October 13, 2004

Seen on CNN

A couple Bush supporters have hysterically funny signs waving around behind Wolf Blitzer's head.

One is a handwritten sign that says "Kerry eats babies," which a misguided Kerry supporter was trying to cover up. The country should definitely see more signs like that, because I think many of us were really holding our breath to find out where the candidates stood regarding baby eating.

The other one is a large signboard which starts at the top in large letters saying "Except for..." and then it goes on with a bulleted list of things too small to read over the TV feed. At the bottom of the list, very clearly, it says "Bush is Stupid," with some 'is not' statement in lighter type that I couldn't see long enough to fully read. All that comes across clearly is the "Bush is stupid" line. Again, for a while, there was a back and forth with a Kerry signholder who I imagine would have gladly yielded ground if only they could see what I was seeing.

Their own worst enemies.

Posted by natasha at October 13, 2004 08:03 PM | Elections | Technorati links |
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Kerry will lose because he is not only spineless, he's SPUNKLESS. No prostate gland. Totally removed due to cancer. He's on estrogen due to the fact that testosterone causes the cancer to recur. That's why he's always doing what his clownish wife calls manly things. Crawling on his belly after deer with his trusty double barrel shotgun, windsurfing, bikeriding, etc... This guy is a phony and everyone knows it. That's why women won't vote for him. He's spunkless!

Posted by: Sam Boogliodemus at October 14, 2004 03:19 AM

Spunkless?? Thats why women won't vote for him? Do you have half a brain?

Posted by: Tera at October 14, 2004 06:42 AM

I think his cranial cavity is full of spunk.

Posted by: Andy at October 14, 2004 08:20 AM

Wow. A real troll who clearly doesn't get that he's making the point of my post for me.

If people like you didn't exist, you'd have to be invented.

Posted by: natasha at October 14, 2004 11:09 PM

One must wonder how large the risk of prostate cancer recurring is after the gland has been "totally removed"...

Posted by: felice at October 17, 2004 08:45 PM