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BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 07:52 AM
Kerry is going hunting in Ohio to show the swing voters that he is a regular guy.

He had a little trouble getting the non-resident license due to the fact that he doesn't have a drivers license!! His limo driver "Mr. French" had to vouch for who he was.

His intent is to show the swing type voters that he is no different than them, I can't wait for the publicity photo's showing Kerry "the regular guy"!! I can imagine that he will have the lackey holding the shotgun until it's time to shoot. Then everyone in the party will stand several feet behind Kerry as they all know he couldn't shoot his own foot let alone a goose!!! If I were them, I'd all take cover not just stand behind him!!!

cdcox
10-21-2004, 08:06 AM
Newspeak discussed his deer hunting technique. According to Kerry, he likes to sneak up on them by crawling on his belly, then shoot them with a shot gun.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 08:08 AM
A) Who gives a shit
B) Do you think Bush is a "regular guy"?

cdcox
10-21-2004, 08:11 AM
B) Do you think Bush is a "regular guy"?

No, Bush it is quite clear that Bush is a smart ass frat rat, but he doesn't try come off as something he is not.

Cochise
10-21-2004, 08:15 AM
Newspeak discussed his deer hunting technique. According to Kerry, he likes to sneak up on them by crawling on his belly, then shoot them with a shot gun.

With a side-by-side, remember?

Duck Dog
10-21-2004, 08:29 AM
A) Who gives a shit
B) Do you think Bush is a "regular guy"?

A) Hunters. You know, the demographic of millions that spend billions.

B) Bush doesn't pretend to be something that he's not. Big difference.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 08:38 AM
A) Who gives a shit
B) Do you think Bush is a "regular guy"?
A. Obviously you don't, so why respond?

B. Bush may not fit into my definition of a Regular Guy, but I'd bet he would be quicker to play a game of pickup football than Kerry would. I'd bet that he could start a chain saw. I'd bet that he could ride a horse. I'd bet that he could put a worm on a hook to fish with. I'd bet that he could throw a baseball with more accuracy than Kerry. I'd bet he could be a better leader in any field than Kerry could. I'd bet that Bush would stop to talk to a nobody quicker than Kerry would, Bush would do it because it has a need to be done, Kerry would do it if there were cameras around and it was politically effective.

Duck Dog
10-21-2004, 08:48 AM
The POTUS should not be a regular guy. I'm a regular guy and I doubt most people would want my finger on the button.

But people should be able to relate to the POTUS. If sKerry would just continue to be the uptight, east coast snob, elitist that he his, people like him would relate. But when he acts like a snow boarder/windsurfer/hunter....he looks like a fool and a poser.

We should stop calling sKerry the flip/flopper and start calling him 'The Big Pretender'.

stevieray
10-21-2004, 08:51 AM
I wonder if he closes his eyes when he pulls the trigger.

Duck Dog
10-21-2004, 08:57 AM
I wonder if he closes his eyes when he pulls the trigger.

Like when he catches a football? ROFL

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/1003/duckdog/Bush2004edited.jpg

alpha_omega
10-21-2004, 09:00 AM
A "real guy" does not go hunting just for a photo op. A "real guy" hunts because he likes it!

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 09:06 AM
A. Obviously you don't, so why respond?

B. Bush may not fit into my definition of a Regular Guy, but I'd bet he would be quicker to play a game of pickup football than Kerry would. I'd bet that he could start a chain saw. I'd bet that he could ride a horse. I'd bet that he could put a worm on a hook to fish with. I'd bet that he could throw a baseball with more accuracy than Kerry. I'd bet he could be a better leader in any field than Kerry could. I'd bet that Bush would stop to talk to a nobody quicker than Kerry would, Bush would do it because it has a need to be done, Kerry would do it if there were cameras around and it was politically effective.
I think that statement is the only one relevant to actually being president. Who the hell cares, but supporters of Bush, who could ride a horse?

Phobia
10-21-2004, 09:12 AM
I think that statement is the only one relevant to actually being president. Who the hell cares, but supporters of Bush, who could ride a horse?

I'm guessing it's pretty important to the equestrian demographic.

