Comments: Most Powerful Quote

Key, I am impressed. Damn good post and you echoed my thoughts. Remind me NEVER to call you a dingbat.

I probably will anyway, but just tell me that I'm full of shit when I do.

posted by Acidman on October 1, 2004 09:10 PM

I didn't watch, but made the rounds today to see what bloggers thought... and this post is my favorite.

Great job! :)

posted by pam on October 1, 2004 10:38 PM

I agree that the quote you mentioned was the most important, though I don't know how many people realize that. I didn't watch the debate but I read through the Fox News transcript last night and that one fairly leapt off the screen at me.

Kerry wants bilateral talks. If he's elected, and we enter into such talks, it's only too likely that we'll end up with the same result as we did under the Clinton administration. Which, of course, is what lead to the situation we're in now.

posted by RadarRider on October 1, 2004 10:55 PM

I agree completely with you here. I also thought that Bush completely showed that Kerry was talking out his a$$ and had no real idea what was going on - even so far as to have to correct him on the exact nuclear product in question!

Bush had all his facts at his fingertips while Kerry had to scribble and scribble so he knew what to ATTACK, because of course Kerry does not have the ability to answer any questions - mostly because he has none.

Bush didn't give crush Kerry as much as he could have but I got the sense that he was just SICK SICK SICK of listening to Kerry's tired old tune and was only there to repeat himself ad nauseum.

posted by Lark on October 2, 2004 04:01 AM

I will be so very glad to see November come and leave, I am also getting feed up with all of these lies and bullshit. And for you darling, I bet you are one pretty lady, Cat.

posted by Catfish on October 2, 2004 01:46 PM

Great Job, KEY! At first I thought the debate was a draw, but the more I read over the transcripts, the more I realize that Bush clearly showed Kerry up for the vain fool that he is.

posted by delftsman3 on October 2, 2004 11:53 PM

Great Post Key, It really shows just how anti-constitutional John Kerry is and to think this buffoon took the Senatoral oath of office to uphold and protect the constitution. This is what this man represents and has always represented, his love for - Communism.

posted by Jack on October 3, 2004 04:47 AM

Oddly, I thought that was the most important line for a completely different reason. John Kerry has been harping that we need international allies, except in the case of North Korea, he wants the U.S. to go it alone.

I just can't figure out *why* Kerry wants that.

posted by Michael on October 4, 2004 08:08 PM

Oh yes, Michael, that too. But for some reason that didn't hit me until after the fact, and this post was more my instantaneous reaction.

He's acting as an obstinate pupil, who may have the same goal as his teacher, but is determined to get their a different way, whether or not it makes sense.

posted by Key on October 4, 2004 08:14 PM

Thank you all, btw, for the kind words. (They never go unnoticed.)

posted by Key on October 5, 2004 12:20 AM
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