F*ck, Kerry – Bush is an *ssh*le

In Rolling Stone Magazine, Senator Kerry said, “When I voted for the war, I voted for what I thought was best for the country. Did I expect Howard Dean to go off to the left and say, `I’m against everything?’ Sure. Did I expect George Bush to f— it up as badly as he did? I don’t think anybody did.”

George Bush was astonished (Or at least his Chief of Staff was).:

“That’s beneath John Kerry,” the president’s chief of staff, Andrew Card, said in a cable news interview.

“I’m very disappointed that he would use that kind of language,” Card said. “I’m hoping that he’s apologizing at least to himself, because that’s not the John Kerry that I know.”

He’s right, it’s not like Kerry. It’s a lot more like Card’s boss Bush. Bush who referred to a New York Times reporter as “a major league *ssh*le,” and when asked by a reporter what he and his father talked about when not talking about politics, responsed “P*ssy.” 2000 Salon article

So as the Right gets all in a blather about the decline of language, and the foul-mouthed Democrats, they’re being total hypocrites, for if they’re looking for foul language they need to look no further than the current resident of the White House.

0 thoughts on “F*ck, Kerry – Bush is an *ssh*le

  1. rev_matt

    Well, Card makes a very good point. The Bush administration supports the idea that in public you should pretend you don’t ever use any profanity, but in private it’s OK to swear like a sailor. Whereas Kerry admitted in public that he swears. His sin is one of the most unforgiveable, in the eyes of the Bush administration: he was honest.

  2. Ted

    The person who posted this has no idea what they are talking about. Kerry is a poor leader who accomplished nothing in the Senate in 20 years. The fact that he cursed in a Rolling Stone article conclusively proves that he is not presidential material. To refer to any profanity used by President Bush should be irrelevant because it was reported by disgruntled tabloibs. Next time you are seeking a legitimate claim with evidence to support it, do not come to this site. VOTE BUSH 2004.

  3. John

    Bwaaahaaa! “To refer to any profanity used by President Bush should be irrelevant because it was reported by disgruntled tabloids.”

    If you don’t like the news…shoot the messenger?
    Or…if the facts don’t conform to your theory, ignore the facts?

    Accept it. Bush uses the same salty language as Kerry. And is a hypocrite for suggesting otherwise. But what does that have to do with the issues, and who would make a better President?