I can see why those on John Kerry’s campaign staff cringe when his wife Teresa pops off in public. She is no Hillary Clinton. And I don’t mean that as a compliment. (I like Hillary now more than I did before. She isn’t on my short list of top choices for president — that honor goes to John McCain, Harold Ford, Rudy Giuliani, and Barak Obama. But I would vote for her over either Kerry or Bush.)
Here are a few quotes from Teresa Heinz-Kerry today.
On 9/12 every single newspaper in the world said ‘We are all Americans.’ Today it is not the case.
She’s quoting Le Monde. The French daily said we are all Americans now. But Le Monde is not “every single newspaper in the world.”
I don’t have a copy or an image of a newspaper from Iraq on September 11, 2001. But I do have an image of one of Saddam’s newspapers commemorating the first anniversary of September 11, 2001.
The Arabic script does not say “We Are All Americans Now,” and it especially doesn’t say “We Are Still All Americans.”
The Taliban is back running Afghanistan
The Taliban does not run Afghanistan. I’m real sorry the Taliban aren’t yet discussed in the past tense, but today’s Afghan government – such as it is – is run by a guy named Hamid Karzai. An election is scheduled this coming Saturday.
No American boy or girl should lose their lives for oil.
Now that I can agree with. Good thing we aren’t fighting for oil.