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Sunday, April 08, 2007

Easiest fast-forwarding decisions of the day

Stephanopoulos voice-over lead-in on this morning's ABC News This Week:

In January, 2004 Democratic nominee Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., and his wife Teresa decided against another White House run. Instead, the Kerrys are campaigning for the cause that first brought them together: the environment. Their new book, This Moment on Earth, highlights ordinary people —

BzzzzZZZZZT! About half-through my thumb slipped, so I hear Teresa say:

I think my biggest problem is going to try to curb the amount of flying I do [sic] and so I've tried to plan and do about a third of the flying I was doing.

Yeah, right. Gonna cut it back to one-third as many trips in your Gulfstream V (the aptly named "Flying Squirrel") are you, ma'am? How admirable! Such a sacrifice!

BzzzzZZZZZT! Now where are the "Sunday Funnies"?

Posted by Beldar at 03:17 PM in Humor, Politics (2007) | Permalink

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(1) DWPittelli made the following comment | Apr 11, 2007 7:23:52 AM | Permalink

Her husband used to be running for President (in 2003-4 of course, but also in 2006). No doubt, she will now fly 1/3 as much as she did when her husband was a political contender. Big sacrifice, that.

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