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Kerry Does Woody

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Comments

I was thinking of Mike Teevee in Willy Wonka.

Or The Andromeda Strain.

Leave 'im alone!! LEAVE 'IM ALONE!!!!

E.T.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Noooooo!!!!!!!!

"Nah, I ain't going, probably just end up on the bathroom wall"...

Wasn't this Woody Allen scene remade in another movie... Carmen Electra with David Hyde Pierce as the narrator as I remember (or did I just dream this)

Well, Al's on stage right now. Refighting the 2000 election. Vowing that every vote will count (unless you're a serviceman that is serving abroad) and so on.

He's making attempts at humor. It really isn't much, but if he'd shown this much humanity on the 2000 campaign trail, he probably could have taken Florida.

Every vote doesnt count. if it did Gore would be up for re-election.

You are right, Drew, not every vote was counted. Here in NY, they didn't even bother counting the absentee ballots. You see, the vote in this state was won by a large enough margin that the absentees could not have altered it, so they went uncounted. Gore won NY's electoral votes.

In Florida, every vote was counted, shaken, folded, challenged and re-reviewed. In a statewide recount after the election it was concluded that Bush won by 537 votes, I believe.

Had Gore given a better speech, or the stock market not melted down all the reitree's 401ks, Gore might have won. Had the news media not called the state for Gore while the Panhandle (in the central time zone, an hour later) was still voting, the more conservative region might have had more people go to the polls to vote Bush. Coulda shoulda woulda.

But the votes were counted. The thing is, they aren't going for the popular vote, they're going for the electoral vote. Sometimes you win one and lose the other. Sometimes you then spend four years (so far) whining about it.

Michele,

What's next, the Orgasmatron?

"Open the pod bay doors, HIL. Open the pod bay doors, HIL."

"I'm sorry. I can't do that, John."

I wonder if it would still be funny if it were Bush.

Dukakis in the tank helmet was funny. Very funny.

But this...this is in a class of its own.

"Maybe you're not the sacrificial presidential candidate, maybe you're the plucky, comic relief"

"Damn it, now we may never know if liberal Democrats can be trained to sort tiny screws in outer space."

"There's no MOOPS! It was the Moors."

The fun never stops with this one...

Cyrano,

LOL!

It looks like he's being born.

"A young John Kerry steps out of the embryo chamber looking much older than he is, in fact, he is only two weeks from conception. He was created with stem cells from Ted Cassidy, of TV's The Addams Family."

Why can't you Gore people understand? Here in Tennessee, where we know him best, Gore LOST. Since then you've all seen the Gore WE know - pompous, arrogant, whiney, mean and just a little bit crazy.

Whether you like Bush or not, he did America one great service - he kept a whack job like Gore out of office.

In Florida, every vote was counted, shaken, folded, challenged and re-reviewed.

So true. Sigh. That was the good ol' days.

Gird your loins, because a fair number of the South Counties won't be have hanging chads this year, should things go horribly awry. They've gone techno, bless their little pointy heads. Using touch screens which leave a vapor trail for your vote, vice a piece of paper one can argue over and disect time and time again, ad nauseum. If you thought people were confused by punching a hole in a piece of paper (insert sardonic laugh), just wait'll they get ahold of this...

Every vote doesnt count. if it did Gore would be up for re-election.

Gore's margin of victory in the popular vote was about 1/2 million.

There were 4 million to 6 million votes that were not counted, out of about 100 million votes cast.

Since the margin of error was 8 to 12 times greater than the margin of victory (4% to 6% vs. 0.5%), it is ridiculous to assert both that 1) every vote should be counted, and 2)Gore would have won if every vote had been counted. We really don't, and never will, know.

Now, it's the absolute truth that, given the rules at the time (in which some votes were not counted), Gore won the popular vote. But the popular vote doesn't decide the presidency.

Statistically -- and remember, the Dems favored statistical sampling for the 2000 Census -- the election was a tie.

This gentleman thinks he looks like an Oomp Loompa:
http://mhking.mu.nu

JFKerry(D) demonstrates that Partial Birth Abortion is in fact painless

I had some fun with this picture last night as well:

Fun With Captions!

