August 10, 2004

Dogs and cats living together

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So say I based on this article. Excerpt:

Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry said on Monday he would have voted for the congressional resolution authorizing force against Iraq even if he had known then no weapons of mass destruction would be found.

::cough-coughbullshitcoungh-cought::

I think that John Kerry, like Teddy Roosevelt, is going to inspire a stuffed animal. Kerry's will be called the Pander Bear.

Update: Neal Boortz has a similar response:

Yesterday while campaigning at the Grand Canyon (no doubt stumping for the foreign tourist vote,) The Poodle said that he would have voted for the use-of-force resolution against Iraq even if he had know there would be no weapons of mass destruction found. Say what?

You've got to be kidding me. This is pretty rich. So let's get this straight: sKerry goes to the Fleet Center a couple of weeks ago, makes his speech accepting the Democratic presidential nomination and in his acceptance speech accuses the president of misleading the country into a war to remove Saddam Hussein. Then, a few weeks later, he tells us he would have done the same thing. Welcome to Splitting Hairs 101. Unbelievable.

He also includes this handy, dandy image as a reminder:

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