Phobia
10-21-2004, 09:12 AM
A "real guy" does not go hunting just for a photo op. A "real guy" hunts because he likes it!

Exactly. Screw all the partisan responses to this thread. You nailed it.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 09:16 AM
<HR SIZE=1> Originally Posted by BroWhippendiddle
A. Obviously you don't, so why respond?

B. Bush may not fit into my definition of a Regular Guy, but I'd bet he would be quicker to play a game of pickup football than Kerry would. I'd bet that he could start a chain saw. I'd bet that he could ride a horse. I'd bet that he could put a worm on a hook to fish with. I'd bet that he could throw a baseball with more accuracy than Kerry. I'd bet he could be a better leader in any field than Kerry could. I'd bet that Bush would stop to talk to a nobody quicker than Kerry would, Bush would do it because it has a need to be done, Kerry would do it if there were cameras around and it was politically effective. <HR SIZE=1>

I think that statement is the only one relevant to actually being president. Who the hell cares, but supporters of Bush, who could ride a horse?
It was a general comment. Why did you "bold" I'd bet he could be a better leader in any field than Kerry could. And then go make your point about the horse comment? Lose your train of thought? Did your little choo choo chug around the bend?

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 09:26 AM
<HR SIZE=1> Originally Posted by BroWhippendiddle
A. Obviously you don't, so why respond?

B. Bush may not fit into my definition of a Regular Guy, but I'd bet he would be quicker to play a game of pickup football than Kerry would. I'd bet that he could start a chain saw. I'd bet that he could ride a horse. I'd bet that he could put a worm on a hook to fish with. I'd bet that he could throw a baseball with more accuracy than Kerry. I'd bet he could be a better leader in any field than Kerry could. I'd bet that Bush would stop to talk to a nobody quicker than Kerry would, Bush would do it because it has a need to be done, Kerry would do it if there were cameras around and it was politically effective. <HR SIZE=1>


It was a general comment. Why did you "bold" I'd bet he could be a better leader in any field than Kerry could. And then go make your point about the horse comment? Lose your train of thought? Did your little choo choo chug around the bend?
Wow. Just wow. I bolded that statement because it was the only one relevant in your tirade.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 09:31 AM
Wow. Just wow. I bolded that statement because it was the only one relevant in your tirade.

You still don't get it. Bush is more like a regular guy than Kerry could ever be. Kerry was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and never was put into the fray with the regular guy world. At least Bush experienced the things that regular guys have.

I'd bet that Kerry would see a bowling ball and not know how to use it. I'd actually be surprised if Kerry knows how to brush his own teeth, that's what he's got Mr. French for.

Just to argue with you, what tirade? I was commenting on what I feel connects the president to the "regular guys" in America.

Now, get back in your play pen before yo mama slaps you!

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 09:34 AM
You still don't get it. Bush is more like a regular guy than Kerry could ever be. Kerry was born with a silver spoon in his mouth and never was put into the fray with the regular guy world. At least Bush experienced the things that regular guys have.

I'd bet that Kerry would see a bowling ball and not know how to use it. I'd actually be surprised if Kerry knows how to brush his own teeth, that's what he's got Mr. French for.

Just to argue with you, what tirade? I was commenting on what I feel connects the president to the "regular guys" in America.

Now, get back in your play pen before yo mama slaps you!
ROFL

Man, you have gone off the deep end if you believe the BS you are spouting. Many of the Bush supporters here argue that Bush may be the same as Kerry, ie privlidged, etc...but their argument is Bush does not pass himself as something that is not. Ok, I somewhat disagree, but at least it has its valid points.

You are arguing that Bush is a common folk, and wasn't born in to privilidge. Ridiculous....

Cochise
10-21-2004, 09:36 AM
Come on now. Who is more of a regular guy? The one who lives on a ranch in Texas, drives around in a Ford pickup and east cheeseburgers? Or the one who is flying around between his wife's mansions around the world and windsurfing to pass the time? Who would you have been more likely to see at a backyard barbecue? Who would be more likely to sit down next to you at a high school football game?

