Army of Mom

So this is how liberty dies ... with thunderous applause.


Wild goose chase, er, hunt

Well, the hunt is concluded and even though the Associated Press said "more than two dozen journalists were invited to the farm outside of Youngstown to see Kerry emerge from the field, none witnessed Kerry taking any shots," Kerry emerged claiming to have killed a goose.
Kerry returned after a two-hour hunting trip wearing a camouflage jacket and carrying a 12-gauge shotgun, but someone else carried the bird he said he shot.
"I'm too lazy," Kerry joked. "I'm still giddy over the Red Sox. It was hard to focus."

Yes, yes, we all know what a Red Sox fan he really is. I'm sure he was cheering for his favorite player, Manny Ortiz.

Sorry, back to the AP story.
"If John Kerry thinks the Second Amendment is about photo ops, he's Daffy," says the ad the NRA ran. It features a large photo of Kerry with his finger on a shotgun trigger but looking in another direction.
The faith, the baseball, the hunting all come at the end of a long fight against Kerry's liberal elite image — an image promoted by his political enemies but perhaps aided by Kerry as well.
Kerry was accompanied by Ohio Democratic Rep. Ted Strickland; Bob Bellino, a board member for the local Ducks Unlimited; and Neal Brady, assistant park manager of Indian Lake State Park in western Ohio. Each of his companions carried a dead goose on the way back, while Kerry walked beside them with his 12-gauge in one hand and the other free to pet a yellow Labrador named Woody.
Kerry said each of the four men shot a goose.

Wow ... are you reading between the lines here? The AP writer is hanging Kerry out to dry. The goose he "claimed" to have shot, the point of showing that he said they all shot a goose but only three were carried out, the fact that none of the reporters saw him take a shot ...

But, my favorite ...

Gees, so many caption choices ... any good ideas?


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