I can understand Kerry trying to bamboozle the electorate. After all, he was only taking a page out of Bill Clinton's playbook. And Clinton was able to fool enough voters - twice - to hide his immorality, mask his imbecility, and gain immortality. But Kaine and his advisors should have read the Kerry playbook and learned from it, as well as the results obtained, and not tried to do the impossible.
But Kaine has a lot to learn. The hard way.
Kaine and Kilgore clash over NRAWhat on earth is he thinking? That we wouldn't notice all the things he's said and the actions he's taken with regard to our 2nd Amendment protections and his far-left support for gun control?
By Samson Habte, Washington Examiner Staff Writer
Lt. Gov. Tim Kaine, the Democratic nominee for governor, recently aired advertisements accusing Republican nominee Jerry W. Kilgore of distorting his record on gun rights. The 60-second spots also touted Kaine's role in Project Exile, a successful crime-reduction program supported by NRA spokesman Charlton Heston and undertaken in Richmond while Kaine served on the City Council there.
But the NRA on Thursday released a letter calling Kaine's commercial "a brazen attempt to mislead Virginia voters." The letter said the advertisement was dishonest in suggesting that Kaine worked with Heston on Project Exile.
"To my knowledge, Mr. Heston has never met [Kaine]," Bill Powers, a spokesman for Heston, said in a statement. (link)
Perhaps there is only one explanation. I refer you to the Mark Twain quote below.