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 09:37 AM
ROFL

Man, you have gone off the deep end if you believe the BS you are spouting. Many of the Bush supporters here argue that Bush may be the same as Kerry, ie privlidged, etc...but their argument is Bush does not pass himself as something that is not. Ok, I somewhat disagree, but at least it has its valid points.

You are arguing that Bush is a common folk, and wasn't born in to privilidge. Ridiculous....

I didn't say anything of what you read above. What I said is that Bush has experienced more of the things regular guys do. I didn't say that he wasn't born privilidged, that is what your little mind reads into whatever you don't agree with.

Face it, Kerry is a rich snob, Bush is rich but far from snobbish. If you can't see that, you need to experience more of life and hang out with Kerry for a while, you will be wiped to the side because your ilk doesn't hang out with Kerry and his class of people.

Cochise
10-21-2004, 09:38 AM
You are arguing that Bush is a common folk, and wasn't born in to privilidge. Ridiculous....

Being born to a weathy family doesn't make you snooty. Hell, I know plenty of people born into less than I was who are snobs. Being a regular guy is in your attitude, and not your checkbook.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 09:39 AM
Come on now. Who is more of a regular guy? The one who lives on a ranch in Texas, drives around in a Ford pickup and east cheeseburgers? Or the one who is flying around between his wife's mansions around the world and windsurfing to pass the time? Who would you have been more likely to see at a backyard barbecue? Who would be more likely to sit down next to you at a high school football game?

You are 100% right, but you probably won't get that consession from SBG, he is too engrained with Kerry.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 09:40 AM
Come on now. Who is more of a regular guy? The one who lives on a ranch in Texas, drives around in a Ford pickup and east cheeseburgers? Or the one who is flying around between his wife's mansions around the world and windsurfing to pass the time? Who would you have been more likely to see at a backyard barbecue? Who would be more likely to sit down next to you at a high school football game?
I could always say that Bush is passing himself off as trying to be a normal guy, while he is not. The fact is, I don't give a shit what they do for photo ops, either of them. Bush supporters will always see Kerry in a negative light when he tries to pass himself off as a normal person, and Kerry supporters will always see Bush in the same light, vice versa.

Cochise
10-21-2004, 09:42 AM
I could always say that Bush is passing himself off as trying to be a normal guy, while he is not. The fact is, I don't give a shit what they do for photo ops, either of them. Bush supporters will always see Kerry in a negative light when he tries to pass himself off as a normal person, and Kerry supporters will always see Bush in the same light, vice versa.

Yeah, for example when a guy claims to be a huge Red Sox fan and says his favorite player is Manny Ortez, then I'm inclined to think he's a poser.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 09:43 AM
I could always say that Bush is passing himself off as trying to be a normal guy, while he is not. The fact is, I don't give a shit what they do for photo ops, either of them. Bush supporters will always see Kerry in a negative light when he tries to pass himself off as a normal person, and Kerry supporters will always see Bush in the same light, vice versa.

You are still missing it. It's not what Bush does when the cameras are around, it's what he does when they are not there.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 09:43 AM
Its also very relevant of who you are, not who you support. Would I live on a ranch in Texas? Would I live in Texas? Would I drive a ford pickup? Nope...none of the above. I do like cheeseburgers, though.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 09:43 AM
You are still missing it. It's not what Bush does when the cameras are around, it's what he does when they are not there.
I'm surprised you know what Bush does when the cameras are not around. Are you a friend of his?

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 09:46 AM
Its also very relevant of who you are, not who you support. Would I live on a ranch in Texas? Would I live in Texas? Would I drive a ford pickup? Nope...none of the above. I do like cheeseburgers, though.

Again, you've missed the point. It's not about you.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 09:48 AM
I'm surprised you know what Bush does when the cameras are not around. Are you a friend of his?

That is something that you have missed again. Try researching a little about Bush before you assume that he only does what the media is telling you.

Am I a friend of his? You bet!!

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 09:49 AM
Again, you've missed the point. It's not about you.
It very much is so. I see them both as "posers". If you are fooled by the illusion that Bush is a "common man", or any more so of one than Kerry is, its about your perception.