Nobody - There's an additional wrinkle. The presumption behind the chant that "every vote should be counted" is that, somehow, the exact number of votes cast that particular day reflected the overall will of the American people. However, plenty of those votes were cast impulsively by people who could not make up their minds until the last moment. And, many votes were not cast by people who wanted to but decided they just couldn't make it to the polls.

If you repeated the vote the next day, and the next, and the next, you would get a different number of total votes for each candidate. I don't know how much the results would vary but, I'd be willing to bet it'd be more than 500,000 1-sigma.

Statistically speaking, the election was a tie. The "true" result cannot be known any more than the position and momentum of an electron can simultaneously be known. When the music stopped, GW was sitting in the chair. That's all.

On such a knife's edge did the fate of humanity hang. Tell me there's no God.

Kerry: "Richard Gere said this is the best way to deal with a hamster problem."

I believe we have Dukakis in a tank type photo for 2004.

That's the first thing I thought when I saw that picture. I was surprised that I didn't see anybody else make the connection.
But man, that's one ugly sperm.

"With the gaseous form of Botox, we can eliminate those unsightly needle marks."

Has anyone verified if the photo is authentic because to me it looks like a (poorly done) case of Photo Shop.

That being said, if is is real, I think we've found our new contender for Dukakis in the tank.

Kerry's a Teletubby!

How lame! No wonder you wingers think Dennis Miller is funny-put Bush back in a flight suit-I dare you!

put Bush back in a flight suit

Um...funny as he looks in a flight suit (or anything ELSE for that matter, I'll give you that...), the fact remains the President is a pilot. Doh!!

Kerry is...well, depends what your definition of 'is' is.

"One of these things is not like the other..."

Maybe he needs the haz-mat suit to dig into Bergler's boxers for the missing documents!

It is sad that you smug fools don't bother checking the facts before indulging yourselves. Kerry and others were getting a tour of a sterile facility and they were required as a standard precaution to wear those outfits. Sure it makes Kerry look goofy, but that's true of everyone else who goes through the place. Dukakis climbed into the tank and donned the helmet to show that he was not soft on defense, which rightfully backfired. So Dukakis was pulling a cheap stunt that showed him to be an "empty helmet." Kerry was wearing that outfit not to make any statement but because he was required to wear it the same as everyone else touring the facility. If this is the best you guys can do, you must be pretty desperate. You can sit in your echo chamber and convince yourselves that Kerry is another Dukakis, but I would take him more seriously if I were you, because he isn't and Bush is in serious troule.

I ask again, when did the Dems lose their sense of humor?

"The only way we can visit Bubble-Boy in Crawford is if we wear these isolation garments."

Scorpio
Eccentricity

Ta Da Moon Alice!

I had to wear one of these when I signed Teresa's pre-nup...

Uh 17th street

Just what was Kerry doing at a NASA facility? Has he said word one about the Space Program?

Hahahaha, this is too funny!

You should see the front page on our local paper tomorrow: It has front page photo of Kerry with the huge caption:

"BOSTON, WE HAVE A PROBLEM"

Kerry is Dukakis Redux, no question about it.

Fall fashion for the on-the-go girleyman.

You know that this is a "Dukakis in a tank" moment by the shrieks and whimperings of outrage from the left.

All their sniveling indicates that they know it too.

"Just 5 more minutes Senator Kerry, and your Colon will be clean as a whistle"

The Democrat is right. This is NOT a Dukakis moment.
The real humor in this is how much the Left is crying
foul for the release of the "John in the Bunnysuit" pictures.
I got a good laugh from all of these comments. I think
if anything adding humor at Kerry's expense can only help Kerry though.

You just can't see Bill Clinton on his knees behind Kerry...

hee hee hee

I admit this is a pretty funny picture, but if the right wingers wanna play "who can look stupid" I say bring it on!

We'll post pictures of Bush in his strategically padded flight suit*, under the "Mission Accomplished" banner, falling off his Segway, choking on a pretzel, reading "My Pet Goat" with that glassy-eyed cokehead stare, drunk with his frat buddies---hell, we've even video of him picking his nose at a Rangers game.

Do y'all really wanna go down that road?

*BTW tree hugging sister---Dubya is NOT a pilot. He WAS (past tense) a pilot until he was grounded for not showing up.