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Thursday, August 05, 2004

There's something familiar about the recent batch of Kerry talking points.

First, there was the 'Saudi royal family' line in his acceptance speech.

Now, we get this. The great thing about it, of course, is that it's essentially undeflectable. Take a gander at the first attempt by BC'04 spokesman Steve Schmidt:

The indecision John Kerry has shown on the war on terror is reflected in his incoherent explanations on his vote against funding for the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan and his inability to take a stand on whether or not he thinks the removal of Saddam Hussein was the right decision.


Honestly now Steve, is 'indecision' really the word you want going through people's heads when they think about Bush's Seven Minute Gap?

If Kerry's next pledge is that, as president, he won't be on vacation all the damn time, I think we'll have a good idea what the senator's favorite movie of 2004 was...

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