Unthinking respect for authority is the greatest enemy of truth.

- Albert Einstein

Say Anything

John Kerry want to be considered, again.

An e-mail will be sent to 100,000 Democratic donors Tuesday asking them to support U.S. Rep. Ted Strickland for governor of Ohio. The bulk of the e-mail criticizes Strickland’s opponent, GOP Secretary of State Ken Blackwell, for his dual role in 2004 as President Bush’s honorary Ohio campaign co-chairman and the state’s top election official.

"He used the power of his state office to try to intimidate Ohioans and suppress the Democratic vote," said Kerry’s e-mail.

Of course, (D)emocratic Kerry is a victim.

Kerry, D-Mass., conceded the election when he lost Ohio and its 20 electoral votes. A recount requested by minor-party candidates showed Bush won by about 118,000 votes out of 5.5 million cast. But Kerry’s e-mail says Blackwell "used his office to abuse our democracy and threaten basic voting rights."
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"People will say anything for money," said Blackwell campaign spokesman Carlo LoParo. "Fortunately, the historical record contradicts Senator Kerry." [Read]

The historical record often contradicts Kerry, but that is not something he lets bother his pursuit.

What is it about the election season that makes politicians seem signs on the foreheads of American voters that says, "Lie to me. Treat me like a fool."

posted at 09:43:12 on 08/29/06 by clearpolitics - Category: Science - [Permalink]

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