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Although I am doing my best to enjoy a day off, great weather where I am, etc, I clicked on PuffPo and saw this:

I am cynical enough to consider that Kerry upped with the military with future political ambitions in mind, but when he spouts stuff like this, I start thinking--dude, who put that viagra in your ketchup?

Of course, I recalled Dubya's cowboy call to the terrorists, but interestingly enough, didn't remember that Dubya used it against Kerry in the presidential campaign.

The first thing that came up on The Bing or The Google was this comment from the Democratic Underground:

"Bush "you can run but you can't hide"

Is anyone else extremely disconcerted by President Bush's new campaign slogan for Kerry "you can run but you can't hide"?. It is very scary to hear a president use the same threatening rhetoric on his own people that he uses for terrorists. I did not know when he stated "you are either for us or against us" this also covered opionions about his administration. His anger during the debates when anyone challenged him was evident and even extended to the moderator who he angrily ignored if he got in the way. A president who believes he is above the rules and refuses to be truthful with the American people and equates political opponents with terrorism is the greatest threat to true democracy.

Also he has been saying this about Al Queda and Bin Laden - both who appear to be doing quite well and avoiding capture.

Whats with this gunslinger mentality and rhetoric?"


Kerry was embarrassing enough when he put on the hunting shtick
during the campaign, but he's been even odder since he's become SOS.


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