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February 24, 2004

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The Kid

Brilliant! Is Kerry’s FART stifling debate, clearing the room of serious issues and answers?

And how does the mainstream media react to the FART’s noxious emissions? Do they get a whiff of the contradictions, flip-flops, and outright falsehoods emanating from the campaign?

Will they shine a light on its operations? Will they use a flashlight to avoid any damage that might result from open flames near the FART’s origin?

And if the FART radiates from the center of the campaign, what, pray tell, does that tell us about its source?

Patrick R. Sullivan

John Kerry, January 19, 2004:

" Now George Bush and Karl Rove say that in 2004, they want to run on national security. I can see why. They certainly can’t run on jobs or health care or the environment. Well, as I have said, I know something about aircraft carriers for real.

" And if George W. Bush wants to make national security the central issue in this campaign, I have three words for him I know he understands: Bring it on. "

John Kerry February 21, 2004:

" I'd like to know what it is Republicans who didn't serve in Vietnam have against those of us who did. I'm tired of Republicans trying to divert attention from the real issues...."

TM

Yeah, I guess he didn't mean "Bring it on" to mean "bring it on".

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