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 Kerry - Environment / Taxes / Jobs

A Very Kerry Weekend - A new ad from the RNC shows how Kerry relaxes on weekends - in Nantucket, in a mansion, yachting, sailing, kite surfing, biking, after a week of campaigning about the Great Depression and the Days of Malaise tour. A real man of the people. more>

Biographical information on John and Theresa Kerry - Family histories of both families, lots of photos, family trees, for several generations. more>

Bring It On Senator - Your Wife Is an Elitist Snot - This wannabe first lady, who does not have the dignity, grace or class that Laura Bush has in her fingernail (and whose beauty doesn't force her to need Botox injections), is not the shrinking violet her second husband claims her to be. In fact, we would be willing to bet that an inspection of dresser drawers in all 6 Heinz-Kerry mansion would show that all the pants belong to her. more>

Bush Declares Kerry a Serial Tax-Raiser - President Bush used the first rally of his re-election campaign to cast Democrat John Kerry on Saturday as a serial tax-raiser who has voted for tax increases 350 times. He also mocked Kerry's claims of support from undisclosed foreign leaders. more>

Fight inflation AND stick it to the ambulance chasers! - Now that John Kerry has bellied up to the plaintiffs bar and chosen tort attorney John Edwards for his running mate, and their party counts trial lawyers among its strongest and most generous supporters, it is high time to revisit tort reform. Tort law has become a form of drive-by legislation without legislators, only targets, a booming business with little oversight and less accountability. In self-defense insurers have institutionalized the paranoia it creates for nearly every business and everyone who owns a home or drives a car. This is a topic that will not die, because the abuses that raise it keep receiving fresh transfusions of cash and publicity. more>

Fiscal Follies - Clinton balanced the budget by cutting the military. That's not an option now - In a startling reversal of the usual party roles, John Kerry is staking his White House claim as a defender of "fiscal discipline" to counteract a spendthrift Republican Administration. It's all the more startling because his publicly announced proposals would actually increase the deficit. more>

Gun Control: So You Think That John Kerry Supports Gun Rights? - Imagine the most anti-gun presidential candidate in America’s history putting on hunting gear and posing before cameras, all the while telling us what a hunter he is. That is exactly what John Kerry has done, so now it is time to stop using your imagination and swallow a dose of reality, if you happen to be a gun owner or simply a supporter of the right of Americans to bear arms for sport or personal defense, who still believes John Kerry represents you. more>

Heinz Kerry Paid Lower Tax Rate Than Most Taxpayers - The Kerry campaign finally released Teresa Heinz Kerry's 2003 tax return, or rather two pages of it, late last Friday, the WALL STREET JOURNAL details.

Kenneth Lay's Kerry Connection - Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry regularly scorches the management of Enron, the scandal-ridden, bankrupt energy company founded by Kenneth Lay. Yesterday, self-styled muckraker Bernardo Issel of NonprofitWatch.org told us that the much-maligned Lay has been a longtime member of the board of trustees of the Heinz Center, an environmental group founded by the candidate's wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry. She's the group's vice chairman, and Lay left the small board earlier this year after serving for nearly a decade.

Kerry in Weird Heinz Ketchup Initiation Rite - When he married billionaire ketchup mogul Teresa Heinz in 1995, John Kerry was initiated into his eccentric wife's family with a bizarre ritual that included baptizing him with a daub of Heinz ketchup on his forehead. The bizarre christening took place at the Heinz-Kerry wedding reception at a tony Nantucket restaurant, the New York Times reported on Sunday. more>

Taxes in 2004 - Video on how Kerry and Bush handle taxes on your income

Teresa's Taxes, Continued - The super-rich really are different - Our Monday editorial on Teresa Heinz Kerry's low (12.4%) 2003 average federal tax rate has generated a huge reader response, much of it helpful in illuminating the issues. So allow us to elaborate a bit more on Mrs. Kerry's impressive ability to pay a smaller proportion of her income in tax than most Americans. more>

The Bolshevik in Kerry - Yesterday John Kerry demanded "tax fairness for Americans." This is his euphemism for fleecing Americans who pay the highest taxes. What he calls "tax fairness," Karl Marx called wealth redistribution. more>

The Many Mansions of John and Teresa Kerry - From a sailing mecca to a ski resort, presumptive Democrat nominee John Kerry and his wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, enjoy the trappings of their wealth in at least five homes and vacation getaways across the country valued at nearly $33 million.

The couple divide their time between five homes located around the country:

Boston: A five-story, 12-room Beacon Hill townhouse that serves as Kerry's main residence. Assessed value: $6.9 million.

Nantucket, Mass.: A three-story, five-bedroom waterfront retreat on Brant Point. Assessed value: $9.18 million.

Washington, D.C.: A 23-room townhouse in Georgetown. Proposed 2005 assessment: $4.7 million.

Ketchum, Idaho: A ski getaway converted from a reassembled barn near Sun Valley. Assessed value: $4.916 million. Heinz Kerry owns two adjoining lots valued at $1.5 million and $1.8 million.

Fox Chapel, Pa.: A nine-room colonial on nearly 90 acres in suburban Pittsburgh. The property also includes a nine-room, carriage house. Assessed value: $3.7 million.
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The Oddest Couple and Their Hidden Agendas - I don't get either coherence or authenticity from John Kerry or Teresa Heinz Kerry, whether they're together or apart. What I do get is a hidden agenda that bodes ill for America's future - agendas that should mobilize all sane voters to blanket our country in red on Nov. 2. more>

The Two Johns: So What Do You Want for Lunch? (election levity) - A new reality television series is being launched by Al Gore's fledgling cable channel. Titled ''The Two Johns,'' the series will capture the riveting behind-the-scenes action as two rich, white liberals plot their run for the White House during the 2004 presidential campaign.

