Posts Tagged ‘John Kerry’

Quote of the day

January 19, 2010

John Kerry on the Scott Brown rallies:

“I’m no stranger to hard fought campaigns, but what we’ve seen in the past few days is way over the line and reminiscent of the dangerous atmosphere of Sarah Palin’s 2008 campaign rallies. This is not how democracy works in Massachusetts.”

Really?  How does Democracy work then Senator Kerry?


The Goracle

January 29, 2009


In the midst of a mega ice storm and record lows all around the country, Al Gore went to Washington to give his “State of the Earth” address.  The Washington Post has a great article on this worth reading.

Some great portions of it:

John Kerry (D-Mass.), appealed to hear more of the Goracle’s premonitions. “Share with us, if you would, sort of the immediate vision that you see in this transformative process as we move to this new economy,” he beseeched.

Sen. James Risch (R-Idaho) begged the Goracle to look further into the future. “What does your modeling tell you about how long we’re going to be around as a species?” he inquired.

I have done plenty of posts on the myth of Global Warming and the scare  tactics used by Gore and others but it’s always fun to revisit it.  So, once again, we here at the Moratorium seek a moratorium on Al Gore and Global Warming.

More Jimmy Carter Gems

August 29, 2008

So, now Carter is ripping on McCain for “milking his POW experience…”. 

And John Kerry didn’t? 

What’s so funny is that the Democrats still hold him up as a great President.

Let’s get a moratorium on Jimmy Carter…PLEASE!

What is he so afraid of?

August 27, 2008

Seems that Obama is shaking in his booties concerning ads that, once again, highlight his association with the terrorist Bill Ayers.  Out in Denver, a nonprofit group (The American Issues Project) is running these ads and instead of just running a counter ad, Obama is actually trying to put pressure on stations running these ads to stop as well as on advertisers of those stations.  He has also sent letters to the Justice Department about it. 

Whine, whine, whine.  What, is he being “Swiftboated” just like Kerry?  Give me a break.  If it ain’t true, release all the information, come out with ads, get on TV and talk about but, just like Kerry, Obama would rather not talk about it, sweep it under the rug. 

I bet all you Obama folks out there just love this guy….all he does is trash America, consort with terrorists, proposes raising taxes, puts down capitalism, picks a VP who throws racial slurs around, is considered by many to be on par with Jesus and has the arrogance of some elite Hollywood celeb.  Yep, great candidate you got there.

What Are They Hiding?

August 19, 2008

So, National Review is looking to get some documents at the Daley Library at the University of IL at Chicago.  Obama and his, as he calls him, “just a neighbor” terrorist buddy Bill Ayers are both a part of the Chicago Annenberg Challenge foundation.  Obama is chairman of the board and Ayers is a founding member.  These documents could prove very embarrassing for Obama and might actually show he has stronger ties to Ayers then he admits.  But…suddenly, the documents that were pubic record are now being denied to National Review.  Hmmmm… 

Back in 1992 Bill Clinton would not release his medical records, John Kerry still has not released his full war record and now this with Obama.  Why is it that Democrats get away with hiding things yet, if this were John McCain, the press would be hounding to get this stuff released?

Beer Talk

July 9, 2008

“I woud rather have a conversation over a couple of beers than a glass of chardonnay.”

I just posted this comment on another blog and, well, felt sorta proud of myself.  After reading it, I really liked that quote.  It sums up the way I converse on the net and in person (a little).  I really disdain the whine and cheese variety of people.  Those who talk down to you.  Who, as you read what they wrote, you can feel their condescending attitude towards you.  The people who love to have conversations where they drop ten dollar words all the time.  Hey, I just want to have some fun and talk.  Sometimes I can be sarcastic but that is just how us beer drinkers talk.  🙂

In fact, I found a great article  on this on, of all places, the Huffington Post.  The author talks about how we are getting farther away from plain, simple ways of communicating and making it more difficult for people to figure out just what we are saying.  Instead of taking up a paragraph describing your point, wouldn’t two sentences work just as well?  Here is a great quote from someone in the comments section of that article:

“…excessive flowery language is usually a sign of either ignorance or deception.”

Yeah, I couldn’t have said it better myself. 

If you want a good example of this high and mighty sort of attitude, go and listen to John Kerry sometime. 

Let’s get a moratorium on wine talk and get more beer talk going!

Update:  For another example, see the comment in the post below this one.  lol.

Flip, Flop and Flip again

June 30, 2008

The left just can’t seem to get it straight in regards to military experience.  First, back in 1992, when the Republicans would hold up George Bush’s military record against Clinton’s draft dodging record, the left cried and bitched and moaned that you don’t have to have served to be President.  They went on and on that simply serving does NOT entitle you to be President.

In 2004 they went on and on and on about John Kerry and his military experience.  Dan Rather even went so far as to try to bring a sitting President down with fake documents about Bush.  Every chance, John Kerry would make sure people knew he was a Vet.  On and on and on the left went about how John Kerry and his military experience entitled him to the White House.  This was a complete change from 1992.

Now, in 2008, they are actually attacking John McCain and his military service.  I guess now it’s “yeah, McCain served but didn’t do that much.”  Check out these idiot quotes from Wesley Clark:

The retired general Wesley Clark said McCain had not “held executive responsibility” and had not commanded troops in wartime.

“He hasn’t been there and ordered the bombs to fall”

Huh.  Ok.  Tell me Wesley, has Obama done any of that?  Not that I’m a big fan of McCain, I just love pointing out how hypocritical these Liberals are.

So, these Liberals just can’t decide on what they want.  Do you need military experience or not?  Is having military experience a good or bad thing?  Typical Liberals – It’s ok for me, but not for you.

Flip Flops

May 16, 2008

No, we’re not talking about Vietnam War Vet John Kerry here.  This is about the idiots who wear flip flops to work.  Well, let me re-phrase that.  How about the idiots who wear flip flops to work when their office policy forbids it?  Yeah, that’s better. 

What is it with people who don’t care to abide by their companies dress code?  You know, there is a reason why they are not allowed…THEY ARE TOO DAMN LOUD!!!  You are sitting there, trying to work and you have to hear “SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP SLAP” as someone walks by your desk.  What’s worse, is when you look up and see it’s some dude.  How gay can you be to wear jeans and flip flops to work as a guy?  Either that or ya gotta be some left over hippie liberal college professor. 

The worst is when you have to endure not only the “SLAP SLAP SLAP” but also the “POP POP POP” of someone also smacking their gum at work.

Calling for a moratorium on flip flops at the office…regardless if it is “Casual Friday” or not!