Sunday, September 12, 2004

Kerim Friedman finds himself agreeing with The New Republic:
any day in which Bush's National Guard service is the dominant news story is a lost day for the Kerry campaign, since it's a day Kerry can't talk about the things that can improve his chances of winning, like Bush's attrocious record in office.
He adds: "Don't let the Republicans define the agenda - even if it seems like it will look bad for Bush. It's controlling the news cycle that matters, not the specifics of stories that happened thirty years ago."
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Wonkette: With a catch phrase like "W stands for wrong," is it any wonder that the political debate of the day is about kerning?

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