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Re: Kerry attacks free speech.

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So what is that saying? What's good for the goose is good for the gander??? LOL
I guess maybe Kerry wants it all his way! Reminds me of a kid taking all of his toy's and running homeSad
Glenda

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(NT) (NT) Exposure to telling lies must really hurt :)

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Methinks Kerry

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has found the kitchen to warm to his liking....and has resorted to legal man-handling to stoke down his case of the sweats.

Not only did he find a way to get out of the kitchen (VietNam) in a hurry, but his prior political career and noted absences over the years have become a non-issue for him in the most important race he's ever attempted to run in. Not only can't he find the legs to stand on because they are shaking so badly, but he can't find a back door to exit with anymore by diverting the publicity away from his military record and toward his prior political record. Both records are a shambles and a mockery to the voters....and without either or both, he has no bullets left in his paintball gun that he tried to use to artistically paint himself to be something he isn't and never was.

TONI

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Re: Kerry attacks free speech -- No, It's Bush

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Hi, KP.

Talk about the pot calling the kettle black! Kerry is objecting to libelous campaign ads indirectly sponsored by Bush in violation of campaign laws, and clearly coordinated by Rove. Meanwhile, protesters at Bush events are kept in "free speech zones" miles away from any publicity, while ticket-holders are pre-selected for favorable political views:
Hecklers gi ve color to campaigns.
(Chronicle login: semods4@yahoo.com; pw = speakeasy)

By that definition, Bus's campaign is a heck of a lot less "colorful" (and promotes free speech a lot less) than Kerry's.

-- Dave K, Speakeasy Moderator
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This hypocracy from one who...

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claimed there was no sign of coordination between Moveon.org's ads and the Kerry campaign despite pretty clear evidence to the contrary.

You also have claimed there is nothing indidious about Soros multi-million dollar contributions to anti-bush organizations nor the same for the anti-Bush organizations (many previously cited as planning illegal demonstrations and activies) in New York funded heavily through Kerry's wife while claiming that a couple hundred thousand dollar donation by a Republican to help get the message out about Kerry is somehow unseemly.

The "pot" here (SBVfT) isn't anywhere near as scortched and blackened as the Kerry Kettle.

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I see you conveniently overlook Mr. Sorros, his connection

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to the DNC the Clintons and Kerry, and many organizations such as Move on dot Org who are funded by Sorros. I'm not at all surprised by that.

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(NT) (NT) Re: Mr. Sorros -- another irrelevant distractor!
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Why?

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Oh yeah, there is really no comparison between a couple of hundred thousand dollars from an American citizen compared to millions from a foreign socialist.

Evie Happy

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You mean the guy who hopes to reshape American

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society to match his preferences? Apparently, that's preferable to vets telling about their experiences with the annointed one.

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