Heinz Kerry attended a Massachusetts Statehouse reception Sunday night for fellow Pennsylvanians, telling them, "We need to turn back some of the creeping, un-Pennsylvanian and sometimes un-American traits that are coming into some of our politics." She criticized the tenor of modern political campaigns without being specific.
Minutes later, the Tribune-Review's Colin McNickle questioned Heinz Kerry on what she meant by the term "un-American," according to a tape of the encounter recorded by Pittsburgh television station WTAE.
Heinz Kerry said "I didn't say that" several times to McNickle. She then turned to confer with Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell and others. When she faced McNickle again a short time later, he continued to question her, and she replied: "You said something I didn't say. Now shove it."
I printed just the facts... if you read the rest of the story you can read an enormous amount of spin... "good for you, you go girl" ?!? Give me a break... She got caught saying something she believed but did not want to come back and bite her in the end, so she tried a technique mastered by her husband... lie and waffle a bit, but no-one waffles
like the Waffle Master
, John Kerry, so THK resorted to telling a journalist to "shove it". How lady like! Would you want her as your first lady? I say, enequivically, "No!"