Blogs by Alex Drinkwater, Jr.
Kerry Doesn't Have Time
7/15/2004 8:10:57 AM
I find this to be astounding . . .
John Kerry appeared on "Larry King Live" the other night and, when asked if he had been briefed on the latest terrorist threat to the US as described by DHS chief Tom Ridge, this is what he said:
[KING:]Let's get to, first thing's first, news of the day. Tom Ridge warned today about al Qaeda plans of a large-scale attack on the United States, didn't increase the -- do you see any politics in this? What's your reaction?
KERRY: Well, I haven't been briefed yet, Larry. They have offered to brief me; I just haven't had time. But all Americans are united in our efforts to defeat terrorism.
I believe that John Edwards and I can wage a far more effective war on terror than George Bush has. I think we can do a better job of making America safe. But in these days ahead, we all join together no matter what.
Now, after this interview he attended a bash where Whoopi Goldberg (among others) made lewd remarks about President Bush, playing on his last name and one of the many words used to describe part of the female anatomy (I'll let your imagination fill in the rest).
He "didn't have time" to be briefed on threats from Al-Qaeda but he had time to listen to left-wing, Hollywood has-beens like Goldberg, Chevy Chase, and others make sick jokes about the president of the United States.
Kerry is unift to be president. Period.
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