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October 01, 2004
Could it be...?

Separated at birth?

Berkeley weirdoKerry bunny suit

Thanks to Zombie, via Bill at INDC Journal for the "Weirdo" picture. Which one that is, I'll leave to you to decide.

(Apologies for the crappy photoshop job.)

Update: Welcome, Instapundit visitors. My very first 'lanche, and it had to be on a cheesy photoshop job.

Late update, 1/30/2007: At Hot Air, suggestions that Kerry's photo op was a violation of campaign law. It was a great picture, though.

Posted by Russ at 04:23 PM, October 1, 2004 in Humor & Politics

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Now now, no need to go around making Kerry look even more foolish than he usually does. Its just cruel.

Posted by: Merat at October 3, 2004 09:31 PM

Nice to see that Glenn Reynolds' pathetic facade of non-partisanship is coming off.

Posted by: Bendan at October 3, 2004 09:54 PM

Well, he did say it ought to be against the rules.

Posted by: Russ at October 3, 2004 10:06 PM

Tsk, tsk... Kerry supporters are sooo sensitive. Why so upset about a photo? (Granted Kerry looks like a complete moron)

Could it possibly be that the photo hits a little too close to home?
Not exactly projecting the kind of strength we need in the war on terror.

Posted by: Crowe at October 3, 2004 10:10 PM

To be "fair" and "balanced" and entirely non-partisan, a link to Bush's debate performance, condensed:

Posted by: HannityJob at October 4, 2004 01:11 AM

I don't seem to recall Glenn Reynolds ever making any claim, special or otherwise, to objectivity, non partisanship, or the like.

Too bad I can't say that for the lamestream media, since they're obviously biased as hell for the left.

Posted by: Mr. Bowen at October 4, 2004 02:29 AM

I'm totally non-partisan on this election.

(a vote for Obama is a vote against Keyes)

No way John "2 million dead Cambodians is alright with me" Kerry is getting my vote. Every one in my family dislikes Kerry. (my First Mate generally prefers to vote Democrat)

BTW had the Ds run Lieberman they would have had a lock on my vote.

I have detested Kerry since about '80. He has never admitted that the policies he suggested in '71 were a disaster for the people of Cambodia and Vietnam.

Perhaps he didn't notice.

Posted by: M. Simon at October 4, 2004 07:25 AM

Kerry lied/People laughed.

Posted by: digitalbrownshirt at October 4, 2004 11:45 AM

M. Simon,

Sadly, had the Democrats nominated Lieberman, I'd be booking reservations for a ski vacation in Gehenna.

Posted by: Brian B at October 4, 2004 04:00 PM

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