WASHINGTON Oct 15, 2006 (AP)— Sen. John Kerry says he deserves a second chance if he decides to take another crack at becoming president.
The Massachusetts Democrat, who lost to President Bush in 2004, said it is a basic principle that "Americans give people a second chance. And if you learn something and prove you've learned something, maybe even more so. Now, I don't know what I'm going to do yet. We'll make that decision down the road."
Ronald Reagan twice unsuccessfully sought the GOP nomination for president before he got it and won two elections for the White House.
"John McCain, their leading candidate didn't he get kicked around South Carolina by the same president because he wasn't patriotic enough as a prisoner of war? He's now their leading candidate for president," Kerry said of the Republican Party. "Richard Nixon seemed to get kicked around pretty badly both running for president and governor, turned around and came back and got elected president.
Yeah, let the idiot run again just so we can get a good show by watching Teresa Heinz humiliate herself again. Plus with the Left having gotten control of Kerry to the point where even he's serving up his own brand of Bush-hate, it'd be great to see Kerry fall flat on his face just like he did in 2004 after he thought he had the presidency in the bag.