kolmapäev, juuli 07, 2004

Pot Kettle Black

George W. Bush, whose primary accomplishments before running for president amounted to owning a failed business, being accused of insider trading, trading Sammy Sosa, and executing a comically large number of prisoners in the least powerful governorship in America, is questioning John Edwards' ability to assume the presidency.

Other than that he's completing "only" his first term in the US Senate (having served several years on the intelligence committee), has anybody actually presented a coherent argument about why exactly Edwards is not capable of serving as president if necessary? I mean, do they have any tangible evidence that he can't handle the responsibility?

More importantly, check out the article. Kerry actually made a funny joke.

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