However, I am sure that is not the (only) reason you are voting for Bush, and that I am thankful for.

Radar Chief
10-21-2004, 09:51 AM
Its also very relevant of who you are, not who you support. Would I live on a ranch in Texas? Would I live in Texas? Would I drive a ford pickup? Nope...none of the above.

Just out of curiosity, why?

Phobia
10-21-2004, 09:53 AM
Saul, are you going to vote for Bush and Kerry?

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 09:53 AM
Just out of curiosity, why?
A)I couldn't afford a ranch.
B) I don't like Texas, I can't see myself living there, ever.
C) Ford Pickup...eh, I don't see myself ever buying a pickup. I can't see where I would need one.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 09:54 AM
Saul, are you going to vote for Bush and Kerry?
Whats it to ya, old man? :hmmm:

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 09:57 AM
It very much is so. I see them both as "posers". If you are fooled by the illusion that Bush is a "common man", or any more so of one than Kerry is, its about your perception.

However, I am sure that is not the (only) reason you are voting for Bush, and that I am thankful for.

Have you graduated from grade school?

Your inability to understand what is written as well as the intent of what is written is remarkable.

I don't think anyone in this country thinks anyone that runs for president is a "common man or woman". If you can't see the facts concerning what he has experience vs. what Kerry has experienced there is something wrong with your ability to absorb information.

What politician that you know is not a "poser"? They all take their opportunities, it's just that Bush doesn't ignore opportunities to talk to the regular American because there are no cameras around. I have never read a story about Kerry doing the same.

My reason for backing the President of the United States for a second term is because of his consistancy in leadership since he has been in office. I also do not back Kerry because of his lack of leadership in the Senate as well as his inability to be consistant with any of his platform concerns. ( I don't even include his atrocious activities after the Vietnam war as a base for my beliefs. )

You vote for Kerry and feel good about yourself (if you are old enough to vote). Should he get elected you will find yourself bound with higher taxes and a higher degree of government influence in your daily life. I've lived in countries where I had to use social medicine, it isn't what Kerry has cracked it up to be. He doesn't use the words social medicine, but his speeches have indicated his belief in it.

Phobia
10-21-2004, 09:58 AM
Whats it to ya, old man? :hmmm:
Is that your actual response you've given for my insult? Jeez - you need work. Try 3 or 4 other responses and I'll come back this afternoon and pick my favorite. In fact, post a dozen responses - you need a lot of practice.

Cochise
10-21-2004, 10:00 AM
And another thing, does a regular guy lie around in tanning beds until he's orange? Do regular guys get $500 haircuts? Do they fly hairstylists across the country to perform said haircuts? Are regular guys known for demanding free meals, cutting in lines, breaking off "don't you know who I am" and such?

And yeah... Saul shouldn't you be a fan of both Bush and Kerry?

Come on, we'll even let you get away with saying you like Bush on international policy and Kerry on domestic policy, but they're both from the United States so you are allowed to like them both.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 10:00 AM
My reason for backing the President of the United States for a second term is because of his consistancy in leadership since he has been in office. I also do not back Kerry because of his lack of leadership in the Senate as well as his inability to be consistant with any of his platform concerns. ( I don't even include his atrocious activities after the Vietnam war as a base for my beliefs. )

Exactly the point I was trying to make. I'm thankful most people, including yourself, don't vote just because of the image the particular president portrays. There was no sarcasm in that remark. Sorry, but, :rolleyes: .

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 10:01 AM
Is that your actual response you've given for my insult? Jeez - you need work. Try 3 or 4 other responses and I'll come back this afternoon and pick my favorite. In fact, post a dozen responses - you need a lot of practice.Yeah..i've gotten worn out on the whole thing. My comebacks as of late have lacked any real substance.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 10:02 AM
And yeah... Saul shouldn't you be a fan of both Bush and Kerry?

Come on, we'll even let you get away with saying you like Bush on international policy and Kerry on domestic policy, but they're both from the United States so you are allowed to like them both.
Ridiculous...You know I'll take Kerry hands down on all issues.

