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Don't feed the zealots
Published on February 12, 2004 By Draginol In Democrat
In hindsight it was probably a mistake for the Democrats to start trying to smear Bush with the AWOL nonsense. When one side of zealots begins smearing the other side, that other side's zealots are bound to strike back. And it looks like Kerry's glass house is about to get shattered.

Wesley Clark told reports that Kerry has an "Intern problem" and predicted that Kerry's campaign would implode as a result. Sure enough, The Drudge Report (linked to at the bottom of this article) has a report that Kerry indeed apparently had an affair with an intern and that intern has left the country to head off the inevitable media uproar.

What affect will this have on the Democratic nomination? Kerry doesn't have it wrapped up yet. Edwards and Dean are still in there. At the end of the day, it's looking like this election season will be one of the nastiest on record. Though ironcially, it wasn't Kerry's Republican rivals that spilled the beans, it was a fellow "Democrat" that did so. But now that it's out there, the right wing zealots will be all over it like fresh meat, particularly after the AWOL charges by Democratic zealots.
Comments (Page 4)
on Feb 15, 2004
That's about it. So, since we're only talking about rumors, it seems kind of silly to get all hyped up about it.

on Feb 15, 2004
Sharpton went one better tonight. If one is lying and yet doesn't know it, then we are really in big trouble.
on Feb 15, 2004
Draft dodging was wholesale then, so it's really not worth discussing; but what is worth a look is Bush's capitalizing on $500,000 of citizens' taxes and then shortchanging commitment to flying and becoming a foot-weekend warrior. And that's what really cuts to the Democratic quick, that he had the gall to pose as a fighter pilot on an aircraft carrier.
on Mar 10, 2004
Muggaz:Not all that funny, really.

I assure you that it's not his joke but your sense of humor that is suffering.