The Command Post
2004 US Presidential Election
June 14, 2004
Kerry | Still Not Good Enough?

WaPo reports that even though Kerry has shattered fundraising targets and is leading in several polls, some Democratic supporters—and even members of his staff—still express ambivalence, and even “angst,” about their candidate.

Posted by Alan at June 14, 2004 09:37 AM | TrackBack

The Dems got themselves all loaded on anger, self-pity and frustration and wound up in bed with a desperate, ugly, fat chick. And there are pictures.

It’s tough to end up with a candidate you like when your only criteria is whether you think he can beat the other guy.

Posted by: TL at June 14, 2004 10:21 AM

Looks like TL is busy helping to encourage women to vote for Kerry.

Go TL go!

Posted by: sgposs at June 14, 2004 01:02 PM

No joke re Kerry. I’ve been watching the Dem blogs, and Indymedia has been getting some hits in on Kerry and other “moderate” Dems:

Posted by: Kerry'd Away at June 14, 2004 01:23 PM

The analogy works just as well if you change “chick” to “dude” or “person”, you hypersenstitive, PC twit.

And you might want to apologize yourself to women for implying that they, as a group, are so stupid as to be making their decision on how to vote based upon my anonymous postings on the web.

Posted by: TL at June 14, 2004 02:01 PM

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