Cast your stone...
May the best grin win.
They are both egotists. Bush is a stubborn egotist and Kerry is a flexible one (everybody commented on how fast Kerry learned to work the camera during the debates, whereas Bush seemed out to lunch except in the second debate which was a familiar format to him).
Jesus Forgives Them
Bush is a murderer and then theif.
Kerry want's to head the murder and theft for four years.
Bush : "incompetent", "mediocre"
Kerry : "erudite", "sometimes inexplicable", (but currently) "pandering"
Nader : "sometimes idealist" (but now, simply) "non-realist"
Bush: impatient, impulsive, awkward, arrogant
Kerry: intellectual, restrained, confident, arrogant
Bush = cowboy
Kerry = metrosexual
For those that are unaware, here's the http://www.talkingpointsmemo.com/archives/week_2004_09_26.php#003555 [Broken].
Bush = Good sense of humor. Poor English. Has charisma and poor decision making ability. Broken-record style repitition.
Kerry = Arrogant. Overambitious. Lacks creativity. Broken-record style repitition.
Both don't seem to give a phlaming phuck about the environment.
Why did Kerry never challenge the Bush statistic "75%" of Al-Queda in custody. How can we know that? Do these Al-Queda operatives wear name-tags? Do the sleeper cells in every country register with the census that they work for Al-Queda?
Probably for the very reasons you just listed. We can be skeptical, but it's not like we can come up with a hard number of our own to refute Bush's stats. It's interesting though, because if you can quantify how many are in custody, it implies you also can identify the other 25% not in custody, so why are they still running free if you know who they are?
I would say
Ideologues belong in the 19th century.
This is from CNN :
Thinking in terms of college students taking an exam
Bush: Sneaking looks at answers given by the A student sitting next to him.
Kerry: The A student sitting next to him.
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