"Kerrying On About the Wrong Guy"
During last year’s presidential campaign, the right-wing offered any number of reasons to fear a Kerry presidency. John Kerry, the typical tax-and-spender, would negotiate with the terrorists, undermine efforts to ban gay marriage, bring salacious scandals back into the White House, increase government spending while cutting vital missile defense, and get buddy-buddy with his surrender-monkey European allies, like close associate Jacques Chirac.
Or, in other words, Kerry might have…
— Suggested raising taxes to pay for the costs of his massive $2 trillion pet reform project
— Entered into negotiations with the terrorists in Iraq
— Proclaimed that “nothing will happen in the Senate” on the anti-gay marriage bill
— Nominated a possible cabinet member who once engaged in adulterous romps in a motel room reserved for exhausted 9/11 workers
— Offered White House press privileges to a partisan activist with an alleged history in gay prostitution
— Released the largest budget in U.S. history while slashing missile defense spending by $5 billion over six years
— During a “warm” and “friendly” tour through Europe, declared that Jacques Chirac could make a “good cowboy”