June 09, 2004

Wictory Wednesday

The passing of Reagan has rightfully replaced all of the current campaign bickering in the media. Soon though, the onslaught of he said/he said/I did NOT!/He did TOO! will begin again. Someone in the Kerry campaign will accuse Bush and the Republicans of roasting small children over campfires. The Bush people will respond with ads describing Kerry's voting record. And then the Kerry people will run around screaming about the negative attacks on their candidate. Funny how illustrating someone's past is considered going negative while relentless personal assaults is considered within bounds. Look, I'm no neophyte here. Politics is a rough and tumble, brass knuckles business. If you can't handle the truth about your past, then you have a few choices:

1) Change your past. Say hi to Christopher Lloyd for me while you're there.

2) Own up to your past and mention that there are some things that you would probably do differently now, having made the mistakes of callow youth in the past.

3) State that you support every single decision/statement that you've ever made and let the chips fall where they may. Suck it up and be a mensch.

4) Run around screaming like a baby because someone has the unmitigated gall to accurately describe your record.

I leave it to the reader to decide which of the above choices describes the junior senator from Massachusetts.

Today is Wictory Wednesday. Every Wednesday I ask my readers to volunteer and/or donate to the Bush campaign if they haven't done so already. And if you have volunteered and donated, then get a friend to join you. It's the only way to defeat the lying liberal media.

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Comments

So... does Kerry own a DeLorean?

Posted by: Harvey at June 9, 2004 05:53 PM

I like talking shop with someone close to my age. People under the age of 30 are a little less likely to get the particulare reference. Good one, dude.

Posted by: physics geek at June 10, 2004 03:45 AM