SharksWithLasers -- Seth Cooper

A CUTTING-EDGE BLOG FOR THE WORLD OF THE 21st CENTURY, Currently operated by Seth L. Cooper, a 27 year-old attorney in Seattle (sethlcooper at comcast dot net)

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

LIMBAUGH LAMBASTS KERRY: A PRE-STATE OF THE UNION REMINDER. David Limbaugh has some tough and entirely deserved words for Senator John Kerry (who, by the way, served in Vietnam) and his recent performance on Meet the Press. Limbaugh's column is aptly entitled "Kerry Reminds Voters Why They Rejected Him."

Expect Sen. Kerry and Teddy to continue making frequent resorts to the looney bin of left-liberalism for their ideas and media attacks in the coming months and years. Democratic reforms are on the march in Iraq, and Sen. Kerry and his pals are hopelessly wedded to a supposed "mulitlateral" ideology that can't handle this fact.

Limbaugh dissects Sen. Kerry's silliness and offers a few gems in the process. They include the following paragraph:

We should rejoice at their unequivocal affirmation of the universal human longing for freedom. Their enthusiastic embracement of the democratic process stands as a disciplinary repudiation of those glibly contending that certain cultures, such as Islamic ones, are inherently unreceptive to self-rule.

And the one that follows:

If 72 percent of the registered Iraqi voters had cast their ballots in a completely risk-free climate, we would be shouting to the rooftops with glee. But every single voter went to the polls knowing he or she could be killed. Does this not put the lie to the endless refrain that the Iraqi people reject us as "occupiers" instead of welcoming us as "liberators"? You can't tell me the Iraqi people aren't supportive of America's action in deposing Saddam Hussein when three fourths of them chose to participate in the democratic process.


Kerry came up a loser in the election. If something positive can be said about him, its that he's at least being consistent. He's still acting like a loser. And a sore one at that. Al Gore has company.

(Downtown Seattle, WA)

1 Comments:

  • At 1:14 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Mark says...

    Try again Mr. Kerry. I'm sure once you decide which side of Teddy (left or left) you want to stand on, American will finally feel bad for reducing you to nothing more than Pundit in Chief!

     

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