Tuesday, September 07, 2004

Kerry Campaign Makes Fun Of Southerner's

From One Fine Jay, via Instapundit. In a response to the speeches at the RNC, the Kerry Campaign released 143 “Lies, Mischaracterizations, Distortions, And Half-Truths”. (The Kerry Campaign removed the link when it was pointed out that the release read like a long reasons to vote for President Bush, and contained no rebuttals, but thanks to the power of the internet you can view a copy of the list at Little Green Footballs.)

In this list of "lies" the Kerry Campaign lists No. 106 as:

106. Miller: “…Against the Trident missile, against, against, against. This is the man who wants to be the Commander in Chief of our U.S. Armed Forces? U.S. forces armed with what? Speeutbawlls?”[Miller Remarks, 9/1/04]

Yes that is right. The Kerry Campaign, keeping with their theme of third grade attacks actually spelled the word spitballs incorrectly, just to make fun of a Southern accent. This should not be a surprize considering Kerry himself has taken to using George Bush's name to attack him, saying that the W in George W Bush stands for wrong. Very clever. The last time George Bush probably heard that type of attack was in grammar school.

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