Thursday, October 14, 2004


Let The Show Begin

As usual the post debate broohaha is not about the important issues brought forth, the legitimate questions asked or the essential topics that ought to be discussed. Instead, items of debate following the actual debate are insignificant and tired quips about what the motives of a candidate were, or how that particular candidate looked.

Republican's are furious about John Kerry bringing up the sexual orientation of Dick Cheney's daughter. She's gay. Gay. Gay. Gay. Everyone knows that. John Kerry brought it up to infuriate Bush's base and try to divide the party. It won't work, but whose to say he can't try?

The New York Times ran a piece today about the "big controversy".
As for what was said on Wednesday night, perhaps the most emotional reaction was from Mary Cheney's mother. "I did have a chance to assess John Kerry once more," Lynne Cheney said at a post-debate rally in Coraopolis, Pa. "And the only thing I could conclude is this is not a good man. This is not a good man. And of course, I am speaking as a mom and a pretty indignant mom. This is not a good man. What a cheap and tawdry political trick."

DICK CHENEY'S WIFE is probably the last person I would expect to say anything about dirty politics. That's like John Gotti's wife saying she doesn't know anything about the mob.

Ofcourse, the Kerry camp had Mrs. Pretend-to-be-naive's counterpart do a little dirty work too.
Senator Edward's wife, Elizabeth, said in an ABC radio interview that Mrs. Cheney had overreacted. "I think that it indicates a certain degree of shame with respect to her daughter's sexual preferences," Mrs. Edwards said. "It makes me really sad that that's Lynne's response."

Great. Why don't we just get them to mud-wrestle until the election. Throw in the Bush Twins too.

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