Kerry continues to complain of the President’s incompetence, and "colossal failures of judgment.’’ But can we determine if he will be competent, if he were to become the president. Will he run the country competently? To answer this question, I propose we consider how he has run his campaign thus far. What do we see but a pile of incompetence? He can’t figure out how to articulate his position. Today, if you ask, who is John Kerry, about all you can come up with is, he is not George Bush. He has a lot on his web site, but has yet to find a way to make those positions part of the John Kerry perceived by the general public. Rather, he does stupid things like try to show he’s a regular guy by eating at a fast food restaurant, then getting caught sneaking in something from the yacht club. His decision to make his Vietnam service such a big part of his campaign can now be clearly seen as a colossal failure in judgment. Didn’t he know how it would play out, with his anti-war activities being brought front and center. He accuses Bush of saying he would do the same thing in Iraq again, even with what is known today, yet his campaign was not able to make the adjustment when those anti-war activities began to become a negative for him. What a failed strategy it has become.
Colossal incompetence from start to present.