The Wages of Politics - How many low-wage workers does John Kerry want to throw out of work? - John Kerry says he wants to raise the minimum wage to $7 an hour from $5.15, and his proposal has us thinking: Why stop there? Why not $10 an hour, or $20, or for that matter whatever a U.S. Senator makes? If Mr. Kerry thinks government is obliged to guarantee Americans a certain level of income, why not simply elevate everyone at least into the middle class? more>

What John Kerry's America will look like - This week, I began to think for the first time about what I would write if Sen. John Kerry were elected president in November. But then, I realized I should write that column now. What good would it do to awaken people to the dangers of a Kerry administration after that administration had been elected? Here, then, are a few predictions of what will transpire in the unlikely event John Kerry becomes the most powerful man on Earth. more>

Wild and Crazy Guy - John Kerry and his billionaire wife pay lower taxes than you do - Remember the classic 1970s comic routine from Steve Martin? You can make a million dollars and pay no taxes. First, get a million dollars. Then when the IRS comes knocking on your door demanding to know why you didn't pay your taxes, just remember two simple words: "I forgot."more>

You Might Be a Democrat If... -
* You own something that says, ''Dukakis for President,'' and still display it.
* You've tried to argue in favor of anything based on, ''Well, they're gonna do it anyway so...''
* You've ever said, ''We really should call the ACLU about this.''
* You believe that a few hundred loggers can find another career, but the defenseless spotted owl must live in its preferred tree.
* You ever based an argument on the phrase, ''But they can afford a tax hike because...''
* You've ever argued that with just one more year of welfare that person will turn it around and get off drugs.
* You think Lennon was a brilliant social commentator.
* You keep count of how many people you know in each racial or ethnic category.
* You believe our government must do it because everyone in Europe does.
* After looking at your pay stub you can still say, ''America is
undertaxed.''

You Might be a Leftist If . . .
-You believe John Ashcroft poses a greater danger to America than Osama bin Laden.

-You think President Bush lied to the nation but his predecessor did not.

-You believe President Bush is too dumb to be President and Arnold Schwarzenegger is too dumb to be Governor of California, but the Dixie Chicks, Martin Sheen, Alec Baldwin, Barbra Streisand, Eddie Vedder and Jeanine Garofalo are qualified to discourse at length on foreign policy.

-You believe all conservatives are racist, but do not think minorities can ever succeed without Affirmative Action.

-You can't decide which is worse: the Patriot Act or the Patriot Missile.

-You believe Saddam Hussein, Kim Jong Il, and Yasser Arafat were fairly and democratically elected, but President Bush was not.

-You root for prisoners when they escape from our oppressive prisons, but oppose allowing poor children to escape from failing public schools.

-You support every kind of "diversity" on campus, except political orientation.

-You support banning the smoking of tobacco and legalizing marijuana.

-You are enraged by the so-called mistreatment of Muslim prisoners (who have gained weight while dining on their specially prepared Koran-approved meals) at Guantanamo Bay, but believe the world should have stood idly by while Saddam Hussein filled mass graves.

-You have found where the right to an abortion is written in the Constitution but cannot find where the Constitution provides for a right to keep and bear arms.

-You support campus speech codes that ban pick-up lines and amorous gazes, but never spoke out against President Clinton's physical sexual harassment in the White House.

-You applauded Jimmy Carter for talking about human rights in foreign policy but opposed George W. Bush for doing something about human rights.

-You believe that trial lawyers taking 33 to 40 percent of a plaintiff's recovery in lawsuits is just about right, but the federal government taking this amount of our income in taxes is not nearly enough.

-You believe the former Governor of a New England state with 608,827 people is more than adequately experienced to be President in 2004, but the Governor of a Southwestern state with 21,325,018 people was completely unprepared in 2000.

-You agree with Toni Morrison that President Clinton was "the first black President," but didn't criticize Al Sharpton for recently labeling President Bush a "gang leader."

-You believe we could get more truth out of the Pentagon if only Don Rumsfeld were replaced by Mohammed Al-Sahhaf.

-You believe evangelical Christians are destroying America but don't feel threatened by the radical Wahabbi sect of Islam.

-When it comes to violent crime, you believe in hating the crime but loving the criminal.

-You support unlimited appeals for convicted criminals, but believe it is undemocratic for Californians to reverse their earlier mistake of electing Gray Davis.

-You believe U.S. exports of genetically modified foods pose a greater threat to African nations than corrupt dictators like Zimbabwe's Mugabe.

-You believe welfare is a fundamental human right and workfare is a human rights violation.

-You believe religion is a scourge on our society, but becoming one with Mother Nature by merging with the universal consciousness and harmonizing with lunar reverberations will save us.

-You believe President Bush is an environmental criminal for poisoning the water with arsenic, but have never complained about Saddam Hussein's devastating Iraq and Kuwait's environment by setting intentional oil well fires and committing genocide against the Marsh Arabs by draining their wetlands.

-Your car sports the bumper sticker saying that "it will be a great day when our schools have all the money they need and the military has to hold bake sales," but oppose allowing the U.S. military to volunteer recruitment tables on college campuses because of their "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy.

Kerry - Quotes / Quips / Speech

"I called the media. . . . I said, 'If I take some crippled veterans down to the White House and we chain ourselves to the gates, will we get coverage?' 'Oh, yes, we will cover that.' "--John Kerry, testimony before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, April 22, 1971
''We've got better hair. I'll tell you, that goes a long way.''
''We know we can't count on the French. We know we can't count on the Russians. We know that Iraq is a danger to the United States and we reserve the right to take pre-emptive action whenever we feel it's in our national interest.''
"A lot of people don't really know who I am."
"I will have significant, enormous reduction in the level of troops.''
''It appears, as they peel away the weapons of mass destruction issue... we may yet find them.''
''I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it.''
"I remember well April 1968--I was serving in Vietnam--a place of violence--when the news reports brought home to me and my crewmates the violence back home--and the tragic news that one of the bullets flying that terrible spring took the life of that unabashedly maladjusted citizen." (In fact, Kerry did not go to Vietnam until November 1968.)
"In a sense, there's nothing that says more about your career than when you fought, where you fought and how you fought," Kerry told the Boston Herald in 1996. "If you wind up being less than what you're pretending to be, there is a major confrontation with value and self-esteem and your sense of how others view you."
"I don't fall down. The "son of a b*itch knocked me over."
"The truth, which is what elections are all about, is that the tax burden of the middle class has gone up while the tax burden of the middle class has gone down."--John Kerry, quoted by the Associated Press, Aug. 25.
"Did the training wheels fall off?"
"Do you know who I am?"
"I'm fascinated by rap and by hip-hop. I think there's a lot of poetry in it. There's a lot of anger, a lot of social energy in it, and I think you'd better listen to it pretty carefully, 'cause it's important."
"Bush f**ked up Afghanistan... Did I expect George Bush to f**k it up as badly as he did... cutting all your f**king legs off at the knees... Where the f**k is he?... scare the living s**t out of me... He has a pig-in-s**t grin on his face, he wanted to get into the s**t... doesn't play s**t in my book..."
"Arab-Americans have contributed so much to the life of our country."
"Well, God will --look, I think--I believe in God, but I don't believe, the way President Bush does, in invoking it all the time in that way."
"Waban, where's that? So Waban's in Newton? Well, you learn something new every day."
"I'm against gay marriage. Everybody knows that."
"I have a somewhat Establishment background."
“I’m an internationalist, I’d like to see our troops dispersed through the world only at the directive of the United Nations.”
"Our democracy is a farce; it is not the best in the world."
"I will stand up and struggle, as others have, to try to get that right balance between violence, and sex, and things."
"Have you had a beer with me yet? I like to have fun as much as the next person, and go out and hack around and have a good time."
"They told stories that at times they had personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Ghengis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam in addition to the normal ravage of war and the normal and very particular ravaging which is done by the applied bombing power of this country. "
An upbeat John Kerry campaigned for the first time with running mate John Edwards on Wednesday and boasted that the Democratic team has a "better vision, better ideas" than its Republican counterpart - and joked, "we've got better hair." In Raleigh, N.C., President Bush dismissed Edwards' credentials to be vice president, curtly telling reporters, "Dick Cheney can be president."
''The prime minister and the president are here obviously to put their best face on the policy.''
Last month, John Kerry lauded "Lambert Field" during a visit to Wisconsin. He has yet to acknowledge Lambeau Field, the historic home of the Green Bay Packers. John Kerry also praised the Ohio State Buckeyes football team--during a visit to Michigan. John Kerry throws a football like a girl. In the first presidential debate, John Kerry said, "As president, I'll never take my eye off that ball. " Football Fans for Truth has collected reams of evidence casting doubt on his ability to do so. more>

