Monday, July 26, 2004
The Ketchup Queen (Mrs. Kerry, for those of you just tuning in) gave an "impassioned" address to the Pennsylvania delegation to the DNC yesterday. The address denounced "hate-politics", according to Matt Drudge. Following are two lines direct from The Ketchup Queen's address:
"We need to turn back some of the creeping, un-Pennsylvanian and sometimes un-American traits that are coming into some of our politics.That all sounds nice. It's good advice for Democrats, too, who are eager to smear, spin and point fingers. Thus, it was fitting that The Ketchup Queen would deliver this address at the DNC. Here's the best part of all, though. After speaking, she plowed through the Secret Service personnel, walked up to a reporter, confirmed who he was, and said:
"My prayers for you, for me, for the country, for the world, are that we keep this at a high level, with dignity, with respect and with a great idealism and courage that took our forefathers to build this great nation."
"Of course, understandable. You said something I didnt say. Now Shove it!"Wonderful decorum, Mrs. Kerry. Remember people, this is the same lady who said:
"I can't believe my family left Africa and came to this country. I can't believe I ever even married an American." - New York Post, 4/15/2004, as quoted on Newsmax.com, April 16, 2004"This country," Mrs. Kerry, relies upon its First Lady to be an ambassador of liberty, its ideals, and its prosperity. If you want to study a good example of a First Lady, follow Mrs. Laura Bush around for a day or two.