Saturday, July 23, 2005

John Kerry, are you kidding me?

I am quite humored to see today in the news the ultimate hypocricy, c/o John Kerry. John wants the White House to release records about John Roberts from the two Republican administrations that he worked for.

"We cannot do our duty if either Judge Roberts or the Bush administration hides elements of his professional record," said the Massachusetts senator who was his party's presidential candidate last year.

I think that this is a perfect example that some of our elected officials honestly think that the average American citizen doesn't really pay attention to what is going on in politics. For those of you that John Kerry is counting on (the ones that aren't paying attention) Senator Kerry refused to release his full military records during the election, and did not do so until April of this year. How dare he claim that the senate cannot do their duty to evaluate Judge Roberts if he would not allow the American people the ability to evaluate his military records durung the election?

Oh, and it seems that the only reason he wouldn't release those records is that they contained his transcripts from Yale - the transcripts that showed he did worse at Yale than George W. Bush did.

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