Though Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry today blamed his infamous comment about his vote on an $87 billion war bill on it being "late in the evening," the remark in fact was made at a noontime appearance.

In an interview this morning on ABC's "Good Morning America," Kerry was asked about the comment he made in March, when he said, "I actually did vote for the $87 billion before I voted against it."

Said Kerry on the program today: "No, it wasn't classic at all. It just was a very inarticulate way of saying something, and I had one of those inarticulate moments late in the evening when I was dead tired in the primaries and I didn't say something very clearly."

''There are all kinds of atrocities, and I would have to say that, yes, yes, I committed the same kind of atrocities as thousands of other soldiers have committed in that I took part in shootings in free fire zones. I conducted harassment and interdiction fire. I used 50 calibre machine guns, which we were granted and ordered to use, which were our only weapon against people. I took part in search and destroy missions, in the burning of villages. All of this is contrary to the laws of warfare, all of this is contrary to the Geneva Conventions and all of this is ordered as a matter of written established policy by the government of the United States from the top down.'' - John F. Kerry (Testifying before the Senate Committee on Foreign Relations, 4/22/71)
"Let me make this clear ... for 35 years I have stood up, and fought, and kept faith with my fellow veterans ... as president I will stand with you to complete that mission."
"The country doesn't know it yet, but it has created a monster, a monster in the form of millions of men who have been taught to deal and to trade in violence, and who are given the chance to die for the biggest nothing in history ...
 "The Iraqi Army is in such bad shape now," Kerry said, "even the Italians could kick their butts."
 "This guy," Kerry said on Don Imus's radio show, "takes more vacations than the people on welfare."
 "A little more than 5,000 years ago, Moses said, `Hitch up your camel, lift up your shovel, mount your ass. I will lead you to the promised land.' Five thousand years later, Franklin Roosevelt said, `Light up a Camel, lay down your shovel, sit on your ass. This is the promised land.' Today, George Bush will outsource your camel, tax your shovel, kick your ass, and tell you there is no promised land."
 "In the Senate four years, and that is the full extent of public life - no international experience, no military experience - you can imagine what the advertising is going to be next year," Mr. Kerry said of Mr. Edwards just before the Iowa caucuses, adding: "When I came back from Vietnam in 1969, I don't know if John Edwards was out of diapers then. Well, I'm sure he was out of diapers."
 1994: "The right thing to do is to treat abortions as exactly what they are — a medical procedure that any doctor is free to provide and any pregnant woman free to obtain. Consequently, abortions should not have to be performed in tightly guarded clinics on the edge of town; they should be performed and obtained in the same locations as any other medical procedure.... [A]bortions need to be moved out of the fringes of medicine and into the mainstream of medical practice. And by the same token, if our children are to be safe from the danger of fanaticism, tolerance needs to spread out of the mainstream churches, mosques, and synagogues, and into the religious fringes." Congressional Record
 "I was in the Capitol. We’d just had a meeting—we’d just come into a leadership meeting in Tom Daschle’s office, looking out at the Capitol. And as I came in, Barbara Boxer and Harry Reid were standing there, and we watched the second plane come in to the building. And we shortly thereafter sat down at the table and then we just realized nobody could think, and then boom, right behind us, we saw the cloud of explosion at the Pentagon. And then word came from the White House, they were evacuating, and we were to evacuate, and so we immediately began the evacuation."
 "I have been to Paris. I have talked with both delegations at the peace talks, that is to say the Democratic Republic of Vietnam and the Provisional Revolutionary Government and of all eight of Madam Binh's points it has been stated time and time again, and was stated by Senator Vance Hartke when he returned from Paris, and it has been stated by many other officials of this Government, if the United States were to set a date for withdrawal the prisoners of war would be returned.
 "We will not quickly join those who march on Veterans' Day waving small flags, calling to memory those thousands who died for the "greater glory of the United States." We will not accept the rhetoric. We will not readily join the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars -- in fact, we will find it hard to join anything at all and when we do, we will demand relevancy such as other organizations have recently been unable to provide. We will not take solace from the creation of monuments or the naming of parks after a select few of the thousands of dead Americans and Vietnamese. We will not uphold traditions which decorously memorialize that which was base and grim." -- John Kerry, in "The New Soldier"
 "I have heavy cards to play -- I'm not going to lay them all out on the table -- no future president or no president should ever negotiate this in public. But let me tell you, I've got big cards to play to bring people to understand the stakes here."
 "We've seen governors come to Washington, . . . and they don't have the experience in foreign policy, and they get in trouble pretty fast. Look at Ronald Reagan. Look at Jimmy Carter and, now, obviously, George Bush."
 "I'm proud that I stood against Ronald Reagan, not with him, when his intelligence agencies were abusing the Constitution of the United States and when he was running an illegal war in Central America."
 Kerry has spoken at great length about the Reagan administration's "abuse of the Constitution" and "totalitarian" inclinations: "They were willing to literally put the Constitution at risk because they believed there was somehow a higher order of things, that the ends do in fact justify the means. That's the most Marxist, totalitarian doctrine I've ever heard of in my life. . . . You've done the very thing that James Madison and others feared when they were struggling to put the Constitution together, which was to create an unaccountable system with runaway power . . . running off against the will of the American people.
 In the 1992 presidential election, when Bill Clinton was accused of dodging the Vietnam draft, Kerry said, “I am saddened by the fact that Vietnam has yet again been inserted into the campaign. ... The race for the White House should be about leadership, and leadership requires that one help heal the wounds of Vietnam, not reopen them."
 “So it is time to end the era of John Ashcroft. That starts with replacing the Patriot Act with a new law that protects our people and our liberties at the same time.” But in 2001, Kerry in fact voted for the Patriot Act – parts of which he himself originally wrote. He said at the time that he was “pleased at the compromise we have reached on the anti-terrorism legislation as a whole.”
 In a January 23, 2003, foreign policy speech at Georgetown University, Kerry stated, “Without question, we need to disarm Saddam Hussein. He is a brutal, murderous dictator, leading an oppressive regime. He presents a particularly grievous threat because he is so consistently prone to miscalculation. He miscalculated an eight-year war with Iran. He miscalculated the invasion of Kuwait. He miscalculated America's response to that act of naked aggression. He miscalculated the result of setting oilrigs on fire. He miscalculated the impact of sending scuds into Israel and trying to assassinate an American President. He miscalculated his own military strength. He miscalculated the Arab world’s response to his misconduct. And now he is miscalculating America’s response to his continued deceit and his consistent grasp for weapons of mass destruction.”
  All you need to know about John Kerry - For even more Kerry quotes.

