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Disappearing Act?

Let me just say that, despite the train wreck that was George Bush’s last four years in office, I’m still thankful beyond belief that John Kerry was not elected in 2004. Liberals like to make fun of Sarah Palin for supposedly being dumber than a box of rocks but, really, if that’s true, is John Kerry really that much better?

Unless you’ve been living under a rock over the last two days, you’ve heard about the whole disappearing routine of South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford. On Tuesday, it was being reported that he was missing but that it was thought he was hiking in the mountains. Then yesterday, it came out that he had flown to Argentina to hook up with his girlfriend. The problem is that Sanford is married. I know, I know…a huge shock, right?

Anyway, enter the scene Sen. John Kerry, liberal politician and former Democratic candidate for President from Massachusetts. You know, the guy who claims those evil Republicans stole the election in Ohio in 2004, costing him the Presidency. Upon hearing of Gov. Sanford’s disappearance, Kerry had this little nugget:

“Too bad,’’ Kerry said, “if a governor had to go missing it couldn’t have been the governor of Alaska. You know, Sarah Palin.’’

You know, I’m no longer a huge supporter of Sarah Palin but, come on. Some of the libs are spending so much energy and spewing so much venom that you have to wonder what they’re really afraid of. They laugh at Palin, joke about her supposed lack of intelligence, etc. However, one has to begin to wonder if there isn’t some deep-seated fear of her that they just keep using such vitriol. If she’s not a threat to them, then why even waste time acknowledging her? Yet they continue to insert foot in mouth.

I’ve got news for you Mr. Kerry…I don’t think Sarah Palin’s going anywhere anytime soon. Get used to it.


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