Visually, John Kerry is depicted as a monster, a giant weiner, a mathematician, a rich snob, a Vietnam soldier in a patrol boat, a Purple Heart recipient (three times), an indecisive Senate waffler, a leather-clad S&M masochist, a baby, a dove-releasing hippie, and a Botox patient getting jabbed in the face.
Visually, Bush is depicted as a cowboy (twice), a sword-bearing 16th century crusader, a cap-wearing dunce, befuddled at a podium, brainless (literally receiving one from Kerry), misspelling “Mass-uh-chew-sitts”, and incorrectly adding 9+3 = 14, decked out in combat gear, riding a tank and riding a nuclear missile in an homage to Slim Pickens in “Dr. Strangelove.”
Bush is shown dancing with Dick Cheney and his dad.
Kerry is shown dancing with VP nominee John Edwards and John McCain, who screams “Yeee-ahhh!”. (What’s up with all the Johns?)
Bush gets in the first and last word.
So it’s skewed to the right, but not outrageously so. Bush definitely gets the better sight gags in at Kerry’s expense, but Kerry’s responses are pretty good.