  Kerry - Personality / Flip-Flops

$1000 HAIRCUT? KERRY FLIES IN HAIRDRESSER FOR TOUCH-UP BEFORE 'MEET THE PRESS' - On the Friday before his MEET THE PRESS appearance, Dem presidential hopeful John Kerry flew his Washington, DC hairdresser to Pittsburgh for a touch-up, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

All Fall Down - Now the French-looking senator is again in the public eye, and what that eye perceives it obviously does not like: the macho candidate ostentatiously purchasing an athletic supporter (size large!), the vacationing skier taking spills on the slopes and bellowing "I don't fall down." Kerry made this silly statement before blaming a Secret Service agent for his tumble and cussing at him. Gentlemen do not act like that. In fact, gentlemen do not bring down on themselves all the ridicule Kerry has provoked by objecting to being referred to as "French-looking." Some White House wag playfully asserted that Kerry "looks French," and Kerry very foolishly threw another of his famous fits, portraying himself as the victim of White House dirty tricks. more>

ALL OVER THE MAP ON IRAQ - JOHN Kerry finally defined his position on the war in Iraq — or his latest one, anyway.

Another credibility gap for Kerry - His story of New Hampshire couple's health-care story stretches truth - John Kerry's campaign has run commercials about failed Bush administration health-care policies using a New Hampshire couple as an example.

Another Kerry Lie - The big lie that is repeated again and again is the story that President Bush said the mission was accomplished in Iraq. Senator Kerry and his willing accomplices in the media perpetuate the myth. It is easy to check the facts. The speech that President Bush made on the aircraft carrier NEVER uses the words, ''mission accomplished.'' The sign ''Mission Accomplished'' was referring to the carrier’s mission, which was accomplished at that time. The speech can be found by doing an Internet search. I have excerpted relevant portions of the speech.

Anti-Hanoi John Kerry Links - Comprehensive listing of anti-John Kerry websites.

Kerry Before & After BotoxAwful Plastic Surgery - a chronicle of celebrity plastic surgery - Lots more photos of John Kerry before and after Botox - you decide for yourself!

Behind the Scenes, a Restless and Relentless Kerry - Like a caged hamster, Senator John Kerry is restless on the road. He pokes at the perimeter of the campaign bubble that envelops him, constantly trying to break out for a walk around the block, a restaurant dinner, the latest ... John Kerry Before and After Botoxmore>

BotoxKerry.com - Lots of Before and After Botox photos of John Kerry

Bring It On Senator - Your Wife Is an Elitist Snot - This wannabe first lady, who does not have the dignity, grace or class that Laura Bush has in her fingernail (and whose beauty doesn't force her to need Botox injections), is not the shrinking violet her second husband claims her to be. In fact, we would be willing to bet that an inspection of dresser drawers in all 6 Heinz-Kerry mansion would show that all the pants belong to her.

Bush Photo with Teen Shows Conviction and Compassion - It started out as a fluke. Lynn Faulkner had been offered an extra ticket to a Bush campaign event by his neighbor Linda Prince. Mr. Faulkner decided to offer it to his 15-year old daughter Ashley who he expected would decline, as she would have to miss some school to attend. But his daughter surprised him. Ashley reminded her dad how four years ago they attended a similar event when then Texas Governor George W. Bush visited the same spot on the campaign trail.

Bush Ties His Shoes, and Kerry Questions the Timing - Kerry has rarely showed up for Senate votes over the past year, making an exception only for important issues like the protection of partial birth abortion. When Bush offered Kerry an intelligence briefing, he refused, citing a busy schedule dealing with the selection of his running mate. When the same information offered to him was made public, he questioned the timing.

Campaign drama rocks Dems - Kerry fights off media prove of recent alleged infidelity, rivals predict ruin. A frantic behind-the-scenes drama is unfolding around Sen. John Kerry and his quest to lockup the Democratic nomination for president, the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal.

Chameleon Kerry and the Real World - WHERE SHOULD WE DEPLOY THE 40,000 NEW TROOPS that, after months of making anti-war statements, Democratic frontrunner Senator John F. Kerry of Massachusetts last Friday suddenly said he would send overseas if elected President?

Chase on for Sealed Kerry Divorce Documents: Paper frenzy after Illinois Senate race release - After last week's front page headlines over ugly unsealed divorce records in the Republican Illinois senate race, media outlets now face a dilemma: What to do about Democrat presidential hopeful John Kerry's sealed divorce records!

Choose to Lose - "Well, if I were cool and told you I was cool, I wouldn't be cool," he replied, adjusting his horrendous pink and blue polka-dotted tie. "It's up to you and other people to judge if anything I do today is cool. My daughter would probably tell you I'm a freak at times."

Luckily, the crack team at MTV News tracked down Vanessa Kerry to clarify her father's actual level of coolness. Kerry, his daughter said, is "the guy who comes out in a full-piece wetsuit and Hawaiian shorts in the summer and thinks he's cool," which she initially blanched at. However, the odd ensemble eventually grew on her and overwhelmed any residual fashion sense.

