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October 11, 2006

Democrat Kerry Speaks of Killing The Bird At 1600 Pennsylvania

After telling Maher that he ( Kerry) and his wife went to Vermont to celebrate her birthday, Kerry has this exchange with Maher.

Maher: “You could have went to New Hampshire and killed 2 birds with one stone.”

Kerry: “I could have gone to 1600 Pennsylvania and killed the real bird with one stone.”

Wild Thing's comment.......

Democrats, all of them are the lowest of the low! I will never forgive how the left gets away with this kind of shit and they do it time and again. Cindy Sheehan said the same about killing Bush, only even more direct in her wording. Does she get in trouble for this or does Kerry? Hell NO!
People used to be arrested for threatening the President of the United States.

* Stop the ACLU

Posted by Wild Thing at October 11, 2006 01:55 AM


What a love fest. Those two do think alike. If Maher had enough money Kerry would marry him and they would spend a weekend in Vermont.

A primary in 08 between Kerry and Hillary would sure not be a love fest. Kerry might really qualify for a few purple hearts.

Hey John, we are still waiting on your promised Form 180!

Posted by: TomR at October 11, 2006 04:25 AM

It’s unacceptable under any circumstance, even under the guise of comedy. It illustrates the class war taking place between those with class and those, the Dems, without.

Posted by: aAC at October 11, 2006 08:35 AM

I posted about this yesterday on another site. In the short amount of time Kerry was allowed to speak, he sure gave us enough ammo to ensure he could never be taken seriously ever again.

Maher kept claiming that Kerry always seemed to have the 'right answer', so why can't he win?

Kerry explained that he put his faith in the truth, he thought the truth was the 'best bet', then he said, as it turned out it was the wrong bet and he won't make that mistake again.

So.......From now on, Kerry has basically admitted that he will lie. I hope someone saves that clip for 08.

This "Presidential Candidate" said 'he's not worried about Europe'.

He said the republicans always play the 'fear card', there's nothing to fear, there have been no ALERTS since the last election.

Well, if Mr. Kerry paid attention to Europe he'd remember the recent arrests in London that short circuited what may have been an attack larger than 911. Apparently, HE doesn't fly coach so what does he care !!!

I could go on and on..

and Maher....!!!!!!!!!...he makes me puke.

Maher has the gall to try and prompt Kerry to call Bush a draft dodger and deserter. Yes, Mr. Proud American himself has the goddamn nerve to call the President a draft dodger and deserter!!!!

Mr Maher never served in the military. Instead, he uses his pulpit to make comments like, "WE"RE THE COWARDS HERE SHOOTING CRUISE MISSILES", when he defended the 911 hijackers as being "BRAVE".

Talk about killing two birds with one stone, you could have used a big rock yesterday to take care of these two !!!!!!


Posted by: Billy at October 11, 2006 08:47 AM

Tom, me too, I am still waiting for Kerry's 180. What a horrible person he is.

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 11, 2006 10:46 AM

aAC I agree, it sure is and they have none.

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 11, 2006 10:47 AM

Billy great comment, thank you so much!

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 11, 2006 10:52 AM

After all, Mad Jack Kerry is good at killing people. He shot a naked, fleeing Vietnamese kid in the back. Whatever you think of the VC, I wouldn't have done that.

Mad Jack also shot up a sampan with an M-60, killing a Vietnamese family who, for all practical purposes, were not identifiable as VC. This he did without making any attempt to ID the occupants of the boat.

The he shot his M-79 into a muddy riverbank, trying to kill the dirt, and clipped himself with shrapnel, for which he claimed a Purple Heart. You can't make this stuff up.

Posted by: Rhod at October 11, 2006 12:02 PM

Rhod, thank you for your input about Kerry. He is a vile person. You are right his saying what he did about Bush is nothing new to how he is as a person and has always been like that.

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 11, 2006 01:23 PM

Kerry, didn't he serve on the PT109 and was almost court marshalled for dereliction by Halsey? Sorry wrong Kerry, he's the Cambodian Kerry the one who can't divulge his DD214 due to his classified solo mission. Both Democrats turned out to be heroes. With the right publicity (media conspiracy) history has been rewritten.

Posted by: Jack at October 11, 2006 02:39 PM

Jack, excellent! yes sir re sir you are absolutely right!

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 11, 2006 03:55 PM


Kerry's got his Magic Hat to prove he was in Cambodia. I think he calls it his "chapeau magique".

Posted by: Rhod at October 11, 2006 07:03 PM

That vid clip needs to be broadcast in every GOP commercial til November. Then dug up again for 08.

Posted by: raz0r at October 11, 2006 09:51 PM

Metaphor: a figure of speech in which a term or phrase is applied to something to which it is not literally applicable in order to suggest a resemblance, as in “A mighty fortress is our God.”

It was a play on "kill 2 birds with one stone".

Get a life.

Posted by: pilk00 at October 11, 2006 10:28 PM

pilk00 I think not.

And God is a mighty fortress or maybe your god is just a man made thingie that has human failings. Mine does not.

