Wednesday, September 29, 2004


Mr. Perfect?

Michelle Malkin writes:

TV cameras are brutally unforgiving-especially during high-stakes election debates. They amplified the angst on Richard Nixon's brow, the inexperience in Dan Quayle's eyes, and the vulgarity of Al Gore's visage.

How will Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry hold up under the spotlight? What will the cameras reveal? Beneath the Christophe-coifed hair, unnaturally taut skin and artificially enhanced tan, there are some naked attributes Kerry cannot conceal: his spite; his haughtiness; his condescending core.

She goes on to describe a number of points why someone might find Mr. Kerry less than perfect....After a long list of things he's waffled on, blamed others on, lied about, and I know most of us could add to - my pet peeve is taking communion in spite of his right to abortion stance, clearly against the teaching of his, and my church, which tells me reams about his morality [self above all else, it looks like] - she asks:

This is the paragon of strong moral leadership who will bring victory in the War on Terrorism and restore America's values? This Botox-ed egomaniac? This serial waffler? This ruthless buck-passer?

Proverbs 18:12 counsels: "Before destruction the heart of man is haughty, and before honor is humility." It's a lesson Mr. Perfect will learn too late.

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