The 26-year-old told Yago she went to work for her father's campaign because she was "pissed off" at George W. Bush and wanted to "go kick some ass." Perhaps she was the adviser who suggested he drop the F-bomb in the now infamous Rolling Stone interview a few months back.

IT ONLY GOT WORSE. Kerry confided to Yago that he was "never into heavy metal" but was "fascinated" by the "poetry," "anger," and "social energy" of rap and hip hop. As with everything else, Kerry then took the other side of the issue, leaving people with the impression that you should and should not listen to violent gangster rap. more>

Clint for president - Suffice it to say, John Kerry has a potty mouth. Days after coming under sharp criticism for his inappropriate use of four-letter words, the Democratic presidential nominee has cursed a Secret Service agent whose job is to take a bullet for the politician.

"Hotel managers in the valley are aware of Kerry's presence, only because the Secret Service personnel assigned to protect Kerry have had trouble finding a place to stay," the Idaho Statesman reported the other day.

"They called and wanted rooms, but I had to tell them we're full," said Tamarack Lodge manager Jitka Sullivan.

Surely, Mr. Kerry could have found a couple of spare beds within the $8 million Sun Valley estate owned by his wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry. According to the Statesman, the European country-style manor is the largest and most secluded of all the resort's properties, with two huge stone fireplaces to keep the place cozy.

Cowboy or Cream Puff?

Daley says Kerry went too far with joke about Bush's fall - "Did the training wheels fall off?" Mayor Daley scolded Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry Tuesday for making a wisecrack about the bicycle accident that scraped the face, hands and knees of President Bush.

Dems Fret Over Kerry's "Clintonian" Response - "Well, there is nothing to report," Kerry told Don Imus. "So there is nothing to talk about. I'm not worried about it. No." more>

Did Kerry make up jet-pilot story? Seasoned flyers doubt yarn about taking controls over Israel - It's been a tough week for John Kerry's credibility.

Discarded Decorations - Videotape Contradicts John Kerry’s Own Statements Over Vietnam Medals - Contradicting his statements as a candidate for president, Sen. John Kerry claimed in a 1971 television interview that he threw away as many as nine of his combat medals to protest the war in Vietnam.

"I gave back, I can't remember, six, seven, eight, nine medals," Kerry said in an interview on a Washington, D.C., news program on WRC-TV called Viewpoints on Nov. 6, 1971, according to a tape obtained by ABCNEWS.

Discrepancies noted in Kerry's record - Ex-skipper says website wrong - Vietnam combat records posted on John F. Kerry's campaign website for the month of January 1969 as evidence of his service aboard swift boat No. 94 describe action that occurred before Kerry was skipper of that craft, according to the officer who said he commanded the boat at the time. more>

Ditto, Ditto - Kerryedwards is the most narcissistic ticket in 55 U.S. elections Another thing that is unfair to say but hard not to notice: This may be the most narcissistic ticket in 55 U.S. presidential elections. These two guys really radiate self-awareness.

The oft-seen footage of the two emerging from a car after the VP announcement looked like a ZZ Top video for "Sharp Dressed Man." John Kerry slides a hand down his already smooth tie and deftly buttons his suit jacket. John Edwards checks the flaps on his coat pockets. "Silk suit, black tie." Both of their heads are rotating like satellite dishes scanning for signals. Light is ricocheting off porcelain in every direction. Come November, these two Power Rangers may have just worn out the electorate.

Flushing Kerry out - "Everybody always makes the mistake of looking South," said Kerry. "Al Gore proved he could have been president of the United States without winning one Southern state, including his own."

His Royal Highness - John Kerry's remarks yesterday, unintentionally picked up by a microphone, that the Bush Campaign is "the most crooked, you know, lying group I've ever seen," was hardly surprising.

Kerry also has a tendency to think that he is better than most and, thus, the rules do not apply to him. Consider the dustup Kerry created two weeks ago when he sent a letter to President Bush in response to remarks made by Senator Saxby Chambliss. "Over the last week, you and your campaign have initiated a widespread attack on my service in Vietnam, my decision to speak out to end that war, and my commitment to the defense of this nation," Kerry huffed. "I will not sit back and allow my patriotism to be questioned."

Howie on Kerry: DYKWIA? - ONE of the surest ways to get the phones ringing on any Massachusetts talk-radio show is to ask people to call in and tell their John Kerry stories. The phone lines are soon filled, and most of the stories have a common theme: our junior senator pulling rank on one of his constituents, breaking in line, demanding to pay less (or nothing) or ducking out before the bill arrives.

The tales often have one other common thread. Most end with Sen. Kerry inquiring of the lesser mortal: "Do you know who I am?"

I don't like being called a cockroach - I don't like being called a cockroach. But apparently, Democrats John Kerry and John Edwards think it's funny to compare Hispanic Republicans to roaches -- or so it seems based on their behavior at a recent fundraiser in New York City.

Insolence on the Ground - Presumptive Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry belittled President Bush while the candidate's plane sat on the tarmac in Topeka, Kansas, on Monday. An advance staffer for the candidate informed Kerry that they had to hurry and take off so that the airspace around the airport could be secured for President Bush's arrival.

Kerry refused to move quickly, instead loitering and refusing to take his seat on the plane.

At one point, Kerry asked reporters, "You mean, you're not staying for what's his name?"

Is Kerry Coming Unhinged? I’m starting to think that Kerry is, not to put too fine a point on it, nuts.

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John Adam Smith Kerry - When the media have bothered to cover John Kerry's "Benedict Arnold companies" hypocrisy at all, they have tended only to discuss the outsourcing and off-shoring of HJ Heinz & Co., a firm with which he has only a tangential relationship through his wife.

But the media has missed a bigger story about Sen. Everyone-Is-Stupid-Except-Me. Leave aside for a moment his holdings in the Pennsylvania Catsup concern. Even a cursory glance at John Kerry's most recent Personal Financial Disclosure forms (filed in 2003) shows Ted Kennedy's more liberal, junior partner is deeply invested and has personally profited from the outsourcing phenomena that haunts corporate America.

John 'Flapjack' Kerry - Kerry is bothered by the reality he has created. That is, he cooks on one side until the heat gets too hot then he flips. But it seems that when John F. Kerry has his "Flapjack" attributes highlighted, he also has a slight temper. Unfortunately for him, the early and all too easy primary did not help him prepare for the true test of a presidential campaign. And it's starting to show.

