Senator John Kerry: Hypocrisy On Steroids

Posted October 5th, 2010 by Iron Mike

Listen to Lurch – the RICHEST US Senator – complain about the political environment and the influence of money and big corporations on politics.  His wife is the heiress to the Heinz Ketchup fortune. 

This may be a first for Lurch, – he didn’t mention his “time in Vietnam” even once.  He’s just very happy he doesn’t have to run this year.   He’s waiting for Obama to call and offer him SecState.

Remember this hypocrite was hiding his $7 Million New Zealand built luxury yacht in Rhode Island this summer to avoid Massachusetts sales and property tax.

/s/  Iron Mike
Old Soldier, – Still Good for Parts!

 

One Response to “Senator John Kerry: Hypocrisy On Steroids”

  1. LeoTheLion4

    John F. Kerry, a/k/a “JFK” (“Just For Kerry”), is a fraud of intergalactic proportions. His capacity for hypocrisy has expanded to the point where even “progressives” seem embarrassed by him.

    The reason “Liveshot” doesn’t mention his Vietnam Service anymore is related to why he didn’t fight back against the Swiftboat Veterans for Truth when they outed him during the 2004 Presidential Campaign: Kerry’s Vietnam record, on which his hollow career was founded, is perhaps the phoniest thing about him (and that is saying a great deal). The Swiftboat Vets had him dead to rights, and Kerry knew it. Like the kid caught red handed in a lie, he was paralysed into silence (and that, too, is saying a great deal).

    Now there is an additional reason: the federal Stolen Valor Act, which now makes criminal false statements about military service.

    By the way, when is the Marie Atoinette of the Senate going to release to the press his military records, as he promised to do repeatedly during the 2004 Presidential campaign? And why do you suppose he is ducking this?

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