Now go sit in the corner till your loyalty check arrives from the DNC.

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 11, 2006 11:21 PM


"Get a life"? Cliche - "a trite phrase or expression...the idea expressed by it...a hackneyed theme or sitatuion". Get a brain.

Posted by: Rhod at October 12, 2006 06:56 AM

Touche, Rhod.

But kiss both houses goodbye next month :)

I knew once the GOP controlled all the major branches of government that it was just a matter of time before they would self destruct.

And it's pure poetry that a gay republican has nailed the final nail in the coffin - after Bush's extreme religious wackos put him back in the White House in '04 with all the well-timed anti- gay marriage initiatives.

Posted by: pilk00 at October 12, 2006 08:45 PM

pilk00........LMAO so that is what you base your vote on? If a politician is pro gay or not. That is just too funny.

And know what,there will never be any gay republican that nails our Republican party. There are way too many other things that are much more important regarding America that a Republican cares about then some idiot gay republican.

But look at your party, the party of Ted Kennedy, Barney wanna be a woman Frank, Harry " I stopped the Patriot Act Reid, Conyers, Pelosi,Howard screamer Dean,John I am a commie Kerry, ABSCAM Murtha, Michael how can I lie next about our soldiers Moore, Cindy I never liked my son Sheehan, Code Pink paying the terrorists to kill our troops, Hanoi Jane Fonda........ just too hilarious what slime you have in your "how can we destroy America party" of DemoRATS.

Now go do your homework I think your parents might not like you not studying for school.

Posted by: Wild Thing at October 13, 2006 01:09 AM

Jane call home 1-800 555 HANOI!!Bill Maher now
there is a class act,remove the cl and you have
it...As for the MSM a little one sided you say?

Check this out...

The Mark Foley instant-messaging scandal is playing out like a massive October Surprise for Democrats. On Wednesday’s Good Morning America, ABC News anchor Christopher Cuomo spoke insistently: "Less than a month before the elections and the Mark Foley scandal just keeps growing." Reporter Jake Tapper added: "This is the scandal that will not go away."

To measure the aggression of TV assignment editors on the Foley story, MRC analysts counted the number of stories devoted to the scandal and the repetitive insistence that Republicans are in deep political danger and may need GOP leaders to resign. On the ABC, CBS, and NBC morning and evening news programs, from the story’s emergence on Friday night, September 29, through Wednesday morning, October 11, the Big Three networks have aired 152 stories. (A fraction of the stories were brief anchor updates.) The breakdown:

ABC: 50 (World News, 20; Good Morning America, 30.)
CBS: 46 (CBS Evening News, 15; The Early Show, 31.)
NBC: 56 (NBC Nightly News, 20; Today, 36.)
Is this feeding frenzy what the networks would do for any scandal where a middle-aged Congressman is caught talking dirty to a teenager? No. Consider the case of Rep. Mel Reynolds (D-Illinois). In 1994, Reynolds was indicted over a consensual sexual relationship with a girl named Beverly Heard, beginning when she was 16. Heard testified that Reynolds gave her cash at each meeting and supplied her with his pager number and apartment keys.

In taped phone conversations, they even plotted group sex with a 15-year-old Catholic high school girl Heard had said wanted to have sex with him. Reynolds responded on tape: "Did I win the Lotto?" He asked Heard to take naked photos of the girl. He was indicted on August 21, 1994, and convicted on August 23, 1995 on 12 counts of sexual assault, obstruction of justice, and solicitation of child pornography. Here’s how the same networks handled that congressional sex scandal.

The 1994 indictment of Reynolds (total: three stories): ABC: zero. CBS: two (one anchor brief in the evening, another one in the morning). NBC: one evening story.

The 1995 conviction of Reynolds on all 12 counts (total: 16 stories): ABC: one. CBS: five (one evening anchor brief, three morning briefs, and a full morning story). NBC: 10 (one evening anchor brief, six morning anchor briefs, a morning story, and two morning interview segments).

Please note that this adds up to 19 stories over more than a year, not 12 days. If the Foley story advanced to an indictment, how many more hundreds of stories will these three networks air?

There are obviously some differences in the two sex scandals. Foley’s Web interactions were with a congressional page, while Mel Reynolds was dealing with a minor in private. But Foley’s scandal is based on sex talk, while Reynolds not only had an active sex life with one teen, he was trying to add more teen sex partners.

There’s one obvious similarity: Reynolds was in the Democratic majority in 1994. The networks did not erupt in a frenzy asking: what did Speaker Thomas Foley do to protect the children? When would Democrats force Reynolds to resign? No one did. He was re-elected in 1994.

In the fall of 1994, with the ethical scandals hanging over Democrats, like the indictment of crooked Rep. Dan Rostenkowski (who did not resign, but ran for re-election), the Reynolds scandal might have had partisan resonance. But the networks weren’t interested in that kind of partisan resonance. — Tim Graham

Posted by: Tincan Sailor at October 14, 2006 03:58 PM