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2004 US Presidential Election
October 23, 2004
Kerry | BRAAAAAAINS!

The LA Times wonders if John Kerry is too intelligent to be president of the United States.



Posted by Alan at October 23, 2004 09:39 AM | TrackBack
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Posted by: aebrain [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 23, 2004 10:17 AM

how on earth can anyone respond to this drivel?? Kerry TOO intelligent? Oh that’s just too rich. Poor poor John Kerry…he’s just to brilliant to be President while this stupid texan sits there now. What a terrible position to be in! And what does this say about the Democratic Socialist Party’s icon Clinton? Obviously he is no where NEAR is brilliant as John Kerry. Perhaps Al Gore is also too brilliant to be president? Al Sharpton must CLEARLY be too brilliant to be president. Oh…almost missed that one…Gore IS president but those evil Supreme Court Justices hand picked the idiot texan. So…Gore isn’t as brilliant as Kerry either, hmmm…

LA Times…more fishwrap.

Posted by: Wayne Fielder [TypeKey Profile Page] at October 23, 2004 08:47 PM

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