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Old 11-02-2004, 01:35 PM   #61
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I'm pretty sure that a president with a good first lady will perform better than if she's crap. A man's wife does play a large role in his life you know, and his life plays a large role in his presidency.
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Old 11-02-2004, 02:23 PM   #62
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Can you read the minds of all women? That must come in handy?
lol

I think John Kerry was just joking about "marrying up". Maybe he wasn't talking about money, in that case I think he's complimenting his wife, and I like that. I think that's the case actually I've seen and read plenty of interviews in which Senator Kerry speaks eloquently of his love for his wife.

He also said George also "married up" and I think he did in every way
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Old 11-02-2004, 02:49 PM   #63
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seriously-
based on ms heinz comments about laura after that debate it's not too hard to connect the dots.


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You were one of those kids who skipped a lot of dots when playing connect-the-dots and it ended up not quite looking right, weren't you?
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CWG: U were correct in your assessment of the former Republican (until several months ago) Teresa Katch-up! Thanx for the foresight of creating this file. Personally, I enjoy as in entertainment TH-K's loose cannon "candidness" such as "Shove it!", "Scumbag!", "Shut up!", "She had no real job", etc. -- and that's just with the "S"s. However, not in the White House nor speaking on behalf of America!! The majority of voters agreed!
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No Lady Kerry in the White House!

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(Teresa Heinz-Kerry) Poor speaking skills and an even worse temper.... She's not anywhere close to being in the same league as:

Laura Bush - well spoken and charming
Hillary Clinton - smarter than Willy several times over; I would never vote for her but if anyone deserved to be the original "First Husband"....
Barbara Bush - grandmotherly and witty
Nancy Reagan - terrific lady; did well with charity work
Rosalyn Carter - Southern charm
Betty Ford - okay, a (former) pill popping drunk but her husband used the ramp of Air Force One as his own personal sliding board so give her a break
Pat Nixon - too young to remember her but she seemed okay
Lady Bird Johnson - before my time
Jackie Kennedy - schwing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Here 'tis -- meant to include it for convenience in post above.
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I don't think people vote for First Lady. A vote for President *is* a pretty personal decision, but I think that's pushing it.
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if someone voted based on the potential first lady, they need to get their mind checked.
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Yeah, but I do think the wife's public persona plays a role in how we see the candidate as a family man. I'm not saying it costed Kerry the election, but I wouldn't doubt that Teresa may have turned off a few undecided voters.
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she also may have turned on a few. so it balances out.
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Old 11-28-2004, 12:08 PM   #70
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"First Lady" Teresa Heinz....

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she also may have turned on a few. so it balances out.
You're fantasizing, even post-election. I know people in Ohio, for example, who stated that they'd not vote for KERRY especially because they "didn't want to listen to the rantin' 'n' ravin' of TERESA for four long years" (that's a quote). Obviously, it didn't "balance out". KERRY & TERRY lost.
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i don't know about you but i'm a total CNN junkie, and there were often people interviewed, not always democrats, who would rave about THK. of course there were those who didn't like her, but as i said it balances out. expand your mind.
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I *know* people who didn't like John Kerry who loved Teresa. I thought that was interesting, to say the least.
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Teresa is uniquely different from any first lady we've had, I can very well say that. I think we've seen her spew publicly quite a bit though. I think she took some attention away from her husband by doing that. I think if she was a little more reserved, she'd win my heart as a human being.
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both my mom and i have had personal interaction with mrs. kerry, and we were both blown away by what an amazing woman she is. if more people could meet her more people would like her IMO.
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Political mind expansion!

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i don't know about you but i'm a total CNN junkie.... expand your mind.
U only watch CNN (of the cable t.v. stations) and U have the chutzpah to say "expand your mind"!? Basically, I avoid CNN's very slanted left-wing news. CNN continued calling Sadamn Hussein Airport as such days after we secured the airport and it was renamed Baghdad Intn'l Airport. When TERESA H-K lied and claimed that she never said "Shove it!" to a reporter, FNC got the actual footage showing that in fact she did say it.

After CBS-TV (ha! ha!), CNN was the very last to acknowledge the overwhelming mathematical fact that KERRY lost the recent 2004 election. If U'd actually like to expand your mind and political perspective, U could check out some political shows on MSNBC-TV and also watch some Fox News Channel (undisputed #1 in cable news).
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