Every so often E*D likes to take a look at what types of waffles
are being served up in the news. Here is s sampling:
VanDogh Creations is producing all-natural peanut-butter-flavored dog treats shaped in the likenesses of President Bush and Democratic challenger Sen. John Kerry.
The cookies went on the market Wednesday. In the first day, Bush-Bites were outselling Kerry-Waffles by more than two to one. Full Story
Birmingham talk show hosts Burt and Kurt served up breakfast D.C. style. Broadcasting live from The Heritage Foundation, the pair announced the debut of their latest project, Kerry Waffles.
Inspired by the listeners of their highly acclaimed conservative talk show, Kerry Waffles was a four month project the two created to counteract “Hollywood liberals” in a humorous and playful manner. The CD is a compilation of skits and songs that spoof well-known tunes and television shows. Full Story
...the John Kerry Squeeze Doll depicts him wearing flip-flop sandals while holding a stack of waffles and with a bottle of ketchup in his back pocket. Full Story
Bush supporter Mark Alpers said he wanted to remind participants that Kerry has shortcomings, including a reputation for changing his views on policy issues. He carried a hand-made poster that read, "Whats for Breakfast Kerry? Waffles???" Full Story
About 40 local Republicans held a hastily formed "John Kerry Waffles" breakfast at their headquarters in Medford Wednesday, poking fun at the Democratic presidential candidate who will hold a rally at the Expo Center today. Full Story
The Democrats attracted a share of detractors, like the handful of high school students who waited for Kerry to arrive at a hotel in Eugene, Ore. They wore ``Go Bush'' shirts and waved waffles to display their belief that Kerry wavers in his convictions. Full Story
Waffles are for breakfast, not the presidency. I'm voting for Bush.
The Bush campaign characterizes Kerry's brooding methodical style as responsible for his flip-flops, split-hairs, straddles, waffles and doublespeak. He's squarely in the tradition of Hamlet, a man who can't make up his mind.
No one wants a hesitant leader who can't stand strong when the going gets tough and it's time for the tough to get going. No matter how many convoluted explanations John Kerry offers to defend why he voted for the war in Iraq and then voted against funding the troops, it sounds more like nonsense than nuance. When he felt the heat from Howard Dean in the primaries, he wilted. Full Story
. Well, I'm full - hope you enjoyed them too.