Saturday, April 23, 2005

John Kerry: Certifiably Insane?

We discussed here ( how John Kerry made a speech implying that Americans were undeserving of the First Amendment, because some people use their free speech to speak against liberal positions (PJ O’Rourke, witness to this event, called it an ideological position that is permanently unforgivable). Now we find out that he is attempting to limit the free speech of elected officials in his own party, as we learn here :

A fuming John Kerry had "daggers in his eyes" after a fellow Democrat promoted Hillary Rodham Clinton for president — suggesting the 2004 loser is green with envy at a potential rival.

The flap was touched off two weeks ago when Clinton spoke at a Minneapolis Democratic dinner and Sen. Mark Dayton (D-Minn.) told the cheering crowd that he was introducing "the next great president of the United States."

Two days later, Kerry came over to Dayton on the Senate floor "with daggers in his eyes" and said, 'What are you doing endorsing my 2008 presidential opponent?' . . . He was very serious," Dayton told the Minneapolis Star Tribune

I wrote about this Hillary Clinton- led liberal hatefest here and here . The question now is, has Kerry gone off the deep end completely?

Meanwhile, Kerry — and his outspoken wife Teresa Heinz Kerry — are increasingly claiming he was robbed last November and should have won.

This may sound good in the far-left echo chamber that the Kerrys (and their anti-Semitic son Chris) reside in, however…

-Claiming that Americans are incapable of free speech

-Menacing those whom dare to simply introduce your (perceived) rivals at dinners

-And darkly insinuating sinister forces cheated you out of your victory

…bears all the hallmarks of dementia, brought on here by an “inconceivable” election loss. Kerry, like all liberals, can never accept personal responsibility for anything; all defeats are based in racial, economic, or societal inequities, rather than personal misjudgement or false premises.

Kerry, like his liberal brethren, see the suppression of free expression, the threatening of rivals, and creation of imaginary bogeyman as justified if it helps advance their agenda.

This is madness.

Maybe he can share a padded cell with Al Gore.

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