Phobia
10-21-2004, 10:03 AM
Yeah..i've gotten worn out on the whole thing. My comebacks as of late have lacked any real substance.

Well, thanks for ruining my entire life with that "old" jab. I think I'm gonna pick up a walker and a case of Viagra on my way home from work tonight.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 10:06 AM
Well, thanks for ruining my entire life with that "old" jab. I think I'm gonna pick up a walker and a case of Viagra on my way home from work tonight.
Its a well-rounded versatile comment, since i'm younger than about 90 percent of the board. I'm sorry I had to subject you to the harsh reality of the matter though, Phil. Pick up some milk of magnesia and some mccormicks and make yourself a nice little cocktail before 8:00 ie bedtime.

Pennywise
10-21-2004, 10:19 AM
I think I'm gonna pick up a walker and a case of Viagra on my way home from work tonight.


Man, you must want him to stay hard all night.

Pennywise
10-21-2004, 10:27 AM
The POTUS should not be a regular guy. I'm a regular guy and I doubt most people would want my finger on the button.



If you massacred the terrorists like ducks I'd have no problem at all.

Chiefnj
10-21-2004, 10:33 AM
it's what he does when they are not there.


Sleep and watch cartoons?

Taco John
10-21-2004, 10:43 AM
I'll bet Kerry could kick TomCash's ass in just about every aspect of life.

Taco John
10-21-2004, 10:44 AM
er, BroWhippenDiddle, I mean... Whatever in the hell that is...

Radar Chief
10-21-2004, 10:56 AM
A)I couldn't afford a ranch.


Me neither, but there’s more to Texas than just ranches.

B) I don't like Texas, I can't see myself living there, ever.


Ever been there? If so, what part? If you’ve only seen one area like the southwest corner around El Paso, I could understand since that place resembles what I’d assume hell looks like.
I just don’t understand condemning an entire state.

C) Ford Pickup...eh, I don't see myself ever buying a pickup. I can't see where I would need one.

Well, if its just Ford your against, I can relate since they suck. Sorry, just a quick stab at the blue oval guys.
Actually, I can understand since I never thought I’d need anything but the little sports coup I used to own, until I got a pickup. Then I realized how handy it was to have around for transporting the scoot, or hauling off the leaves and branches my trees drop but that realization didn’t materialize until I became a homeowner. Now I’ll never be without a pickup again, course it’s the same with four-wheel drive. Never thought I’d need one, until I got one and found out what I was missing, now I’ll never be without one again.

Baby Lee
10-21-2004, 11:03 AM
HE GOT A GOOSE!!
HE GOT A GOOSE!!

BIG_DADDY
10-21-2004, 11:20 AM
Come on Ferry, do something that will really inpress us. Take down a wild bore with a rambo knife. Wow us a bit.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 11:56 AM
What I found amazing about the press release from the Kerry camp was that he was going hunting to show himself to the regular guys and to impress upon them that he was just like them!!!

How stupid would the swing voters have to be to believe that line?

Maybe I should ask someone that fits, like TJ.

KCWolfman
10-21-2004, 12:05 PM
I'll bet Kerry could kick TomCash's ass in just about every aspect of life.
No doubt. Marrying a rich dumb ugly broad opens all kinds of doors.

|Zach|
10-21-2004, 12:06 PM
I have never hunted.

Unless you count milf hunting.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 12:08 PM
Me neither, but there’s more to Texas than just ranches.



Ever been there? If so, what part? If you’ve only seen one area like the southwest corner around El Paso, I could understand since that place resembles what I’d assume hell looks like.
I just don’t understand condemning an entire state.



Well, if its just Ford your against, I can relate since they suck. Sorry, just a quick stab at the blue oval guys.
Actually, I can understand since I never thought I’d need anything but the little sports coup I used to own, until I got a pickup. Then I realized how handy it was to have around for transporting the scoot, or hauling off the leaves and branches my trees drop but that realization didn’t materialize until I became a homeowner. Now I’ll never be without a pickup again, course it’s the same with four-wheel drive. Never thought I’d need one, until I got one and found out what I was missing, now I’ll never be without one again.
Been to Houston and Dallas. Don't like the whole Texas 'tude. Don't really like Fords either. My parents keep buying them, and it seems they always have problems with them.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 12:39 PM
Been to Houston and Dallas. Don't like the whole Texas 'tude. Don't really like Fords either. My parents keep buying them, and it seems they always have problems with them.

