JF Kerry crosses two police picket lines
Anything to get elected. With a police strike in Boston last June, JF Kerry refused to cross the picket line to address the U.S. Conference of Mayors meeting, with his hometown mayor as host. JF at the time said: "I don’t cross picket lines. I never have." A mouthpiece, spokesperson David Wade, later reinforced: "He never crosses picket lines" Monday night, though, Kerry crossed two such lines to a rally in Orlando. So Kerry does cross picket lines.
That same David Wade offered an excuse: "'It was a surprise demonstration by an organization that supports President Bush." According to the police union, they were demonstrating against Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer. But JF has created a Kerry-centric universe in which he and his people cavort increasingly oafishly.