Wednesday, November 07, 2007

2005 Predictions on Senator Kerry Have Both Come to Pass

After losing to Bush in '04, Senator Kerry had possibly been advised by the DNC that it would not support his nomination in the 2008 race. How do we know this? His wife, Teresa, dropped Kerry from her former Heinz-Kerry name. Obviously, the senator would not be eager to confide private news with voters. Rather than admit to being passed over for the good of the party, Kerry in 2006 botched a joke about U.S. troops, perhaps in a face-saving excuse for not running. Kerry said: "Education, if you make the most of it, you study hard, you do your homework and you make an effort to be smart, you can do well. And if you don't, you get stuck in Iraq."

Two years back, in November of 2005, Vigilis had predicted here:

Prediction #1: John Kerry will not run in the 2008 race to become president.

Accurate: As of January 24, 2007, Kerry decides against 2008 presidential run.

Prediction #2: He will see a new challenger for his senate seat, also.

Accurate: As on October 19, 2007, when Democrat Edward J. O’Reilly, a criminal defense attorney and third generation firefighter, opened his western Massachusetts campaign office at 178A North Pleasant Street in downtown Amherst.

So how will 63-year-old Kerry attempt to save face in light of being challenged for his seat? It is too late to make a prediction, the transparent senator has already spoken: November 06, 2007 - John Kerry: "I'm Now Prepared to Fight Off Swift Boat Veterans" Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry, perhaps preparing to get back into the presidential ring one day, claims he's now armed with materials that will make war record critics from his 2004 presidential campaign go running tail between legs.



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