KerryHaters was first to blog on the Christmas-in-Cambodia lie, way back on May 21. Too bad the elite media hadn't cast their net widely enough. They'd have had a scoop long ago.--Hugh Hewitt

Our friends Pat and Kitty at Kerry Haters deserve the blog equivalent of a Pulitzer for their coverage of Kerry's intricate web of lies regarding Vietnam.--Crush Kerry

Friday, January 28, 2005
This Post Cracked Me Up

Molten Thought has a post on innocents in Cuba that should provide amusement. Be sure to check out the rest of this smart, new blog. Wordgirl and Teflon find interesting topics and comment on them with wit and intelligence.
The New McGovern

Despite the fawning tone of this article, that's Kerry's fate:

But Sen. John Kerry, after brooding about his loss for a few months, seems determined to be different, and he has a platform to do so. The Massachusetts Democrat is the first sitting senator in 32 years - the last was George McGovern - to return to the Senate after losing a presidential election.

Kerry is carving out a role for himself as the Bush administration's critic-in-chief on Capitol Hill. He is one of 13 senators - one of only two on the Foreign Relations Committee - to vote against Condoleezza Rice's nomination as secretary of state.
Who'll Stop McCain?

Pat Hynes asks the question.

I've been saying for years that if Dick Cheney ran on the ticket in 2004, it was a dead giveaway that Jeb is running in 2008.
Thursday, January 27, 2005

Kerry'$ Money Pit

Looks like the gigalo and silky pony owe us some money! I am talking hundreds of thousands of dollars...find out why here.

How hard do you think Russert will press on election subjects that Russert couldn't ask him since his last interview in April 2004 (i.e. our heros: the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth)?

Let me know here.
Wednesday, January 26, 2005
Old Friend, New Website

Our buddy John Ruberry, who scooped the world on the story of Kerry's Boston Marathon lie on his old blog, Blue States for Bush, is now blogging as the Marathon Pundit. Although I am sure that he will be mentioning his running at times, most of the posts up there now are about Midwest politics, including the Wisconsin ballot fraud issues and the State of Illinois' fiscal woes.

this is an audio post - click to play

Tuesday, January 25, 2005
Kerry Hater to Run for Kerry's Seat?

Jerome Corsi, the less-famous of the two authors of Unfit for Command (John O'Neill was the other; we'll assume that Corsi did most of the writing) plans to move to Massachusetts and run against Kerry for his Senate seat.

I might be in favor of his candidacy, but this part concerns me:

He told the Herald his "strong first choice" is to run as a Republican, but he would run as an independent if the party does not back him.

Of course, as an independent he would be hindering the cause of defeating Nuancy Boy. We'll see how this one plays out; Kerry's seat is not up until 2008.

Does Mutha Teraaaaaaaza call him “A jewel”?
Will John Kerry run again? The ball is in Teresa's hands
Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry may want to consider running for president again in 2008. But his wife, local ketchup heiress Teresa Heinz Kerry of Fox Chapel, has made it clear she won't sit still for another campaign.
"It's a once-in-a-lifetime thing," an unidentified Heinz Kerry friend told the Boston Herald. "Teresa will never do it again."
Not necessarily, said Jeff Lewis, a Heinz Kerry spokesman.
"Teresa Heinz is too smart to say that," he said. "She campaigned her heart out, as did her husband ... it was hard work and a great experience and we'll just go from there."
According to the Herald, sources say Heinz Kerry went into a deep funk after President George Bush was re-elected -- especially because her husband came so close to victory.
"She was angry and hugely disappointed and (ticked) off," the Heinz Kerry friend told the Herald. "She wanted to win so badly."

Monday, January 24, 2005
The Kerry Un-Augural

The Swiftees held a little party the other day to celebrate the defeat of John Kerry.

"These men literally changed history, because I believe that without Vietnam Veterans across the country taking a stand for the truth, this election would have gone otherwise, there is no doubt in my mind," said Carlton Sherwood, producer of the documentary "Stolen Honor," which details Kerry's "betrayal" of U.S. servicemen fighting in Vietnam.

The MVPs of the Stop Kerry effort, as I put it the day after the election.

Burkett noted that much of the media still does not give the Vietnam Veterans who opposed Kerry the respect he believes they deserve.

"The mainstream media is still saying the Swift Boat Veterans were completely discredited. Nobody has ever discredited anything the Swift Boat Veterans presented. You will see that type of phrase in column after column and articled after article and it's just totally bunk," Burkett said.


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Hat Tip: Kitty
Ankle-Biting Pundits Launches

Our buddies Patrick Hynes and the Writing Partner (now known as the Bulldog Pundit) are noshing on liberal ankles at their new home, after having successfully Crushed Kerry.
Sunday, January 23, 2005
Kerry In the Limelight

NY Times soft-focus:

He had a prominent seat - front but not quite center - at Thursday's inaugural ceremony, where he gamely smiled when the Republican crowd on the National Mall booed his image on the giant television screen. Earlier in the week, he made headlines with his aggressive questioning of Condoleezza Rice, President Bush's nominee for secretary of state, and his announcement that he would vote against her.

Ah, yes, the wonderful moment where Kerry tied Barbara Boxer for the nuttiest senator on the Foreign Relations Committee. But, just to remind us:

The last losing presidential contender to return to a prominent job in Washington was George McGovern, the Democratic senator who lost to Richard Nixon in 1972. Defeated presidents and vice presidents - Jimmy Carter, George H. W. Bush and Al Gore among them - quietly retreated to private life. Bob Dole, the Republican former senator who lost to President Clinton in 1996, became a pitchman for Viagra and Pepsi. Michael Dukakis, who lost to the first George Bush in 1988, went back to being governor of Massachusetts and wound up a pariah in his own party.

That is a fate Mr. Kerry wants to avoid. So he is reintroducing himself to Americans in a way calculated to keep his political fortunes alive.

Look, John, this is pretty simple. It's not the Super Bowl, where folks get a crack at it every year. Ben Roethlisberger will get another chance. John Kerry will not.
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