Deconstructing Kerry, Part I

Can anyone look upon the fading figure of John Kerry without feeling a sense of pity as for a man who's lost his family and home?  His serious face, always looking a bit pained with concern, now expresses a sad displeasure for life itself.  To make matters worse, Howard Dean, the child politician -- childlike in size, bearing, countenance, temperament, mentality, and world view -- has not only stolen Kerry's media-given title of Man to Beat, he has now taken Kerry's Biblical allusion:  Job. 

Imagine the insult Kerry must feel when Dean declares,