John Kerry: International Man of Mystery - Is Kerry Making Stuff Up Or Is There A “Deep Throat” At The U.N? - April 2, 2003: Claims He Spoke To Number Of Foreign Leaders But doesn't Name Names. “In remarks in the basement of the Peterborough Public Library Kerry … said ‘I talked to leaders of a number of countries … that told me they lost all confidence in the administration.’” (James Pindell, “Kerry: $8 Million In The Bank,” PoliticsNH.com Website, www.politicsnh.com, Accessed 4/3/03)

John Kerry: International Man of Mystery II - Friends don't Let Friends Spread Rumors - Kerry Claimed Bush Administration Delayed Libya Deal For Political Gain. “Kerry also suggested Bush sat on December's deal to have Khadafy renounce weapons programs to get a political boost. ‘Khadafy's been trying to get back into the mainstream for several years now,’ Kerry said. ‘There's evidence that we could have had that deal some time ago.’” (Thomas M. DeFrank And Maggie Haberman, “Kerry’s Haiti Jab,” [New York] Daily News, 2/29/04)

John Kerry is all tied up in nuances - Though the Senator likes to think of himself as exuding Kennedy-esque glamour, to Conservatives he has the reassuring mien of an unexciting Cabinet heavyweight back when the party still had heavyweights and a Cabinet to put them in.

John Kerry: Wrong Man, Wrong Time, Wrong Message - Jay Carson, a spokesman for the Dean campaign, said: ''When it was popular to be a Massachusetts liberal, (John Kerry's) voting record was that. When it was popular to be for the Iraq war, he was for it. Now it's popular to be against it, and he's against it.''

John Kerry's Flip Flops - Bush website has detailed list of Kerry flip-flops: flip flopped on trade with China; eliminating the marriage penalty for the middle class; Patriot Act; first Gulf War; gay marriage amendment; attacking the president during time of war; death penalty for terrorists; No Child Left Behind; affirmative action; ethanol; Cuba sanctions; NAFTA; double taxation on dividends; raising taxes during economic downturn; small business income taxes; 50-cent gas tax increase; leaving abortion up to states; litmus tests for judicial nominees; health coverage; welfare reform; PACs; ballistic missile defense; 1991 Iraq war coalition; war on terror; funding our troops in Iraq; tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, and more. more>

JOHN KERRY'S QUIET COLLAPSE - THE conventional wisdom is that the presidential election will be close. It's a 50-50 country, so the CW goes, just as it was in the year 2000. The problem is that the conventional wisdom hasn't taken a proper accounting of John Kerry. Here's the truth that Democrats don't want to admit and that Republicans are fearful of speaking openly because they don't want to jinx things: Kerry is a terrible, terrible, terrible candidate.

Just a Gigolo - After the New Hampshire primary, Dennis Kucinich's new slogan is: ".001 Percent of America Can't Be Wrong!" John Edwards' new slogan is: "Vote for Me or We'll See You in Court." Joe Lieberman's new slogan is: "Sixth Place Is Not an Option." (Bumper sticker version: "Ask Me About My Delegate.") Al Sharpton's new slogan is "Hello? Room Service?" Wesley Clark's new slogan is: "Leading America's War on Fetuses." Howard Dean's new slogan is: "I Want to Be Your President ... And So Do I!"

That leaves John Kerry (new slogan: "Nous Sommes Nombre Un!"), who is winning Democratic voters in droves on the basis of his superior ability to taunt George Bush for his lack of combat experience. Like every war hero I've ever met, John Kerry seems content to spend his days bragging about his battlefield exploits. Wait, wait ... Let me correct that last sentence: like no war hero I've ever met...

Kerry: Arafat Is No Longer a 'Statesman' - John Kerry is flip-flopping again in response to the New York Post's revelation that he praised Muslim terrorist leader Yasser Arafat as a "role model" and "statesman" at least as recently as 1997.

Kerry Backed Korea, Europe Troop Reductions Three Weeks Ago - Sen. John Kerry is blasting President Bush for his plan to withdraw 70,000 troops from South Korea and Germany. But less than three weeks ago the top Democrat said he thought such troop reductions were a good idea, specifically naming Europe and Korea.

Kerry Caught in Whopper Trying to Get the Cuban Vote - John Kerry doesn't just flip-flop in his desperate attempt to be all things to all voters; he even makes things up.

Kerry: I Fibbed About Hillary Poll - Democrat presidential hopeful Sen. John Kerry has finally come clean on the fib he told at last week's "Rock the Vote" presidential debate, where he claimed that he led U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton by a whopping 15 points in a recent presidential survey.

KERRY BACK TO WRINKLES - After opting for a fresh-face-look for most of the campaign year, Dem presidential hopeful John Kerry has boldly gone back to wrinkles!

Kerry called Secret Service agent 'Son of a B*tch' after slope spill - Dem presidential candidate John Kerry called his secret service agent a "son of a bitch" after the agent inadvertently moved into his path during a ski mishap in Idaho, sending Kerry falling into the snow.

Kerry camp spins its wheels - Sen. John Kerry spoke about the plight of the American worker when he traveled to Detroit earlier this week, a safe message for the blue-collar workers who build cars there.

So it was a little strange that the campaign picked as its press-pass logo for its Motor City tour the gleaming showcase car of a foreign auto company — Rolls-Royce — that makes cars priced far outside the financial reach of any middle-class voter.

Kerry Disowns His SUVs; NewsMax Has the Photos - Just like many fake self-professed "environmentalists" we know, Sen. John Kerry loves Kerry and his gas-guzzling Chevy Suburban SUVto tool around in the SUVs he'd like to deny his fellow Americans. But now he's blaming his gas guzzlers on others, even the missus.

Kerry: 'I'm Proud I Stood Against Reagan' - A day after Ronald Reagan's death Sen. John Kerry praised him for his "love of country" and geniality.

Kerry is Hypocrite on Abortion - Kerry brags about his 100 percent pro-abortion record when speaking to NOW groups, but hides it when speaking to more conservative groups. Kerry's Catholic faith, litmus test for Supreme Court nominees, partial-birth abortion (voted for), and live-birth abortions. more>

Kerry joked about his annulment - a few years ago, Kerry yucked it up himself with "Imus in the Morning" over a subject much more personal and – to many, especially Catholics – much more offensive. Kerry joked about the annulment of his first marriage – one that lasted 18 years and produced two children. more>

Kerry on the Record: Equivocating on Castro - John Kerry’s position on Castro seems to exemplify the late U.S. Senate minority leader and senior senator from Illinois, Everett Dirksen who once said: “I am a man of fixed and unbending principles, the first of which is to be flexible at all times.”

