It was a couple years back that Canada's Lowest Common Denominatrix was just wetting herself over John Kerry's totally idiotic "nuance":
"I voted for the 87 Billion before I voted against it" is about to be officially retired. John Kerry has handed the Bush campaign something better. His "nuance" has morphed into "nuisance".
From New York Times magazine:
"We have to get back to the place we were, where terrorists are not the focus of our lives, but they're a nuisance,"
And if the choice of the word "nuisance" wasn't bad enough -
"As a former law-enforcement person, I know we're never going to end prostitution. We're never going to end illegal gambling. But we're going to reduce it, organized crime, to a level where it isn't on the rise. It isn't threatening people's lives every day, and fundamentally, it's something that you continue to fight, but it's not threatening the fabric of your life."
Yeah, that John Kerry ... I mean, how freakin' retarded do you have to be to suggest that you can measure success just by bringing the violence down to an acceptable level that represents nothing more than a "nuisance?" Oh ... apparently, this retarded (emphasis added for commenters like "jvzjhnn" who need things spelled out for them with large-font alphabet blocks):
In remarks made Wednesday to the Associated General Contractors of America, President Bush defined his view of the success in Iraq that he hopes to accomplish.
"Either we'll succeed, or we won't succeed," he said. "And the definition of success as I described is sectarian violence down. Success is not no violence."
While saying "succeed," Bush appears to chuckle.
The president then compared Iraq to the United States, saying that there were parts of the US with "a certain level of violence," but that "people feel comfortable about living their daily lives" in those areas. That level of violence, said Bush, is what the US is aiming to achieve in Iraq.
In other news, I can safely predict that Kate has posted something recently that we'll all be able to look back on and ridicule in a year or two. She hasn't let us down yet, has she?