what they think of him by not telling him anything at all.
H/T James Taranto
Posted by Seth at December 28, 2006 12:14 AM
John Kerry visiting the troops is an insult to them. But they got him back in a perfect way.
Posted by: Always On Watch at December 28, 2006 03:59 AM
It's great that everyone welcomed Bill O'Reilly and treated Kerry like the treasonous, anti-military, anti-American flotsam he is.
The fact that he even went over there -- in view of the slandering he's given our service personnel ever since his return from his fraudulently abbreviated tour of Vietnam, shows what a clueless buffoon he is.
This is why I have as little respect for Massachusettes residents as I do -- as far as I'm concerned, any voting body that would reelect a John Kerry is as mentally inferior as the French.
What did the ketchup lady's male wife expect, adulation from the troops who are "stuck" in Iraq?
And this jerk wants to be the President of the United States... Worse, the Democrats supported that in 2004 -- that says a lot about today's Democrats, doesn't it?
Posted by: Seth at December 28, 2006 04:36 AM
I'm surprised they didn't slip something in the food! His trip was to cover his political backside after his stupid remarks during the campaign. Everybody including the troops that he claimed are dumb saw through it. He's a moron and should fade into oblivion.
Posted by: Ken Taylor at December 28, 2006 07:23 AM
By the way I borrowed the pic for my site and did a contrast between President Ford, a great American and John Kerry a sorry American.
Posted by: Ken Taylor at December 28, 2006 08:50 AM
He is so popular with the troops. Man o Man. We need to keep that picture around in case he is renominated.
Posted by: Shoprat at December 28, 2006 01:54 PM
"For dizzirt, Mister Carry, we Irak-stuck sojurs have, specailly fer yoo, Exlax ala mode."
Welcome to the pic, I'll be over there for a look-see in a moment, LOL.
Next time out, if Kerry runs, those absentee ballots from the troops will probably pour in like a tsunami. He is the ultimate joke.
Posted by: Seth at December 28, 2006 04:25 PM
Wow, we all just couldnt resist this pic today LMAO!
He's washed up. He may as well just go back to the Senate and do whatever it is he does there to muck things up.
His Presidential run is toast!
Where the heck are the Swift Boat Vets?
Posted by: MariesTwoCents at December 28, 2006 04:59 PM
The cold shoulder Jacques Kerry got from the troops probably warmed the hearts of the Swiftboat Vets, a new generation of American military personnel maligned by Kerry letting him, and America, know what the Armed Forces think of him.
He's lucky he lives in the U.S. -- in a lot of 3rd World countries, when leaders make the military angry, generals tend to institute abrupt changes of government.
Posted by: Seth at December 28, 2006 06:58 PM
"Where the heck are the Swift Boat Vets?"
My guess is trying to make up a hero record for that veteran O'Reilly. Which is difficult, considering he was a French (spit!) teacher for
two years. He IS an accurate newsman, however,
especially when he identified Rush Limbaugh as an entertainer, not a journalist. The SBV guys
are currently examining his spat with George Cluny to see if he qualifies for a silver star!
Posted by: BB-Idaho at December 28, 2006 07:06 PM
O'Reilly taught French (spit!) for 2 years? There's something I didn't know! However, he's done his penance by standing up for America in a vigorous way, unlike the bulk of his colleagues.
I love it when he has Ann Coulter on his show, debating a liberal.
And he is an enemy of George Clooney and Al Franken. To borrow from Islam, "Mine enemy's enemy..."
Rush is an entertainer, but, in the words of Geronimo, Cochise and many other great Indian warriors, "he speakum truth".
It really says a lot about a member of Congress when he is ignored by our military personnel and in his stead, they honor a member of the Fourth Estate. They understand that they do not have his support, that in fact he's one of those back home who are responsible for many of their comrades being crippled or dying and for the lack of governmental resolve to allow them to do what they have to in order to achieve victory.
Posted by: Seth at December 28, 2006 08:05 PM
Seth: "The schmuck!"
Why go out of your way and insult schmucks by including Kerry with them?
Posted by: GM Roper at December 28, 2006 08:20 PM
You have a good point.
I was actually trying to employ restraint and be as polite to Kerry as was humanly possible, and "schmuck" was the most polite thing I could come up with on short notice.
I do, however, apologize to schmucks everywhere, no offense intended. :-)
Posted by: Seth at December 28, 2006 08:49 PM
Silence can sometimes be deafening, and speak volumes of clarity... Kerry, go suck ketchup!
Posted by: Gawfer at December 28, 2006 09:10 PM
The silence was very definitely deafening for Kerry. You have to wonder what he was thinking when he went to Iraq -- like he expected the troops he encountered to swarm all over him with admiration and cheerful applause or something.
That guy is so out of touch, he's beyond pathetic.
I bet he now wishes he'd restricted his visiting to the enemy, LOL.
Posted by: Seth at December 28, 2006 11:24 PM
I-John-Kerry is an arrogant elitist ass, an embarrassment to the uniform he once wore, and an oxygen thief... and those are his good attributes. The troops know how to deal with an enemy, oh, yes they do! God bless them everyone!
And Happy New Year to you Seth!
Posted by: Old Soldier at December 30, 2006 12:25 PM
Old Soldier --
Hopefully, even given the degree of leftist moonbatism that has infested our great nation, Kerry's White House ambitions have become a pipe dream, leaving him only his wingnut constituency in Massachusettes to keep his sorry, treasonous hindquarters in any kind of public office.
That said, Happy New Year to you and your family.
Posted by: Seth at December 31, 2006 12:28 AM
Kerry who? Serves that waste of skin right.
Happy New Year! to you and yours Seth.
Posted by: ABF at December 31, 2006 09:27 AM
It's a good thing you live in the Great White North, LOL! If it weren't for you being there, we'd export the ketchup gigolo to Ottawa, but we know you guys have enough wingnuts to deal with as it is. :-)
Happy New Year to you and yours, as well.
Posted by: Seth at December 31, 2006 01:41 PM
One picture is worth a thousand words!
Great photo and thanks for the laugh!
Belated Happy New Year, Seth! I'm finally back!
Posted by: atheling2 at January 7, 2007 12:04 PM
I was surprised to find, after I ran into the pick via a link from Taranto's Best of the Web today and linked to it, that it was spread all across the Blogosphere.
See what you miss when you go on vacation, LOL!?
Posted by: Seth at January 8, 2007 08:01 AM