USA: Hope, Change and the Uninformed Public

Liberals/Progressives are just so dense that they don’t even recognise their own stupidity. John Kerry slammed the American electorate as being more taken with slogans instead of paying attention to the facts or truth of politicians (hahah..snort…haha). I may be wrong but I suspect his little hissy-fit was aimed at Tea Party and Republican supporters. If he had stepped back and just thought about what he was saying for a minute he would have realised just how hypocritical he was being, seeing as his old pal Obama got into office on every oily slogan known to man – hope ‘n change ring a bell Kerry? – without his supporters paying attention to him when he said he would “fundamentally transform America”. Pot…kettle…black anyone?

If you can’t beat ‘em, beat up on ‘em is apparently the new playbook for the Democrats. John “He even looks French” Kerry, now the senior Senator from Massachusetts, voiced his view of Americans today: “We have an electorate that doesn’t always pay that much attention to what’s going on so people are influenced by a simple slogan rather than the facts or the truth or what’s happening.”

And it must have been an informed public that voted for hope and change …

How many ways can liberals find to call Tea Partiers and fed-up Americans dumb, lazy, disinterested, and racist?

They’re running out of names to call in English, so maybe Kerry will have to resort epithets in French.



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This is my tribute to highlighting the hyposcrisy in the left and racial world...

Posted on 28 September 2010, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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