Kerry Loses Gig Because of Big Mouth

Looks like it did not take long for there to be backlash from John Kerry’s big mouth. I seem to remember hearing a bunch of people say that George Bush could not openly campaign for folks because his approval rating is so low and that Republicans did not want to be seen with him for fear of losing.

Now it looks like no one wants to be seen with the guy who lost to Bush either. I have written several articles about the smear John Kerry let loose on the military and the web has been full of this story. Kerry went bonkers at a press conference and showed himself not to be presidential. As an aside, I have never heard Bush call anyone names. He might say they will raise taxes or cut and run but he never launches a personal attack on anyone. The things that the Democrats say about him are unbelievable and they demonstrate just how vile they are.

Leaning Straight Up has another great article and in it the details of John Kerry being asked not to attend a campaign event:

DES MOINES, Iowa A Democratic Congressional candidate from Iowa is canceling a campaign event later this week with Senator John Kerry.

Brucy Braley says Kerry’s recent comments about the Iraq war were inappropriate.

Braley is running against Republican Mike Whalen in Iowa’s First District congressional race. It’s a contest considered to be one of the most competitive House races in the country. WPRI

You know it is bad when even your fellow moonbats are saying it was inappropriate. LSU had it right, if Kerry would have apologized and shown a little humility, this would have blown over and been done with. Kerry is however, so intent on never being “Swift Boated” again, he is a bit testy. I also think he realized pretty quick that he screwed up and that he would catch a great deal of hell for it, especially from the donks who want to win back the power.

If the Republicans retain control of both houses of Congress, we can thank Kerry for his October gift.

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