Sunday, March 21, 2004

You know you are in trouble when ...

When jokes start to pop up about a person, their credibility is no longer an issue - it doesn't exist. Oh well, the dems had a promise of winning the WH for a little while at least.

Q: How many John Kerrys does it take to change a lightbulb?

A: At least four. One to unscrew the old lightbulb. One to simultaneously announce his courageous commitment to replacing the old bulb. One to vote against funding the new light bulb. And one to denounce George W. Bush and America's Benedict Arnold CEOs for leaving everyone in the dark.

Q: Why did John Kerry cross the road?

A: He didn't cross the road. He crossed to the middle to demonstrate his grasp of the nuances and subtleties involved in crossing the road, and was still explaining them to the New York Times reporter when the logging truck hit him.

Link to the full Mark Steyn article.

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