Kerry says McCain lacks judgment to lead nation

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  • JC
    July 7, 2008 10:28 p.m.

    Obama needs better surrogates for attacking. I have nothing against Sen Kerry but he appeared damage after losing the last election and made it worse with his botched Iraq joke. Then there's the story that he had McCain on his list of VP choices in 2004. With the the way the flip flop attacks are coming out, the last person I would want to speak for me is someone who was successfully labeled a flip flopper in 2004.

  • veedub
    July 7, 2008 9:52 p.m.

    Hmm. John Kerry? Didn't he lose some election a few years ago? Now, he's a good spokesman to say who has judgement to lead the nation.

  • Kerry lies to much folks
    July 7, 2008 9:20 a.m.

    John Kerry says Republican John McCain doesn't have the judgment to be president. If that's the case, then it's probably a good thing McCain rejected overtures from Kerry, the Democrat presidential nominee in 2004, to form a bipartisan ticket and run with Kerry as his candidate for vice preside. Not too long ago, Kerry might have described McCain, a fellow Vietnam veteran and former prisoner of war, as a bipartisan ally who could provide guidance on national security issues. Some SBVT members have questioned Kerry's first Purple Heart, received for a wound sustained on December 2, 1968. Kerry remained on duty after being wounded, and sought treatment at the following day's sick call. They assert that the injury was too minor to merit a citation because the only treatment Kerry received, after the removal of a piece of shrapnel from his arm, was bacitracin (an antibiotic) and a bandage, and he returned to service immediately. SBVT also claims that the wound was not from enemy fire but was from shrapnel of a grenade he fired himself a claim unsupported by anyone actually there.

  • Zip it
    July 7, 2008 6:35 a.m.

    Kerry and his hair should both shut up.