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January 27, 2006

John Kerry's Swan Song

John Kerry is leading the Samuel Alito filibuster charge in a last-gasp attempt to stay relevant on the national political landscape.

"Judge Alito's confirmation would be an ideological coup on the Supreme Court," Kerry said in a written statement.

"We can't afford to see the court's swing vote, Justice Sandra Day O'Connor, replaced with a far-right ideologue like Samuel Alito."

What a laugh! With all 55 Republican senators and three Democrats on record as supporting Alito, where does Kerry think this will take him? Does he think by this asinine move he'll endear himself to the far left fringe in his obvious bid for another nomination for 2008? We expect these things from Ted Kennedy, and now Ketchup Boy seems to be trying to take over the "top lefty" spot.

Kerry was the best the Democrats could offer in 2004. He failed them. What makes him think they'll give him a second chance? Politics is a blood sport, and no prisoners are taken.

Actually, I hope he continues his quest. It's great grist for the guffaw mill. With entertainment like this, who needs reality TV?

Note: As of this writing, a poll you can find at the bottom of the story linked above shows 60% of respondents believing Kerry wants to filibuster because of politics, while 40% say its conviction. Heh.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 09:42 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | Democrats

I believe there has been a 4th Democrat to announce support for Alito. That makes 59 votes. The GOP side of the gang of 14 does not see the requirements are met to vote against the Constitutional Option killing a Filibuster.

Kerry and Kennedy's careers are finally in a death spiral.

Just an aside. IF the Davos meeting was so important to the Western Economies, why isn't Al Qaeda attacking it?

Posted by: PCD at January 27, 2006 10:24 AM

John Kerry is living proof that all Yale graduates are not smart.

Posted by: Miriam at January 28, 2006 10:27 AM
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