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Hey Teresa, Laura Bush Never Worked, Huh?
To quote Teresa Heinz Kerry: "Well, you know, I don't know Laura Bush. But she seems to be calm, and she has a sparkle in her eye, which is good. But I don't know that she's ever had a real job ó I mean, since she's been grown up. So her experience and her validation comes from important things, but different things."
First of all. Mrs. Bush, horribly and inexcusably derided as a "robot" by Bill Maher, has indeed held jobs as a librarian and a teacher. That is right, she was a teacher, among the most honorable of professions. Later on, she held the most honorable profession to which anyone could aspire: mother. She turned George W. Bush from an admitted wild playboy into a truly honorable man, who is presently bringing honor to the high office he holds.
As Rush noted on his show today (no I don't work for Rush but I recognize genius when I hear it), Teresa is a native of Mozambique who married a Republican senator, John Heinz, who then unfortunately died in a plane accident. Since then, she has taken his money and spent it on far-left-wing causes. She, by her comments, shows herself to be quite the snob and elitist, that is, when she is not swearing Richard Pryor under the table. It's not a "real job" to be a mother, huh? Tell that to my wife, who has done an outstanding job with our kids, both of whom are wonderful humans, primarily because of her. Tell that to my wife, who maintains our house in pristine and beautiful condition, pays the bills, co-ordinates numerous activities for both our kids and us, and still executes the estate of her mom with aplomb.
Heinz-Kerry backpedaled on October 20 and tried to retract her statement, but "...for of the abundance of the heart [the] mouth speaketh." (Jesus Christ, Luke 6:45). She showed her condescending elitist snobbery in full bloom. Do you want this trash-talking snob to infect the same White House that has hosted real First ladies such as Dolly Madison and both Mrs. Bushes?
"Let them eat ketchup, dahhhhling!" And welcome to the Conservativity Hall of Shame.