Never send a boy on a man’s errand
John Kerry wrong Mitt Romney Pretender
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Every election campaign has its most laughable moment, and the Barack Hussein Obama one has (make that had) John Kerry.
According to Alexander Marlow, Managing Editor of savvy Breitbart news, “Team Obama Blames John Kerry for Debate Loss”.
Well, given that Kerry ran against him in 2004, guess that’s the closest Team Obama can get to George W. Bush.
In terms of rollicking laughter, Kerry as Obama’s sparring partner in practice rounds leading up to the first presidential debate, has gotta’ be right up there with Clint Eastwood’s Empty Chair.
Anyone whose funny bone isn’t tickled by the specter of the lantern-jawed John Kerry pretending to be Mitt Romney in presidential debate warm-up rehearsals, has no sense of humour.
Get a load of this: John Kerry was reportedly chosen to play Romney in rehearsals owing to his…“aggression”.
If it was aggression Team Obama was looking for, they chose the wrong Kerry.
Teresa Heinz-Kerry has a lot more aggression, and it seeps out of her whether or not she’s had that day’s supply of gin-soaked raisins.
People don’t yawn around Tessa fearing she’ll jump down their throats.
Dems are out to shut down the free enterprise system and rid the business world of all capitalists other than George Soros. Teresa is an expert at capitalism. She married into into it. John Kerry who married into capitalism by marrying Teresa is only a capitalist two times removed.
The Obama Team must be kidding when they see John Kerry as the epitome of “aggression”.
If John Kerry were to shout “Boo!” on Halloween night, children would collapse in fits of giggles thinking how much he looks like Fred Gwynne, who played the part of trial judge, Chamberlain Haller in the hilarious movie “My Cousin Vinnie”.
In choosing the wrong ‘aggressor’ for target practice, Team Obama also showed lousy timing. Observers of Campaign 2012 are aware of skewed polls. Presidential candidate John Kerry, who was a victim of skewed exit polls, came onto television election night as the winner but most embarrassingly had to admit defeat within moments.
Back in 2004 even their worst enemies felt a tad sorry for the Kerrys who were reduced to tears as they came to understand their loss, a moment seen by millions of Election Night television viewers.
It is harder to feel sorry for John Kerry now that he’s close to ‘Number One Obama Team Fanny Kisser’. Teresa was long ago replaced as Queen of Aggression by the even more aggressive Michelle Obama.
As Obama’s presidential debate ‘Pretend Romney’, Kerry was a sparring partner in the ring, punching away at empty air.
No wonder Obama looked shocked when confronted by the real McCoy last Wednesday.
There’s a classic political campaign 101 lesson for the Obama Team in prepping for a presidential debate with a John Kerry posing as a Romney: It’s called “Never send a boy on a man’s errand.”