Tuesday, October 10, 2006

John Kerry Jokes About Assassinating Bush--Where's The Secret Service?

Hanoi John Kerry appeared on Bill Maher's HBO show Real Time last Friday. After a lighthearted discussion of what Kerry did for his wife's birthday, the following exchange took place.

MAHER: You could have went to New Hampshire and killed two birds with one

KERRY: Or, I could have gone to 1600 Pennsylvania and killed the real bird with one stone.

John Kerry's not ashamed to have the video posted on his website. Even liberal blogs thought Kerry's assassination joke was funny, Javelin, posting on The Democratic Daily wrote:

"OMG, that was classic where he said if he wanted to kill two birds with one stone he would have vacationed at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue…….I haven’t laughed so hard since 'I am a hunter, but I have never hunted with an AK-47'."

From books, paintings, signs at supposed anti-war rallies, radio hosts on Hot-Air America and now a movie, assassinating George W. Bush has become a talking point among liberals, with practically no outrage from the MSM or a Secret Service investigation. Compare that to 1994 when then Senator Jesse Helms made a similar joke about Bill Clinton that was taken as a assassination threat. There was media outrage and even a Secret Service investigation.

No wonder North Korea can threaten world peace with nuclear tests or Iran can pursue nuclear weapons and fuel the terrorist insurgency in Iraq. Americas enemies see via the internet and worldwide media the disrespect the so-called "loyal opposition" gives the President of the United States. It doesn't help matters when a treasonous bastard like John Kerry, their 2004 nominee for President, makes assassination jokes on national TV and gets away with it.

Kerry needs to be reminded of U.S. Code Title 18, Part 1, Chapter 41, Sect 871 and should be paid a visit from the Secret Service. Just because he is a Senator and a liberal Democrat doesn't make him above the law.

Hanoi John also needs to be reminded about his words in his concession speech from November 3, 2004.

"We (Bush & Kerry) talked about the danger of division in our country, and the need — the desperate need — for unity, for finding the common ground, coming together. Today, I hope that we can begin the healing."

Sen. Kerry, joking about killing the President is not a way to heal the divisions in America which you and your party created. Your plea for "healing" and "common ground" is just like the Democratic pledge of unity after 9/11, nothing but empty words.

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