John Kerry: Reporting for Duty in 2008?
I gave two grand to John Kerry in 2004—the max personal donation in a presidential race. I wanted Bush out and I dug deep, gave until it hurt, put my money where my big mouth was, etc. In return for my money I got was one lousy meal in a hotel ballroom, a terrible presidential candidate, and my name on every Dem’s mailing list. Today the AP reports that Kerry “never stopped running” for President, and that his “campaign Web site boasts of an online army of 3 million supporters.ā€¯
I haven’t looked around Kerry’s website, but I suspect that my two grand also bought me the honor of being counted among his three million supporters.
Well, I ain’t.
You had your chance, John, and you blew it. You were less capable of articulating your ideas than George W. Bush, a man who can barely speak English. And when the Swift Boat veterans went after your military service, you didn’t dignify their attack with a response. What you communicated to the country was this: Here’s a man who won’t defend himself, how can you trust him to defend you? It cost you the election—and perhaps rightly so.
Fuck off, John. In 2008 only Dems who can fight back and fight furiously are going to be taken seriously.