defame (verb) – to damage the reputation, character, or good name of by slander or libel.
treason (noun) – the betrayal of a trust or confidence; breach of faith; treachery
kerry (verb) – to damage the reputation, character, or good name of American military men and women; to betray the trust and confidence of America’s military; to commit a breach of faith with the men of women of America’s Armed Forces; to be treacherous towards the military
Last year (Nov. 4, 2006) I wrote an article for the New Media Journal titled “Kerrying the Troops.” I’ve provided three definitions to help define who John Kerry is. Yes, I made up the third definition, but actually I’ve merely described the junior senator from Massachussetts.
Not unlike the cold sore you can’t get rid of, John Kerry has once again inserted himself into the limelight. The last time we saw John Kerry in the news, some student of the Gator Nation was yelling, “Don’t taze me bro!”
This time Senator Kerry is finally going to clear up the Swift Boat Veterans’ terrible treatment of him during the 2004 elections. In response to T. Boone Pickens’ challenge, Senator Kerry stated, “”While I am prepared to show they lied on allegation after allegation, you have generously offered to pay one million dollars for just one thing that can be proven false. I am prepared to prove the lie beyond any reasonable doubt.” (See full article)
I laughed when I saw that and thought to myself, “I can’t wait to see Mr. Pickens’ response.” He did not disappoint me. I’m thinking Senator Kerry will “lurch” back into the background after he reads Mr. Pickens’ simple requirements.
Some people continuously beat their foreheads and then wonder why they have a headache.