Kerry email appeal; He 'feels your pain'

The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee might have chosen a more opportune time to have Sen. John Kerry join the fundraising roster. After the imbroglio of his $7 million dollar yacht, built in New Zealand, registered in Rhode Island to avoid taxes, he's not the most convincing voice to do the "I feel your pain" routine, as in the recent email appeal:
I know you get more requests for donations than you can give to. I really do. In these times, especially, I feel bad for asking.

He feels bad, but not bad enough to ask Mrs. Thurston Howell III, a.k.a., Lovey, to write a $25 check to cover your donation. Perhaps he should have turned over that $500,000 in taxes he agreed to pay to Massachusetts to the DSCC.

Seigneur Kerry then continues with another unconvincing pitch:

I know many of you are tired. You're frustrated. You want more and better change. Know what? I don't blame you. Believe me, so do I. But we're not going to get the change we want and America needs - we're not going to get anything except more of the Bush policies - if we cede even an inch to these extreme ideologues who have taken over the Republican Party.

One might think, given that Obama and the Democrat Congress has been ruling the roost for nineteen months, that the voters' frustration (i.e., low poll numbers) is a reaction to the radical unprecedented changes the current leadership, which as we go to press includes Senator Kerry, has forced onto an unwilling electorate. Senator Kerry however wants us to believe that the changes haven't been radical enough ("You want more and better change"). And the phrase, "the change we want and America needs" is an interesting choice of words. He doesn't say, the change America wants. Senator John Kerry wants it and he knows what America needs, whether the plebes want it or not.

This anti-Bush idiocy might have resonated with Democrats during the 2008 campaign, but it is delusional to blame the difficulties of Obama's presidency on "extreme" Republicans enacting "more of the Bush policies" into law. If only.


The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee might have chosen a more opportune time to have Sen. John Kerry join the fundraising roster. After the imbroglio of his $7 million dollar yacht, built in New Zealand, registered in Rhode Island to avoid taxes, he's not the most convincing voice to do the "I feel your pain" routine, as in the recent email appeal:

I know you get more requests for donations than you can give to. I really do. In these times, especially, I feel bad for asking.

He feels bad, but not bad enough to ask Mrs. Thurston Howell III, a.k.a., Lovey, to write a $25 check to cover your donation. Perhaps he should have turned over that $500,000 in taxes he agreed to pay to Massachusetts to the DSCC.

Seigneur Kerry then continues with another unconvincing pitch:

I know many of you are tired. You're frustrated. You want more and better change. Know what? I don't blame you. Believe me, so do I. But we're not going to get the change we want and America needs - we're not going to get anything except more of the Bush policies - if we cede even an inch to these extreme ideologues who have taken over the Republican Party.

One might think, given that Obama and the Democrat Congress has been ruling the roost for nineteen months, that the voters' frustration (i.e., low poll numbers) is a reaction to the radical unprecedented changes the current leadership, which as we go to press includes Senator Kerry, has forced onto an unwilling electorate. Senator Kerry however wants us to believe that the changes haven't been radical enough ("You want more and better change"). And the phrase, "the change we want and America needs" is an interesting choice of words. He doesn't say, the change America wants. Senator John Kerry wants it and he knows what America needs, whether the plebes want it or not.

This anti-Bush idiocy might have resonated with Democrats during the 2008 campaign, but it is delusional to blame the difficulties of Obama's presidency on "extreme" Republicans enacting "more of the Bush policies" into law. If only.


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