Kerry's Latin teacher, George Tracy, has no memory of Kerry in class; HS Dropout?

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After a year at Fessenden, Kerry entered the prestigious St. Paul's School, in Concord, N.H. To step inside the school's campus is to step inside a world that seems frozen in an age of privilege. Much of the 2,000-acre campus, nestled amid white pines along the shores of Turkey Pond, features a neo-Gothic architectural style that echoes Oxford or Cambridge. Meals are served in an Elizabethan-style dining hall with flying buttresses.

Kerry's Latin teacher, George Tracy, has no memory of Kerry in class.


Does anyone think Kerry is a HS dropout who got into Yale because of his rich Daddy and ties to JFK? If so, does this matter in this year's election?
 

BaliBabyDoc

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Oh damn . . . Bush was hiding in the Guard to avoid war while Kerry was absent/unnoticed in prep school.
 
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Originally posted by: Czar
are you just searching for flames?
How is this not serious? The myriad of AWOL threads are cool, right? As soon as someone comes forward and states that they do not remember Kerry, this is somehow a "flame..troll..bait...whatever-you-call-it" thread?

If you don't like the news, why not click on another thread more to your liking?

I think this is a valid question, one that has been raised on the opposite of the fence for years...bush's daddy this...privilege that....how can no one remember him this and that...guess Moonie needs to teach you about mirrors, as you only see what you want to see...sir.
 

Czar

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serious, for all we know you are just making this up


edt.
and if you are STOP POSTING
 

Vic

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OMG!!!! Stop the presses!!! One of Kerry's HS teachers doesn't remember him 40 years later!! He MUST have dropped out even though the school's records show that he graduated!!! :Q:Q:Q:Q
 

Corn

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Galt, you crack me up, but not as much as the humorless whiners your threads seem to attract. Nice work!
 

Vic

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Originally posted by: Corn
Galt, you crack me up, but not as much as the humorless whiners your threads seem to attract. Nice work!
Why? Because it might be that the only reason I'll vote for GW is so that I don't have to listen to 4-8 more years of neocon whining, crying, and false accusations again? Like those 8 years I had to listen to when we had Clinton?
Nah, screw that! I'm a Libertarian, I hate big government, I hate both parties, I like GW's tax cuts (a lot :) ), but I'm gonna vote Democrat this November just to spit in some neocon eye! You whiny bitches deserve to lose.
 
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Originally posted by: Corn
Galt, you crack me up, but not as much as the humorless whiners your threads seem to attract. Nice work!
Now I see why some of my threads are called "troll-bait." ...seems like all these "trolls" come out in every one of my threads.

But Vic had the nicest spin; this was 40-years ago, so someone not remembering him in understandable...Bush was AWOL only 30-years ago, so as a ton of threads have stated, someone clearly would have remembered him if we has there.

 

bozack

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He left Fessenden to go to St. Pauls?? nice....personally that is reason enough for me not to vote for him now :)..why he didn't attend Milton, Thayer, Phillips, or any of the other fine schools in his own state is beyond me... I just wonder if they are really going to try and portray him as the "working" man, or a man of the people ...that would be a laugh.
 

Corn

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I'm a Libertarian....
But you would vote Democrat? LOL, another one of those "Bush isn't conservative enough so I'm gonna vote for someone more liberal than him" morons.......

Somehow I think that Bush loses nothing by you voting for a Democrat: You can only lose what you once had.
 

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Originally posted by: xxxxxJohnGaltxxxxx
After a year at Fessenden, Kerry entered the prestigious St. Paul's School, in Concord, N.H. To step inside the school's campus is to step inside a world that seems frozen in an age of privilege. Much of the 2,000-acre campus, nestled amid white pines along the shores of Turkey Pond, features a neo-Gothic architectural style that echoes Oxford or Cambridge. Meals are served in an Elizabethan-style dining hall with flying buttresses.

Kerry's Latin teacher, George Tracy, has no memory of Kerry in class.


Does anyone think Kerry is a HS dropout who got into Yale because of his rich Daddy and ties to JFK? If so, does this matter in this year's election?
 

Bitek

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Breaking news!!!

"George Bush invades, rapes the horses and rides off on the women!!!" Linkage!

Pics to soon follow!!!
 

CADsortaGUY

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www.ShawCAD.com
Originally posted by: Hafen
Breaking news!!!

"George Bush invades, rapes the horses and rides off on the women!!!" Linkage!

Pics to soon follow!!!
Oh teh noes!!!! Now I'll have to vote for dea..scratch that - kerr...scratch that - who? Eh?

As an aside - I find that site highly entertaining.

CkG
 

Vic

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Originally posted by: Corn
I'm a Libertarian....
But you would vote Democrat? LOL, another one of those "Bush isn't conservative enough so I'm gonna vote for someone more liberal than him" morons.......

Somehow I think that Bush loses nothing by you voting for a Democrat: You can only lose what you once had.
Thanks for the insult


It's not that GW isn't conservative "enough", it's that he isn't conservative AT ALL. Clinton was more of a conservative than GW is.
And I believe that splitting the parties, with a Dem in the White House and a Pub-controlled Congress, like we had before, is the best bet at this point.

And you're right, it doesn't matter who I vote for President, or if I vote at all. I live in Oregon. It's already a foregone conclusion that the Democratic candidate will carry the state -- no question of that.
 

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Galt, I find your argument completely moot. Did Kerry's latin teacher see him all 8 hours a school day? Is this school an Latin-24/7 school?

Hell, lets twist your POV again, as I just love to do: Lets say that I drive a car and that car needs a fix from time to time. If the certified Nissan dealers/shops a couple blocks from my home don't remember seeing me nor my car, does that mean my car never existed?

My point is that there are several teachers Kerry has had to face in his time in high school. And least 20 people who would see him day in and day out. Wouldn't it be fair to seek the testimony of those other 19+?
 

Czar

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tallest, galt is just trolling

funny since thats frowned upon by a certain group here
 

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