HomeKerry WatchKerry Running in 2008? Kerry Running in 2008? Kim Priestap April 20, 2006 Kerry Watch, Politicians 29 Comments Reuters reports that Kerry is thinking hard about running for president in 2008. I hope he doesn’t hurt himself. Riehl World View responds to Kerry’s thinking hard about 2008 with “doesn’t he ever learn?” Voting with their feet China's President Hu Heckled at Arrival Ceremony Related Posts Saint Jimmah Not A Team Player Pelosi Really Is That Stupid About The Author Kim Priestap Wife. Mom. First and Second Amendment enthusiast. Gun owner. I train often. ***** He can't even run his own life, I'll be damned if he'll run mine. 29 Comments Toledo Steve April 20, 2006 Even the Democrats wouldn’t be dumb enough to nominate him again. Steve L. April 20, 2006 To John Kerry: Please run! Please, please, please! Maybe you could get Howard Dean to be your running mate. Collectively, you two could set the Democratic Party back another 50 years. Roger Thornhill April 20, 2006 I second that emotion! epador April 21, 2006 Actually, don’t you think he’d make a good VP for Hilary? a) no one would knock her off for fear he’d be put in charge b) he’s already used to being subserviant to strong women Faith+1 April 21, 2006 Hehe. He thinks people voted FOR him. What votes he got were votes against Bush… The other part he doesn’t realize was that close to 54% of Americans didn’t so much vote for Bush as they voted against his insane and disastrous idea of how to run the country. epador April 21, 2006 c) And of course, he’d make the ticket “unbeatable” [how can you beat rotten eggs that are already scrambled?] mantis April 21, 2006 If Kerry gets the nomination again, I’ll vote for Bush. LaMano April 21, 2006 I bet he gave himself a headache. It’s only fair; he gives me one. Insomniac April 21, 2006 Surely Kerry had a plan for catching that football… Rodney Dill April 21, 2006 How could he after signing his 180 and releasing his records….. Oh. docjim505 April 21, 2006 Did Kerry blame the guy standing behind him for missing the catch? “The SOB pushed me…” Faith+1 is quite right, though: most people didn’t vote FOR Kerry; they voted AGAINST Bush. IMO, a lot of Republicans did the same thing in ’96 and, to a lesser extent, 2000. rightnumberone April 21, 2006 Insomniac: Of course he had a plan: CLOSE MY EYES AND PRAY IT FALLS INTO MY HANDS! And people wanted this guy near our nuclear football? Holy bejezuz. LJD April 21, 2006 Please, please, please, don’t hit my beautiful face! Why couldn’t I have just sailed up on my windsurfer? wavemaker April 21, 2006 “I had my eyes closed on purpose.” Faith+1 April 21, 2006 “I actually caught the ball before I dropped it.” virgo April 21, 2006 Sen. Kerry suffering from Botox withdrawl spasm,s. Jeff Blogworthy April 21, 2006 “Please don’t hit me in the face… Please don’t hit me in the face… Please don’t hit me in the face…” Rob FIlomena April 21, 2006 Laugh it up, but if the elections were held right now, he’d win. The picture is hilarious, though. Giacomo April 21, 2006 “I don’t close my eyes. %$#*& Secret Service agent closed ’em for me.” Not having hand-eye coordination is one thing. Pretending to have it when you don’t is something else. Kerry’s thinking of running? Think again, Senator, think again. dchamil April 21, 2006 If he’s thinking of running, he’s not thinking hard enough. yetanotherjohn April 21, 2006 Follow the money. He has $16M on hand. He can buy a seat at the table at least through New Hampshire. Hillary is over $17M cash on hand. Bayh is at $9.6M. The game is expensive and he saved enough from the last one to ante up. Peter F. April 21, 2006 All I can say is….thank God almighty he didn’t get his hands on the nuclear ‘football’! Probably would’ve drop that, too! LOL wavemaker April 21, 2006 “he saved enough from the last one to ante up” Any Presidential candidate who loses with money still left in the bank is either (a) incompetent or (b) stiffing his vendors. virgo April 21, 2006 He can always reach into Mommy Theresas purse for more cash, however nothing can be done about His lack of personality or His penchant to FlipFlop on any given issue. Can I get Me a hunting license here! Robert April 21, 2006 Kerry is an idiot who couldn’t even explain to America that there were 2 competing bills for $87 Billion funding for the Iraq war. wave_man April 21, 2006 Rob FIlomena said “Laugh it up, but if the elections were held right now, he’d win.” That’s the point. There is NO election NOW. The only campaign going on now is the constant barrage of BS everyday from the antique media. The Bush/Kerry election was over in 2004. Over a year has passed since we had speeches, conventions, advertising, etc. Bush is no longer campaigning. Neither is Kerry. Bush will retire to Crawford in less than 3 years. Statements like that are as useless as the constant hammering that we hear from the press about the “polls”, as they try to create news. I heard today that a new poll said that something like 57% of people said that they will vote Democrat in the fall. But who is this unnanmed Democrat? What is his/her platform? What does he/she stand for? How well did the campaign go? How well did he/she express their vision for the future? Who is his/her opponent? How well did his/her opponent do in the campaign, expressing his/her ideas and vision? The majority of the public won’t even pay attention until after Labor Day. That’s why we have election days on the first Tuesday in November, with an campaign leading up to it. We decide. We speak. On election day. Anything said at any other time is just hot air. Polls held at other times are just fill. Or wishful thinking on the part of the left and their accomplices in the press. virgo April 21, 2006 Bingo Wave_Man "Candy" April 21, 2006 I can’t decide if I want to post: A) “Oh, my nose!”… “Oh, my nose!”… “Oh, my nose!…. (c’mon, we all remember Marcia and the football, don’t we?) or B) As a mother of five, I know that look – somebody needs prune juice. fatman April 23, 2006 Lynn Swann he ain’t.