11th August 04:24
Kerry's Campaign Manager on Howard Dean (respect)
"[Dean has] yelled the loudest [and] pounded the podium the
hardest, and there's a certain market for that style," said Jim
Jordan, manager of Sen. John F. Kerry's presidential campaign.
"He's going to have to convince [voters] that he has the
strength, the experience, the preparation, the temperament and
the judgment that's required. . . . Ultimately, that's where
he's going to come up short."
Like "Corn Dog" Kerry, the guy who dances away from his own
votes, has anything to offer? Ah, but there's Kerry's military
record, the Kerry fans say. Yes, there is that, and it's safe
to say that today's servicemembers admire and respect that
record, but their bullsh*t detectors might start going off when
they examine Kerry's 1970s opinions of the American effort in
Speaking of Southeast Asia, will the Kerry campaign try to get
Howard Dean to go mental over the tragic loss of Dean's brother
in Laos in 1974? The body was never found, and some think he
might have been executed by the Pathet Lao and buried in a rice
paddy. Dean still gets choked up over this, and who can blame
Too crazy and sleazy, you say? No, it's just politics.