Don’t point at the Marine, please
Newly crowned Kerry storms back on the campaign trail
Spotting a group of US Marines, Kerry, who has made his Vietnam War service a cornerstone of his campaign, went over to chat. The Marines, who all turned out to be staunch Bush supporters, were not impressed.
“He imposed on us and I disagree with him coming over here shaking our hands,” one of them told reporters afterwards. “I’m 100 percent against” Kerry, he said. “We support our commander-in-chief 100 percent.”
Had the Newly Crowned pointed his finger like that at me, I’d have politely requested that he wouldn’t. I might have even tried the subtle handshake-imitation techinique, where one attempts a handshake to end the offensive finger pointing.
Meanwhile, while still at Wendy’s John Edwards and his wife consumed junk food to celebrate their anniversary as reminder of the days when they were struggling young law clerks, before they made their fortune using junk science to win medical malpractice lawsuits.
According to Allah, while the Edwardses were in familiar surroundings, Mrs Kerry hasn’t been to a Wendy’s for a long time, if ever:
The Edwardses had hearty meals of burgers and fries and shared a chocolate Frosty. Teresa Heinz Kerry, apparently unfamiliar with the Wendy’s menu, pointed at a picture of chili and asked the cashier what it was before ordering a bowl. Her husband had the same, along with a Frosty
The article doesn’t say whether Mrs Kerry had some pommes frites/papitas fritas/patate fritte with her chili.
Later on in the day, an onlooker passed out from the heat and Vanessa Kerry, a third-year medical student, rushed to give medical assistance. No word as to whether the Newly Crowned tried his successful hamster-resucitation techinique.