Kerry says we’re ignorant.

Posted September 27th, 2010 by Jim Ettwein

“We have an electorate that doesn’t always pay that much attention to what’s going on so people are influenced by a simple slogan rather than the facts or the truth or what’s happening,” Kerry told reporters after touring the Boston Medical Center yesterday.

Do you mean, John, slogans like: “Hope and Change” or “Yes We Can”? Well, I don’t know about you, but nearly everyone I talk to knows something of what’s going on. Something about the debacle that the O admin has become. Something about who represents them. And a whole lot about who they’re going to vote for on 11/2.

Keep talking John. And Barney. And, and, and. No slogans needed. rr

2 Responses to “Kerry says we’re ignorant.”

  1. Perplexed Senior

    It is very unfortunate that the “Kethup” man is not running for re-election this year. All those folks that he has the audacity to call ignorant combined with those that are not ignorant, but very well informed, would vote this “Lurch” look alike into retiremnt where he belongs. This phony has had nothing but contempt, first for the military during the Viet Nam War, with his lying testimony before the Senate, his military record that was never released and his disdain for the ignorant and non-ignorant constituents of Massachusetts. The Mass GOP should be conducting a state wide search for the best candidate to oppose this terminal golddigger.

  2. Iron Mike

    Kerry is right. MazzWholes ARE ignorant. Seven (7) times they sent him and Fat Teddy back to the Senate – fifteen (15)times they sent Bwarny Bwak to da House – and each time they expected to receive a FREE middle class lifestyle – all paid for by the richest 1%.

    Hey Lurch, were you being ‘smart’ or sleazy when you parked your boat in Newport? Bubba was here yesterday; any Dems asking you to campaign for them this year Mister “Reporting for Duty”?

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