Texas claims to be like a whole other country. The basic attitude is not what normal people want to see, but is not indicitive of the whole population of Texas. I've been forced to work in Texas a few times and was labled as a "damn yankee" because I lived north of the Red River. If you take their approach to people you will dislike them. If you get to understand them and them you, it can be a workable situation.

Choose to not like Texas and the people, but remember that there people that judge you in the same light.

Saulbadguy
10-21-2004, 12:40 PM
Choose to not like Texas and the people, but remember that there people that judge you in the same light.
Works for me.

Radar Chief
10-21-2004, 12:49 PM
Texas claims to be like a whole other country. The basic attitude is not what normal people want to see, but is not indicitive of the whole population of Texas. I've been forced to work in Texas a few times and was labled as a "damn yankee" because I lived north of the Red River. If you take their approach to people you will dislike them. If you get to understand them and them you, it can be a workable situation.

Choose to not like Texas and the people, but remember that there people that judge you in the same light.

I can understand his “tude” comment. I’ve met enough dumb azzed rednecks from TX that like wearing their ignorance like a badge of honor. Course I’ve also met plenty of “New Yawkers”, “Detriotians” and “Los Angelinos” with the same “if your not from where I’m from your CRAP” attitude to know it’s not just TX.

Cochise
10-21-2004, 12:53 PM
Come on Ferry, do something that will really inpress us. Take down a wild bore with a rambo knife. Wow us a bit.

I really would be impressed at this, but we all know that he can't do that to Duhresa right before the election.

KCWolfman
10-21-2004, 12:57 PM
I really would be impressed at this, but we all know that he can't do that to Duhresa right before the election.
I would lay 4 to 7 odds against him in that battle.

Clint in Wichita
10-21-2004, 01:08 PM
Kerry is going hunting in Ohio to show the swing voters that he is a regular guy.

He had a little trouble getting the non-resident license due to the fact that he doesn't have a drivers license!! His limo driver "Mr. French" had to vouch for who he was.

His intent is to show the swing type voters that he is no different than them, I can't wait for the publicity photo's showing Kerry "the regular guy"!! I can imagine that he will have the lackey holding the shotgun until it's time to shoot. Then everyone in the party will stand several feet behind Kerry as they all know he couldn't shoot his own foot let alone a goose!!! If I were them, I'd all take cover not just stand behind him!!!


Wow. You know for a fact that Kerry can't shoot? I guess he's not qualified to be President.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 01:17 PM
Wow. You know for a fact that Kerry can't shoot? I guess he's not qualified to be President.

Maybe my humor is too dry. But still, Kerry is not qualified to be president.

Cochise
10-21-2004, 01:19 PM
I would lay 4 to 7 odds against him in that battle.

That would remind me of one of those old caveman movies, where a guy would jump on the back of a claymation Tyrannosaurus and try to kill it by poking it with that tiny spear.

Clint in Wichita
10-21-2004, 01:20 PM
Maybe my humor is too dry. But still, Kerry is not qualified to be president.


Being a senator makes one at least as qualified as being governor of Texas.

BroWhippendiddle
10-21-2004, 01:22 PM
Being a senator makes one at least as qualified as being governor of Texas.

Not the same qualifying information. Anyone over 35 is qualified to file for the office of President.

Kerry's agenda and class discrimination is what dis-qualifies him as a candidate.

Clint in Wichita
10-21-2004, 01:25 PM
Not the same qualifying information. Anyone over 35 is qualified to file for the office of President.

Kerry's agenda and class discrimination is what dis-qualifies him as a candidate.


Really? Can you give me a link to a site that shows the law proving Kerry is unqualified to be president?

