Friday, June 11, 2004

Kerry on Reagan

Lest we forget ... below is quoted form today's Best of the Web (OpinionJournal):

This is from a July 21, 1988, report in the Boston Globe on the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta:

Earlier last night, Sen. John F. Kerry took to the convention hall podium, telling the delegates that the "moral darkness" of President Reagan's presidency will soon end.

"A Republican president once reminded us, 'There is absolutely nothing to be said for a government of powerful men with the ideals of pawnbrokers,' " Kerry said.

"That president's name was Theodore Roosevelt. And today Theodore Roosevelt would be ashamed to be a Republican."

To think Kerry a two-faced swine is to demean facially challenged pigs, indeed to demean the facially challenged of all species.

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