Kerry the great straddler - Too-careful politicians think the best defense is giving no offense. To avoid offending any voters, John Kerry has come down foursquare on both sides of three social issues.

Kerry uses F-word in anti-Bush tirade - fires off expletive in Rolling Stone interview to describe how war vote hurting candidacy. more>

Kerry -- Yuck! - Phonies are like trolley cars. There's usually another one coming down the tracks. Just after we were getting over one phony -- Clinton -- we have another one waiting in the wings.

Kerry-oke Lounge - New game from the RNC lets you sing along about flip-flops! more>

Kerry's Candidacy Clouded by Too Many Lies - It is a fog of lies and baseless accusations, hurled with abandon and glee, by an unending parade of Democrats determined to shape the coming election. It is an all-out attempt to reacquire the presidency, and has succeeded in severely clouding the Kerry candidacy.

Kerry’s Dirty Deeds - "What good is it, my brothers, if a man claims to have faith but has no deeds?" said Kerry, citing James 2:14. It is a question Kerry has yet to answer: What good is a politician who makes a show of his Catholic faith while casting votes in favor of the abortion of unborn children?

Kerry is an advocate of empty faith. He justifies the blatant contradiction between his Catholicism and his voting record on the grounds that his faith should not drive his deeds. more>

Kerry's cooked goose, or was it a gander? - Sen. John Kerry may have reached a new low in Ohio with his staged goose hunt.

Kerry's got 'em fooled - while portraying himself as a man of the people, someone looking out for the little guy, the fact of the matter is he's a dilettante – a guy who expects special privileges for himself and gets them. more>

Kerry's Latest Lie: Christmas in Cambodia - Political cartoon by Linda Eddy

Kerry's Not a Flip-Flopper. He's Worse - That's why all the shouting about the War on Terror from the left has to do with Bush's reasons for going to war--not about whether or not the war is actually necessary. If a liberal can prove that Bush lied, then he can still support the idea of the war in principle without the necessity of taking responsibility for prosecuting it.

Kerry's political - and life - goal: To become Kennedy - Liveshot Kerry has always slavishly aped all things Kennedy, and it goes way beyond his Senate voting record. Teddy bought himself a convertible, Liveshot ditto. They both share a deep respect for motor-vehicle laws - Teddy drove with a suspended license, Liveshot couldn't be bothered with getting a Massachusetts inspection sticker for seven years.

Kerrys raced to dump foreign stocks - John Kerry's family dumped millions of dollars of foreign holdings as he launched his White House bid, gobbling up Made in the USA stocks in a huge politically savvy international-to-domestic shift.

Kerry refuses to release more records - The day after John F. Kerry said he would make all of his military records available for inspection at his campaign headquarters, a spokesman said the senator would not release any new documents, leaving undisclosed many of Kerry's evaluations by his Navy commanding officers, some medical records, and possibly other material.

Kerry Talks About Two Americas, But They Are Not the Two He Thinks - One after another, leftist actors and recording stars took to the stage to open their mouths and spew venomous insults at President Bush. The filth poured out like so much overflow from a backed up sewer. Meanwhile, Kerry and Edwards sat back in their chairs and basked in it. Here were the presumptive Democratic candidates raking in the dough, while wallowing in the filth they inspired. One has to conclude they condoned and helped to produce it.

KERRY UNLOADED ITALIAN MANSION MONTH HE DECIDED WHITE HOUSE RUN; SOLD TO GEORGE CLOONEY AFTER BRAD PITT FINDER -
Sen. John Kerry sold his foreign mansion in Italy just weeks before he announced a run for the White House in January of 2003, the DRUDGE REPORT has learned.

Kerry: Vulgar, profane and arrogant - So what gives?

My observation is simple: As the American people are getting to know John Kerry, they just don't like him. And as Kerry – who Peggy Noonan referred to this week "a sad, hollow tree" – runs headlong through his campaign schedule, I believe he hits on all the wrong buttons. The American people aren't stupid, yet we feel John Kerry treats us as though we are.

LET THEM EAT RIBS - To counteract his perceived perception that he is too serious and weighted down by the vagaries of intellectual and physical prowess, Kerry's staff has had him using humor in his stump speeches.

As well, Kerry told a reporter that he enjoyed going out for beers with the fellows, knocking back a few and whooping it up. "It's not easy humanizing a guy like Kerry," says the former staffer. "You have Vietnam, and you have friends who can speak to his private life, but Kerry himself is not a great advocate for himself in that regard. He's just too stiff and patrician."

Liberal Loopholes - Edwards and Kerry want to raise taxes, but aren't wild about paying them - In embracing John Edwards, John Kerry has also endorsed his populist "two Americas" rhetoric and has put tax increases at the center of the election campaign. So it's fair to ask the two Democrats: How much of those tax increases will actually hit the super-rich like yourselves, and how much will end up on the backs of upper middle-class wage earners?

NRA Ad Campaign Portrays Kerry As Poodle - Sen. John Kerry is portrayed as a sweater-wearing poodle with a pink bow in an upcoming advertising campaign by the National Rifle Association, mocking his attempts to portray himself as friendly to gun sports and saying, ``That dog don't hunt.''

Official 'Kerry for President' Website Riddled with Obscenities - Sen. John Kerry's official election website is riddled with obscenities, the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal. A sampling of web pages featured on Kerry's official site reveal:

"Bush f**ked up Afghanistan... Did I expect George Bush to f**k it up as badly as he did... cutting all your f**king legs off at the knees... Where the f**k is he?... scare the living s**t out of me... He has a pig-in-s**t grin on his face, he wanted to get into the s**t... doesn't play s**t in my book..."

In fact, typing in the terms "F**k" or "S**t" in the search box of the official Kerry For President site directly links the reader to the action!

Old Crimson Interview Reveals A More Radical John Kerry - The Harvard Crimson reported Kerry called for U.N. control of troops in 1970: “I’m an internationalist,” Kerry told The Crimson in 1970. “I’d like to see our troops dispersed through the world only at the directive of the United Nations.”Kerry said he wanted “to almost eliminate CIA activity. The CIA is fighting its own war in Laos and nobody seems to care.” more>

Our National Hamster - Vote for Kerry - He'll Save Your Hamster! more>

President Gigolo? - What kind of life experience leads to being a good president? George Washington worked tirelessly as a surveyor and became a military leader. In between, he became a successful farmer and agricultural innovator.

John Adams went to Harvard at 15, became a schoolteacher, ran a successful farm, studied the law and repeatedly answered the call of duty to his young nation – leaving home for months at a time on treacherous journeys across the Atlantic.

