Saturday, June 26, 2004

Another double fucking standard

The right wing on John Kerry saying "fuck" in Rolling Stone magazine:

"I heard that [Kerry using the F-word] and I can tell you that an educated person who has had schooling, and certainly the senator has, should not have to demean himself and others by using that word under any circumstances." — Jerry Falwell, December 19, 2003

"It is shocking, because these are people who are trying to be the leader of the free world, president of the United States. There's a certain amount of dignity . . . that used to be associated with the office. And George Bush, to his credit, is attempting to return some of that. It really does not reflect well on the Democratic candidates that they're stooping to this kind of language." — Mona Charen, December 23, 2003

"I've known John Kerry for a long time and I'm very disappointed that he would use that kind of language. That's beneath John Kerry and I'm disappointed that he did it." — Andrew Card, White House Chief of Staff, December 8, 2003

"You've got your good friend John Kerry-Dukakis, using the F-word . . . Are you at all embarrassed at these candidates?" — Sean Hannity, December 8, 2003

The right wing on "Dick" Cheney saying "Fuck yourself" to Sen. Leahy on the floor of the United States Senate:

"I didn't hear them." -- Sen. Bill Frist

"I expressed myself rather forcefully, felt better after I had done it," -- V.P. Dick Cheney

hhhhhhhmmmmmmmm maybe we should all try that,,,,

FUCK YOU! YOU RIGHT WING HYPOCRITES!!!

Damn, ya know, I really do feel better!

3 Comments:

Blogger dancinfool said...

"I expressed myself rather forcefully, felt better after I had done it," -- V.P. Dick CheneyAw, give the poor guy some credit. It was probably the closest he'll ever come to combat. Cheney's spokesman confirmed that there was a "frank exchange of views," which I think is just the kind of frank exchange many of us would like to have with The Defibrillator himself if we were to ever run into him getting out of his bunker and into his limo.

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Saturday, June 26, 2004 11:03:00 AM  
Blogger Bobby said...

Yeah, fuck 'em. Cheney said of Viet Nam that he had "other priorities in the '60s than military service." So Ditty's right, this probably is the closest he'll get to combat. No problemo cooking up some lies and sending others in harms way though.

Saturday, June 26, 2004 11:28:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Neither is acceptable. Cheney should have apologized. It was heat of the moment. However, Kerry says it in a sit down interview.

Wednesday, July 07, 2004 12:10:00 AM  

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