Sunny Days in Heaven
Spiritual/Political/Philosophical Blog on the Nature of Truth and Falsehood and Heaven

Monday, September 20, 2004  


Kerry ratchets up his rhetoric as if a fevered brain could become that much more delusional. What one finds fascinating is the clear psychological case of "projection" in Kerry ejaculations.

The more he attacks and characterizes Bush, the more he reveals his own true nature.

Staking out new ground on Iraq, Sen. John Kerry said Monday he would not have overthrown Saddam Hussein had he been in the White House, and he accused President Bush of "stubborn incompetence," dishonesty and colossal failures of judgment.

Kerry is right. He would not have done anything proactive against terrorists. As for incomptence, dishonesty, and colossal failure -- let's look at the one business that Kerry has ever had to manage, a presidential campaign, and tell me how good he is at it. As Mayor Koch used to say, let Kerry ask, "How'm I doin'?"

Pretty horrible.

This is the worst campaign for president I've ever seen run except by Harold Stasen, Lyndon La Rouche, and Ralph Nadar.

People say Kerry is an opportunist, but don't we usually say that about people who seize the opportunity and get what they want because of their fixation and follow through on the main chance? Kerry is exactly as he was in 1971. A fool. He always bet on the wrong horse, chose weakness over strength, fired in all directions to no effect, and always sought a way to betray his comrades and his country, the national interest.

Right now he is doing everything to betray the service of our Armed Forces with his attacks on their mission, his cheapening of their valor and suffering by claiming it is all in vain and idiotic. This is Michael Moore as candidate, and (horror) contemplate a moment of what it would be like if he were elected.

It disturbs me as a Christian to make negative ad hominem comments about any human, but Kerry seems quintessentially a kind of frightening creature dressed in manshape. John Kerry seems strangely soulless, offkey of being, living in a house unfurnished with human reality and the power of recognition of others. Narcissism is still too clear a word to use with Kerry. He is a ghost of a man. A cloud of unknowing truth, beauty, or life.

Weakness, thy name is Kerry!

posted by Mark Butterworth | 11:31 PM |