Study the lives of the great presidents in American history and you will find they developed their character through hard work and challenging life experiences. In 2004, America will be faced with the second opportunity to elect a president who has no real work experience outside government.

Worse yet, as my colleague Rabbi Shmuley Boteach pointed out in his most recent column, Kerry's main work experience seems to have been marrying extremely rich women.

Presidential Debates, I--Kerry Never Falls Down, and When He Does, He Never Wavers - The ''mixed signals'' Kerry has been sending out for going on a year now have increased the number of the casualties we are suffering in Iraq. However, if you are paying close enough attention to him, you will see that some equally alarming signals he sends out are not mixed.

Primetime Live Poll: More Republicans Satisfied With Sex Lives Than Democrats - The "Primetime Live" sex poll answers many provocative questions that we have all wondered about, but have never dared to ask, including: how many Americans describe themselves as sexually "traditional" or "adventurous"; how often are Americans having sex; what are the sex habits of cheaters; and who is cheating with their co-worker and who is cheating in the workplace.

Pro-Kerry Historian: Kerry Lies About Anti-war Activities - A Vietnam War historian and supporter of Democrat presidential candidate John Kerry has told CNSNews.com that Kerry is lying about key events related to his anti-war activities in 1971.

Say It Slowly: John-Kerry-Is-the-Most-Liberal-Senator - It's time for a subtle shift in the flip-flop strategy.

Security Council members deny meeting Kerry - U.N. ambassadors from several nations are disputing assertions by Democratic presidential candidate Sen. John Kerry that he met for hours with all members of the U.N. Security Council just a week before voting in October 2002 to authorize the use of force in Iraq.

SPRING BREAK: KERRY RETREATS TO HIS SUN VALLEY MANSION FOR 5-DAY LUXURY UNWIND - Dem candidate-in-waiting John Kerry is set for a 5-day luxury break at his Sun Valley, Idaho compound after a week riddled with gaffes, missteps and slippage in the polls.

Taking the high road, the low road and maybe a boulder or two - the Bike Wars: Bush rides a Trek mountain bike, while Kerry rides an $8,000 Serotta, and cracks "Did the training wheels fall off?", when Bush takes a fall. more>

Teresa insists hubby `likes people' - Trying to erase the image of her husband as aloof, Teresa Heinz Kerry yesterday insisted Sen. John F. Kerry [related, bio] ``likes people'' and went so far as to say he would make a great nursery school teacher.

The John-John Ticket--Richest in History - Included in the display of carefully orchestrated talking points on stage at the DNC was John Kerry's and John Edwards' belief in two Americas. ''Plantation'' talk as my recent guest, Mason Weaver, would call it. You can hear my interview with him online at Oneplace.

The many faces of John Kerry - Kerry speaking in October to the Arab American Institute in Michigan: I know how disheartened Palestinians are by the Israeli government's decision to build the barrier off of the Green Line – cutting deep into Palestinian areas. We don't need another barrier to peace. Provocative and counterproductive measures only harm Israelis' security over the long term, increase the hardships to the Palestinian people, and make the process of negotiating an eventual settlement that much harder. That's Kerry telling a group of Arab-Americans what they want to hear on a controversial international subject – the building a protective fence in Israel.

The Many Mansions of John and Teresa Kerry - From a sailing mecca to a ski resort, presumptive Democrat nominee John Kerry and his wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, enjoy the trappings of their wealth in at least five homes and vacation getaways across the country valued at nearly $33 million.

The Oddest Couple and Their Hidden Agendas - I don't get either coherence or authenticity from John Kerry or Teresa Heinz Kerry, whether they're together or apart. What I do get is a hidden agenda that bodes ill for America's future - agendas that should mobilize all sane voters to blanket our country in red on Nov. 2. more>

The real Kerry: Flip-flops, payoffs, tax hikes, lies - "The Many Faces of John Kerry" by David N. Bossie is a hard-hitting, ruthlessly honest political biography of the 2004 Democratic nominee for president of the United States. Here's just some of what you'll learn in "The Many Faces of John Kerry":

The Top Ten John Kerry Lies

The Value of Values - Looking for John Kerry's principles - Little girls know makeup has something to do with being grown up. But when they try it on, they tend to overdo it.

Likewise, John Kerry knows "values" have something to do with getting elected president. But he uses the word promiscuously, almost randomly, betraying over eagerness and a lack of understanding.

Two Wars, Two Kerrys - Kerry's conflicting positions on both Gulf Wars, NAFTA, and the Patriot Act prompted President Bush to remark, "The candidates are an interesting group with diverse opinions: for tax cuts and against them; for Nafta and against Nafta; for the Patriot Act and against the Patriot Act; in favor of liberating Iraq and opposed to it. And that's just one senator from Massachusetts."

What a typical Kerry supporter might believe - The following is a non-exhaustive list of what a John Kerry supporter might believe.

What John Kerry's America will look like - This week, I began to think for the first time about what I would write if Sen. John Kerry were elected president in November. But then, I realized I should write that column now. What good would it do to awaken people to the dangers of a Kerry administration after that administration had been elected? Here, then, are a few predictions of what will transpire in the unlikely event John Kerry becomes the most powerful man on Earth.

What Kerry's attraction to wealthy women says about his character - John Kerry is married to Teresa Heinz Kerry, a half billionaire, whom he married even though she was five years older than him – a practice which, while not unheard of, is certainly highly uncommon for a man who was in his 50s. And before that, he was married to his first wife, Julia Thorne, who, according to press reports, had a similarly huge fortune of over $100 million. more>

What’s To Like? - "What you're going to see is more and more stories about Kerry is just reviled by his fellow Democratic Senators and by others," says a campaign staffer for Sen. John Edwards. "The man is genuinely disliked for just being a big phony."

As an example, the staffer pointed to the veterans from Vietnam Kerry has surrounded himself with. "Almost to a one, these guys have said that they had reached out to Kerry over the years and never heard back from him. Suddenly he's running for president and he's all hot and heavy to use them to his advantage."

Why I cannot vote for John Kerry - Here is one voter's list.

'YOU'RE GOING TO FIND US WORKING' - "So here's what we're going to fight for, and we're going to fight for it every single day, not just through this election, but from the day we win until the day we raise our hands and every day thereafter. You're not going to have to look for us on vacation. You're going to find us working for America." --- Kerry Delivers Remarks At Campaign Event, Cleveland, OH, 7/7/04

Kerry has missed more than 80% of Senate votes this year, the AP reports. more>