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Mrs. Kerry (or scary Kerry)

Discussion in 'Legal' started by Bob F., Jul 14, 2004.

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  1. Bob F.

    Bob F. Member

    Sep 30, 2003
    Princeton, WV or thereabouts
    Dunno if this has been posted, but couldn't let it slide. Can't vouch for accuracy but I don't doubt it. Somebody check it out!

    -------Original Message-------

    From: LLilly4201@aol.com
    Date: 07/14/04 05:27:16
    To: carolynhair@msn.com; Jagsvt@aol.com; jmilligan6@cox.net; Zumjr@aol.com; billandmona@yahoo.com; haroldvschrader@charter.net; Ginginpap@aol.com; Mcgow32@aol.com; Lgilbrt512@aol.com; LW1014@aol.com
    Subject: WORTH READING!

    Something worth reading!!

    Gee, if we thought Hillary was scary in her early years, what is Ms. Kerry
    sound like when you read this!

    Following is a brief background on Mrs. John Kerry . She hates being called
    that, by the way:
    Maria Teresa Thiersten Simoes-Ferreira Heinz Kerry. Married Senator Kerry in
    1995. She only took his name eighteen months ago and she is an "interesting"
    paradox of conflicts.

    If you thought John Kerry was scary, he doesn't hold a candle to his wife!
    Maria Teresa Thiersten Simoes-Ferreira Heinz Kerry was born in Mozambique, the
    daughter of a Portuguese physician, was educated in Switzerland and South
    Africa. Fluent in five languages, she was working as a United Nations interpreter
    in Geneva in the mid-60's when she met a "handsome" young American, H. John
    Heinz, III, who worked at a bank in Geneva. He told her his family was "in the
    food business."

    They were married in 1966 and returned to Pittsburgh where his family ran the
    giant H. J. Heinz food company. He was elected to the US House of
    Representatives in 1971, and in 1976 he was elected to the first of three terms in the
    United States Senate. A Republican, he wrote a burning diatribe against some of
    the causes backed by young House member John Kerry.)

    Several years later, in 1991, he was killed when his plane collided with a
    Sun Oil Company helicopter over a Philadelphia suburb. The senator, his pilot
    and copilot, and both of Sun's helicopter pilots were killed. He was survived by
    his wife, Teresa, and their three young sons.

    Four years later, having inherited Heinz's $500 million fortune, she married
    Senator John Forbes Kerry, the liberal then-junior senator from Massachusetts.
    She became a registered Democrat and the process of her radicalization was
    set in motion.

    Heinz Kerry is not shy about telling people that she required Kerry to sign a
    prenuptial agreement before they were married. John Kerry may not have check
    writing privileges on the Heinz catsup and pickle fortune, but he is certainly
    a willing and uncomplaining beneficiary of it.

    A lot of hard-earned money, made through many years of hawking catsup,
    mustard, and pickles has fallen into the hands of two people who despise successful
    entrepreneurship and who believe in the confiscatory redistribution of wealth.

    So how does Mrs. Heinz Kerry spend John Heinz's money?

    Just one example:
    According to the G2 Bulletin, an online intelligence newsletter of
    WorldNetDaily, in the years between 1995-2001 she gave more than $4 million to an
    organization called the Tides Foundation. And what does the Tides Foundation do with
    John Heinz's money?

    They support numerous antiwar groups, including Ramsey Clark's International
    Action Center. Clark has offered to defend Saddam Hussein when he's tried.

    They support the Democratic Justice Fund, a joint venture of the Tides
    Foundation and billionaire hate-monger George Soros. The Democratic Justice Fund
    seeks to ease restrictions on Muslim immigration from "terrorist" states.

    They support the Council for American-Islamic Relations, whose leaders are
    known to have close ties to the terrorist group, Hamas.

    They support the National Lawyers Guild, organized as a communist front
    during the Cold War era. One of their attorneys, Lynne Stewart, has been arrested
    for helping a client, Sheikh Omar Abdel Rahman, communicate with terror cells
    in Egypt. He is the convicted mastermind of the 1993 World Trade Center

    They support the "Barrio Warriors," a radical Hispanic group whose primary
    goal is to return all of Arizona, California, New Mexico, and Texas to Mexico.

    These are but a few of the radical groups that benefit, through the anonymity
    provided by the Tides Foundation, from the generosity of our would-be first
    lady, the wealthy widow of Republican senator John Heinz, and now the wife of
    the Democratic senator who aspires to be the 44th President of the United

    Aiding and supporting our enemies is not good for America, regardless of your
    political views.

    If voters will open their eyes, educate themselves and see the real Teresa
    Heinz Kerry, they will not appreciate her position as ultra rich fairy godmother
    of the radical left. They will not want to imagine her laying her head on a
    pillow each night inches away from the President of the United States.

