Let them start with John Kerry

While I can understand the impulse if this were to be implemented I think it should be first applied to the likes of John Kerry who says stupid things like:

The media in America has a bigger responsibility than it’s exercising today. The media has got to begin to not give equal time or equal balance to an absolutely absurd notion just because somebody asserts it or simply because somebody says something which everybody knows is not factual.

This was in regard to the Tea Party who he claims “held the country hostage” during the debt ceiling debates.

“Everybody knows”? I would like to suggest Senator Kerry reexamine the last election results in terms of how many people believe what the Tea Party candidates have to say.


3 thoughts on “Let them start with John Kerry

  1. I would like to suggest that John “effing” Kerry read his own political history, especially the chapters regarding his Presidential election.

  2. I would like to suggest Senator Kerry read about Ignaz Semmelweis. He said “something which everybody knows ‘knew’ is was not factual.” He had the unmitigated gall to suggest that doctors actually wash their hands between patients. Good thing nobody repeated what he had to say. Not.

  3. What Kerry said before the exerpt was; “I’ll just tell politely…” or some version thereof. Meaning that NOW it’s a polite recommendation, but later…

    And have you noticed lately how many AM radio ads are now government ads? No one’s talking about this, but they have some stations securely by the balls right now.

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