Oh, and proof of his "agenda" and "class discrimination" as well.

dtebbe
10-21-2004, 03:06 PM
I wonder if he will be using another $3000+ firearm like a "regular" guy? My sig says it all about Kerry's hunting prowess

BroWhippendiddle
10-22-2004, 07:52 AM
Really? Can you give me a link to a site that shows the law proving Kerry is unqualified to be president?

Oh, and proof of his "agenda" and "class discrimination" as well.

Clint, you need to look at the perceptions that Kerry is giving off. If you can't see the proof of his "agend and class discrimination" from the news and press releases you will be unable to determine that it is there from reading about it. It's all about perception of those that he is trying to dupe into voting for him.

When the campaign manager needs to tell us that he is going hunting to be perceived as a regular guy, that makes the person with common sense ask "Why do we have to be told that he wants to be perceived as a common guy.

ptlyon
10-22-2004, 08:02 AM
Wow. You know for a fact that Kerry can't shoot? I guess he's not qualified to be President.

I would bet every penny I own that I could out shoot Kerry with his fancy gun with my 23+ year old 870.

the Talking Can
10-22-2004, 08:13 AM
What does Kerry have to do to become a "regular guy"?

Hang out with the Saudi Royal family?

mlyonsd
10-22-2004, 08:22 AM
What does Kerry have to do to become a "regular guy"?

Hang out with the Saudi Royal family?

I'm betting he already does. Heck, Ken Lay himself visited the Kerry mansion several times.

the Talking Can
10-22-2004, 08:23 AM
I'm betting he already does. Heck, Ken Lay himself visited the Kerry mansion several times.
wolfman? is that you?

Radar Chief
10-22-2004, 08:26 AM
What does Kerry have to do to become a "regular guy"?

Hang out with the Saudi Royal family?

:shrug: Stop asking the UN for permission to wipe his own ass would probably help.
Course maybe all he needs is to eat more fiber to become a “regular” guy. :) Ah hah, yea that was stupid. :doh!:

Iowanian
10-22-2004, 08:53 AM
I wonder if he closes his eyes when he pulls the trigger.


pssshaw.................

Kerry never takes his eye off the ball..........he follows the volley from his genuin Davy Crocket .44 cal Black poweder rifle with a compass in the stalk through the air until it splits the hair he was aiming at.

The Only time he ever missed, was the time the wind caught the tail of his coonskin cap and blew it into his line of site, just as he squeezed the trigger.........but that can be expected when you've got a tornado by the tail with your lasso while riding your blue ox.


I don't know how anyone can question Kerry's ability with a gun..........Its been proven that he can stealthly stalk a wounded, from his Military issue M16A(did you know he was in vietnam?) VC kid into a hut and skillfully put a couple of rounds into his back. I'll bet the mount is over the mantle in his manroom.

BroWhippendiddle
10-22-2004, 08:59 AM
What does Kerry have to do to become a "regular guy"?

Hang out with the Saudi Royal family?

There is zero possibility for kerry ever to be a regular guy. I'd bet he can't even dress himself.

Iowanian
10-22-2004, 09:01 AM
HE GOT A GOOSE!!
HE GOT A GOOSE!!


Instead of that, when Kerry ran over and picked up the goose just taken, that was flopping around, grabbed it by the neck to give it a "spin" to finish it off..............I wish that were photo'd and the caption said

"Kerry, Chokes small Prairie Chicken in South Dakota"

ROYC75
10-22-2004, 09:14 AM
Oh geeeee, tell Mr I wanna look good to come down here to KY, I'll take him snipe hunting !

All for show Skerry.

Cochise
10-22-2004, 09:22 AM
This reminds me of that "Whacking Day" episode of the Simpsons, where Mayor Quimby is going to make a big deal out of him going out to hunt snakes, and at one point he whispers to his assistant "Did you bring the pre-whacked snakes? Beautiful."

KCWolfman
10-22-2004, 10:18 AM
What does Kerry have to do to become a "regular guy"?

Hang out with the Saudi Royal family?
Huh huh....

Thank goodness Kerry is an upstanding Normal Everyday Joe.

Now, I am going out to film my past kills in 'Nam then marry a billionaire before lunch.,