    Hopefully they love this country enough to decide that the only way these two
    will ever be allowed into the White House is with an engraved invitation in

    Instead of deleting this, pass it on. Let everyone know these people are
    unfit to represent this great nation. The uninformed will never hear the truth
    from the press, who wants Kerry elected!

    Those who buy the Kerry facade, beware what you vote for - - - you may regret
    that you got it!
    God Bless

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  2. ksnecktieman

    ksnecktieman Member

    Nov 4, 2003
    Junction City, Kansas
  3. Preacherman

    Preacherman Member

    Dec 20, 2002
    Louisiana, USA
    If it's false, does this thread amount to a Ms-Kerry-age of justice?

    :neener: :p :D
  4. RangerHAAF

    RangerHAAF Member

    Jul 24, 2003
    Decatur, Georgia
    a potentially unique first lady

    One thing that is irrefutable about Mrs. Kerry is that she will be the first true "African-American" first lady in the US if her husband wins in November.
  5. GunGeek

    GunGeek Member

    Dec 27, 2002
    Central Florida
    Can we just offer them California and call it even? It would be a win/win situation for both countries..... course Cali dosen't have any weapons to defend themselves with so we don't have to worry about them.
  6. TheEgg

    TheEgg Member

    Dec 30, 2002
    I have no idea how much of this is true if any. However, looking at Snopes.com, I see the rebuttal to it is written solely by:

    This is not what I would call an impartial source. So in this case, the Snoops website adds nothing to my ability to evaluate the article.
  7. Harry Tuttle

    Harry Tuttle Member

    Nov 14, 2003
    i saw her on TV this weekend.

    They had better keep her away from the limelite.
    She comes across like an upper crust european dandy.
  8. Master Blaster

    Master Blaster Member

    Dec 26, 2002
    Delaware home of tax free shopping
    According to Heinz Endowments President Maxwell King:

    In recent weeks, The Heinz Endowments has been accused of using its funding of the Tides Center of Western Pennsylvania to advance a laundry list of partisan causes and fringe political groups. This accusation is simply wrong.

    It originated in an opinion column written by a researcher for the conservative, Washington, D.C.-based Capital Research Center. The crux of CRC’s argument is that money directed by the Endowments to Tides is "fungible." By supporting projects through Tides, CRC alleged that Heinz has secretly funneled money to every other organization that has ever received funding through Tides Center and the separate Tides Foundation.

    Since first being published in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, CRC’s accusation has been picked up and expanded in opinion pieces in a number of newspapers, including the Wall Street Journal, the New York Post and the Washington Times. But not even these publications have leveled this allegation in actual news stories.

    The reason why is obvious: The charge does not stand up to objective scrutiny. Four facts undercut it completely. First, by legally binding contract, every penny of Heinz’s support to Tides has been explicitly directed to specific projects in Pennsylvania. It cannot legally be redirected and is the exact opposite of fungible.

    Second, the Tides Center is a provider of management and administrative services, and we have used it only for those services, not to advance Tides’ grantmaking agenda. Foundations from all across the country-many, like Heinz, with strong centrist agendas-use these services to incubate an array of nonprofit programs. So does the federal government.

    It is no more accurate to suggest that Heinz supports every one of these programs than it is to suggest that someone who contributes to a specific group through the United Way supports the agenda of every other United Way beneficiary.

    Third, the projects we have supported through Tides speak for themselves. They include programs to test the career readiness of area high school students, protect Pittsburgh’s environment and retain young people in our region-hardly an extremist agenda.

    Fourth and finally, information about every one of our Tides-related grants is and always has been readily available in our public filings, annual reports and here on our web site. Far from being secretive, we have been consistently open in detailing the nature of our grants to Tides and every other organization we fund.
    Last updated: 11 July 2004

    The URL for this page is http://www.snopes.com/politics/kerry/tides.asp

    If one reads the rebbuttal, especially the part about how supporting the united way does not mean you support all of their causes because you can direct how your contributions are spent, and if one Knows How the United Way allocates funds and uses directed giving funds, Then this statement is an admission that the observation about Mrs. Kerry is CORRECT.

    Here is Why:

    If I tell the UW to give my $50 to the League of Women Voters and the LWV already is getting the amount they requested from the UW then the remmainder of the designated funds are given to all of the UW's causes.
    My $50 goes to all of the other causes whether I like it or not.

  9. Ktulu

    Ktulu Member

    Nov 6, 2003
    That email might not be right but I'll tell you right now Mrs. John Kerry is Paris Hilton all growed up.
  10. R.H. Lee

    R.H. Lee Member

    Jan 26, 2004
    That's quite a statement, coming from Flori-duh, the home of electile dysfunction. As far as "not having any weapons......" you might be verrrry surprised.:what:
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